A SPECTACULARLY modern hunting cabin style home with a bold “bedroom” has just hit the market, and it looks fabulous.
Aside from the quirky bedroom, this studio wouldn’t look bad like a cozy asshole in the American desert – with a few contemporary tweaks.
There are modern appliances scattered throughout the apartment, including a TV, fridge, washing machine and even a modestly sized wine cooler.
But these do little to detract from its rugged appearance, which is reaffirmed by hanging animal skins and a skull, not to mention the firewood lodged in the walls.
While this is a great place for stacked logs, seasoned cabin dwellers are unlikely to be won over by these “clever storage ideas.”
The chamber – accessible only by a small rectangle carved into the wall – is perhaps best described as a wood-panelled igloo.
While it’s a possible compromise for claustrophobics, it’s also a wonderfully innovative use of space in what, with 334 square feet of interior space, could have been a studio too. cramped.
And it’s equipped with two metal bars and protruding wooden blocks to help you maneuver into the cozy bedtime retreat.
Opposite this one-of-a-kind boudoir is a fireplace set into a weathered brick wall that looks like a New York loft apartment.
The dual purpose living room and kitchen enjoy a generous amount of natural light from large windows in front of the sink – a perfect setup for those who tend to get lost doing the dishes.
While the bathroom uses both wood and stone to keep the industrial look of the log cabin and for a shiny effect.
All this outdoor-style cabin lacks is, well, access to the outdoors.
But the agents have included photos of a large garden that we can only assume a buyer could make use of.
All in all, whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or a tech whiz working from home, an introverted rancher or a gregarious performer, this place seems to have something for everyone.
The apartment is on Albion Road in South Sutton, Surrey, a short distance from Sutton train station.
If you fancy taking a closer look at this unique space, you can book a tour through Your Move.