YE OLDE TINY HOUSE is unique and intriguing. This rustic but polished urban oasis offers a fully equipped home base for Pacific Northwest adventures. Constructed in 2018; however, it still feels brand-new; this 300 sq ft area lives big with skyrocketing 10 ft tall cedar ceilings and shiplap walls.

Located on half a block from Alberta Arts District, 15 minutes from the airport, and near numerous tourist attractions. Nestled in the backyard, incredibly peaceful, air-conditioned.

The decor includes a menagerie of handcrafted touches – barn door, racks, and tables from redeemed and recovered timber. The tiny house itself is tastefully decorated and has everything you could need – a comfy bed, great shower, and a cozy (but not cramped) living space.


Inside the tiny house, you will find a queen-size Casper mattress. The owner said it is outfitted with organic cotton sheets and topped with an allergy-friendly Buffy comforter, made from natural eucalyptus for temperature moderation.

Hypo-allergenic pillows and mattress all completely encased. A Roku TV enables you to log in to your entertainment provider of choice; Netflix is provided.

Living Space

Roger and Martha have done an exceptional job of decorating this home and furnishing it with lovely touches and things to make you feel at home. There was more than enough space for us as a couple.

The space has lovely decorations, and even the kitchen has all the tools needed for cooking.

This home includes a full-size kitchen with a four-burner gas stove, basic refrigerator/freezer, microwave, granite counters. Locally made tea and also coffee are given.

There is enough room to host a friend before and after your dinner plans out. Working space is also available besides the kitchen or on the comfortable sofa.


The full-size washroom includes a petrified timber sink, full-size tub with a rains LED temperature control shower head, typical fully plumbed in the toilet, and cozy towels.

The shower height location is over 7 feet tall. That’s more than enough for a tiny house!



This house looks like a normal house tucked away in the middle of the neighborhood from the outside. In fact, it’s private and quiet, and although you can see into neighboring backyards, the blinds work perfectly to ensure total privacy.

There is a fire table in the front courtyard, blankets and cushions are in a storage box outside the tiny house. It was great to enjoy on summer evenings and a lovely place to sit in the morning with all the beautiful planters surrounding.

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