This vacation home was built around the family's vintage whiskey still. The tiny home dubbed 'Honey on the Rock' was built by Carpenter Owl.
The whiskey still is hidden inside of a copper-topped table underneath a 4K dwarf wood stove. All the plumbing is also copper. Two-story 'double decker decks' are connected by a spiral staircase and there is a vintage soaker tub concealed under a table on the upstairs deck. Although the micro house is only 22 feet long, 8.5 feet wide and 13.5 feet high, it features a luxurious king size bed. Other fun features include all hand-cut light fixtures, a secret door connecting the loft bedroom to the outdoor tub, porthole windows and a reclaimed roof.
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