It’s not luxurious or inspired by a peaceful farmhouse but instead has a strong urban flavor. The kitchen in the middle is not just fully functional but a very interesting spot, showing off a mishmash of objects that give it a quirky appearance, including a wooden bar top built on an old bike frame.
The cycling theme is reflected in the tiny bedroom as well as on the outside on the wooden-covered deck. The bathroom is compact but surprisingly well-equipped. It looks totally modern yet flaunts an antique door that’s 100-year-old.
Heating and air conditioning are provided, but there’s no TV. There’s also limited phone service, and guests can get access to paid Wi-Fi. But the eccentric Riverside Hideout invites them to take a break from the world and just relax – either in the living area, with a generous sofa, board games and cards, or outside, enjoying the outdoor bathtub or the lounging area.
Up to four guests can enjoy staying at this unconventional tiny home, available for booking through Airbnb. There’s plenty to discover in the area of Dover, Ohio, but also inside this former shipping container that still tells a story.