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Thimble Hall, in Derbyshire, England, is the smallest detached house in the world. That maybe, however, in this day and age with the Tiny House Movement this may no longer be true.
Thimble Hall, in Youlgreave, Derbyshire, England, is the smallest detached house in the world. This spacious cottage measures 11 feet by twelve feet and once housed a happy family of eight in the nineteenth century. (credits : panoramio.com)
Thimble Hall, Youlgrave, Derbyshire, England - a tiny cottage that's officially the smallest house in the world. Its statistics are a mere 11 feet 10 inches by 10 feet 3 inches by 12 feet 2 inches high.
*Thimble Hall, Youlgreave, Peak District NP, Derbyshire. Recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as the UK's smallest detached house. Small house home tiny cottages cabin farm
Love grows best in little houses? Derbyshire, England, is the smallest detached house in the world. This spacious cottage measures 11 feet by twelve feet and once housed a happy family of eight in the nineteenth century. (image panoramio.com)
The Skinny House ~ red tiny home, taken in Mamaroneck, NY, USA. No more info. Pic only. If you like please follow us!
Houseboat Reflections of North America's Floating Homes... History architecture, and Lifestyles. By Ben Dennis and Betsy Case Published in 1977.
Academic Village Cottage at The Seaside Institute
The Herringbone House / Atelier Chanchan
Teeny tiny summer house with a half-hip or clipped gable roof and a very large chimney!
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♥ oh sweet little tiny house... with a cute red front door, i could live in you forever.
Campy, classic lake cottage. Love the green siding color, blends right in with the trees.
reportedly a scene of romantic liaisons
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Tiny Pink House - would be an idyllic play house or a practical potting shed. | photo from indulgy
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