What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

The Wee Farmhouse


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Roost 36 by Perch & Nest

AirBNB has an amazing array of intriguing properties, but I think the mini North Carolina farmhouse known as Roost 36 may be in my top 10. With a view of Winston-Salem’s famous Hanging Rock from the adorable, wee porch, this green-built three bedroom/one bathroom house is situated on a scenic 4-acre historic farm. And to make your stay complete, the site even features “free wake up calls from Brutus, our rooster.”

Roost 36 was designed by the firm of Perch and Nest, who are responsible for all kinds of small wonders.

You can see the listing on AirBNB, and you can check out Perch and Nest’s other tiny masterpieces on their website.

Photos property of Perch and Nest.

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Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

19 thoughts on “The Wee Farmhouse

  1. Oh that’s s lovely tine house. Don’t drive me crazy now!

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  2. Hmmm! Granny pods are nice too. They are so well built and thoughtout.

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  3. In the last five years, Tiny Homes have become very popular, especially in the RV world. There are even Tiny Home villages. There are plans so you can build your own. hal

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  4. That is so charming. I could not live in a tiny house (even if I didn’t have a bunch of kids) but I love to stay in tiny houses. They are so fun and cosy.

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  5. I’m fascinated by the idea of a tiny house, and this one is especially lovely!

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  6. OMG that FRIDGE! 😍😍 I am pretty much obsessed with tiny living but the other half is pretty married to all his “valuables”

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  7. The bathtub! Adorable.

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