Tiny House Summer Camp 4

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

A Tiny, White, Historical Cobbler House in Massachusetts


      Here's another quick photo set that goes to show that there just may be some really cool tiny houses or cabins, heck, architectural goodness and history, right in your own little town. This is actually an old historic Cobbler's Shop/Shed/Work building in Stoughton, MA- part of the Mary Baker Eddy Historical House complex- built in 1840 (originally for the Wentworth family). Mary Baker Eddy was the founder of the Christian Science Faith, and it was in this lot/home (the main home) that she wrote what many consider her first major work/book "The Science Of Man". You can visit this site and walk around for free, or even go inside by appointment.

Who woulda thunk it? Right in my own backyard....


These photos that I am continually sharing are all part of many, many, many new shoots for content in what will be an eventual follow-up to my tiny house/small shelter design book "Humble Homes, Simple Shacks"- which you can check out below....


All photos by Derek "Deek" Diedricksen

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