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  1. Blessings to you Suzanne. I am thrilled your home has now sold and wish you many happy days in your new tiny place.

  2. Hi Dawn, wouldn’t you know it, Suzanne just sold her cottage.

  3. Good Morning, Sue.Well I have very good news. I accepted an offer on my tiny Dream Cottage two days ago. I am thrilled that the buyer is a gardener. It\’s not easy to control those things 🙂 Thank you for the exposure here on your wonderful Blog. Although the buyer came by word-of-mouth, I\’m a firm believer that putting the energy out in the world, which I did a lot of, puts that intent out there and eventually someone will connect with it. I love my new place. It is small also. 700sf. It\’s difficult to find this size and I snapped it up. I can\’t get good photos of it like my Dream Cottage so trust me, it is a real jewel.I want to tell others who are looking for a tiny home for seasonal or permanent living that there are more sweet ones available in our women\’s community here in Sequim, WA. I have posted information on the community at the Blog site above. It was one of the sales tools I developed, inspired by your blog. Thank you again for all your appreciation for my little home. Blessings, Suzanne

  4. Who is the agent and would you happen to have his number? We love and want to put in an offer!!

  5. Hi to Orlando. After this post, the owner Suzanne had a call from Ladies Home Journal and they also featured her home. I like your saying…It’s All About Curb Appeal

  6. Orlando Landscaping says:

    Sue – this landscape and garden is so different from what we see here in Florida – but its so inspiring to see how homes everywhere make the most of the garden and outdoor spaces. Thanks for the lovely post and terrific pictures.

  7. Nice, glad your getting help and I would love a getaway like this cute little house. Take care.

  8. It is well designed for a 400 square foot house. The yard is wonderful. It would make the perfect getaway for one tired momma right now. Glad we got to chat today. Not making the change quite yet. Got some great advice thanks to Facebook.

  9. Ha, good one. It doesn’t rain that much where this house is though. I am coming over to see you next post.

  10. With two kids you need more than 900 square feet of course. I hope you sell your house soon Sarah.

  11. This is so cool that you two were looking at Tumbleweed houses. Some of them have wheels so you can take em to go.

  12. We are eerily connected- Ben and I are actually looking at Tumbleweed Tiny House plans- for a get-away place. This tiny house is such inspiration. Wish I didn’t live on the other side of the country!

  13. Sarah,
    I had lizard skin in CO too and it was hard on my contact lens, but good for my hairdo! So I too appreciate the moisture here but it’s surprisingly not humid, nothing like growing up in OH or on Maui. I never could quite figure this out. Anyway, the older I get, the more my skin says,”Thank you.” Suzanne

  14. House Crazy Sarah says:

    Suzanne, I sued to live in the Pacific Northwest and I sure miss the moisture! My skin was always nice and moist. Now I am always crackling dry (in Colorado!)

  15. House Crazy Sarah says:

    So cute and sooooooo tiny! My next house will definitely be smaller than the one I have now because I am sick of cleaning such a big space. But I don’t know that I could go much under 900 square feet with 2 kids!

    This cottage is so cute and the space is used so effectively.

  16. Climate Report: No, it doesn’t rain everyday here, but the skies are often overcast. We get significantly less rain than Seattle which is 2 1/2 hrs away. I grew up in the Midwest, now that was RAIN. We get mostly drizzle here. It makes those “sun breaks” all the more glorious. It is cool weather for those that like that and it’s a lot less buggy than anyplace else I’ve lived.(Maui, Ohio, Colorado, California) You can actually veg out in the hammock for hours without a single bug visit, just birdies singing. Very close to paradise for me.

  17. I showed my husband the cute house for so little money and his comment was, “and it rains every day there.” It is so lush and green for a reason.

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