The Collingwood Shepherd Hut Offers Comfy Permit-Free Overflow Accommodation

By: Amelia Roblin - Mar 6, 2015
References: gute
The idea of adding an extra room to your home might sound like a tremendous task, so it's worthwhile considering an appealing alternative, such as this charming backyard bunkie. Made by the talented Gute builders and designers from Ontario, Canada, this lovely little guest house can be placed anywhere on your property, and it shouldn't even require a permit.

Supported by an antique-style undercarriage, the mobile abode has a cozy cottagey look about it with solid lumber siding and red cedar shingles. The rounded frame of the camper cabin encloses a lovely interior that's clad completely in soft pale wood with natural pine strips and built-in plywood furnishings. Inside the Collingwood backyard bunkie, you'd feel warm and at home. It makes the perfect supplementary sleeping quarters for vacation homes, country properties and even large urban lots.

Along with the Classic hut, this supplementary domicile will debut at the National Home Show in Toronto from the 13th to the 22nd of March, 2015.