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    Tiny Beach House on Rails! _ Sitting on the beach of New Zealand’s Coromandel Peninsula, this tiny house can be towed anywhere on the site it rests or even onto a barge to be floated away if necessary. The huge front window is opened & closed using a simple winch system that provides an awning to help block the summer sun. Step inside and you’ll find comfortable accommodation for a family of 5 with a kitchen/dining/living area, a bathroom & two sleeping zones.

  • Curbed

    This portable beach hut built on sleds in #NewZealand houses a family of 5.

  • Emily Keating Snyder

    Whangapoua / Crosson Clarke Carnachan #dreamhouse #cabin #beachhouse #tinyhouse

  • John Berd

    new zealand beach house by crosson clarke carnachan

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