This sleek, tiny house is located between Maslin beach and Aldinga, with sweeping views over five acres of vineyards and Willunga.
The owner of Coach Light Cabin ‘Tiny House; Vineyard Retreat is Karen Czornohalan, who actually grew up on the same property the tiny house is on with her parents and grandparents.
Karen eventually moved away, and then a couple of years ago, a family tragedy struck and she returned home.
“I was living in Queensland and unfortunately my mum died and that brought me back here to look after my dad,” says Karen.
Throughout this terribly sad time for the family, Karen decided she was going to make something positive come out of this period and put a tiny house on the property.
She said the idea started out simply and continued to grow into the modern, and stylish tiny house that it is now.
This tiny house is packed with luxury fittings and fixtures with the space designed primarily for comfort and relaxation.
During your stay, you can channel your inner chef using the gourmet BBQ on the large spotted gum deck, or relax in the outdoor copper bath.
Being on the Fleurieu Peninsula means guests are in close proximity to the beach and the McLaren Vale Wine region.
The tiny house was designed by Alexander Brown Architects on a Fred’s Tiny House custom built trailer.
It is a modern, minimalist build with clean matt black colourbond cladding drawing your attention to what may be inside. With luxury fittings and fixtures from bamboo sheets and quality towels and robes you will feel pampered while you enjoy your stay.
The tiny house is on a vineyard, so pruning during the winter months and picking in summer is part of the business. Karen encourages people who want to know more about the vineyards to ask away on their stay.
The tiny house is open for bookings from the end of February.
To book, see here
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