This tiny house has been featured on three different TV shows because it's just that perfect

What's it really like living in a tiny house?
What's it really like living in a tiny house?

Who knew that 211 square feet could pack just as much storage space and flair as any other average sized home?

That's probably why The Shenandoah has been featured on three different network television shows, including HGTV's 'Tiny House Hunters,' FYI Network's 'Tiny House Hunting,' and CBS's 'The Doctors.'

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The pine paneling throughout gives the home a rustic feel while the large bay window enlarges the space with enough natural light to essentially light up the entire home.

Dream of tiny homes while you sleep in the loft, which can accommodate a queen-size mattress and can be accessed through a handcrafted ladder that seamlessly interweaves a set of bookshelves for more décor or storage purposes.

Take a look at this tiny little piece of heaven below:

For entertaining on colder nights, turn on the electric fireplace and turn up the built-in wall speakers.

The kitchen comes with stainless steel appliances and wooden butcher block countertops.

The house has fully installed plumbing and accessibility for HDMI and CAT6 cabling.

If you thought this tiny home was perfect, check out this 400-square-foot mini mansion:

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