I have fallen in love.

I have always dreamt of living in a tiny house but this garden home on Airbnb in Belfast, Maine, has stolen my heart.

Tiny Home Airbnb in Maine

The property is listed by Kate on Airbnb for $150/night but I would like to move in indefinitely. Resting on an acre of perennial flower gardens, the charming tiny home studio is only minutes from downtown Belfast while still being tucked into nature in quiet solitude.

The home is surrounded merely by trees and gardens with numerous beautiful places to sit and enjoy your colorful surroundings. A wood-fired hot tub, two private decks, multiple chairs and tables scattered around the property, and a glorious firepit are all part of the lure.

The shower is outdoors with hot water to add to the fairytale feeling of living within nature. The queen bed faces out to one of the private decks and every window in the house showcases views of the gorgeous gardens waiting outside.

I would love nothing more than to start my mornings sitting in these gardens alone with coffee and a book. You will fall in love with every corner and crevice of this property, from the vintage and charming decor inside, the white wooden walls in the bedroom and the acre of fairytale gardens will have you dreaming of this home.

You can get a real-life taste of this dream life by renting it on Airbnb but that may just be a tease. Regardless, you can sneak a peek and take a virtual tour with me here:

This Tiny Garden House in Belfast, Maine is my Fairytale Dream Home

You would be living right in the middle of a mystical garden!!

LOOK: This Kennebunkport home's garden is right out of a dream

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