Small Cottage The Burrow A 1,000 square feet cottage in Northeast Harbor, Maine. cottagemaine by Steven Previous Post Next Post
Ok, I just got some major Spring fever after looking at these pics! 🙂 This is a very nice, welcoming home. Thanks for sharing!
Yep, pretty adorable.
can you tell me if this place is forsale
Apparently, it is! http://www.trulia.com/property/3125488422-5-Stanley-Ln-Northeast-Harbor-ME-04662
DBT6060: quick search revealed this is or was for sale. Here’s a link to the listing: http://www.sothebysrealty.com/eng/sales/detail/180-l-475-tb4fds/the-burrow-northeast-harbor-me-04662
The interior and exterior are two different houses unless they swapped the hinges on the front door and added the window in the stairwell after the exteriors were shot.
My mistake above, I had the front and back confused. Cool house.
i want to buy this house!
how do I get info on builder of this house? borrow,in maine
Beautiful, spacious, well designed small home! Love this one.
What is the window at the very top? Looks like an attic?
LOVE this house! I want one just like it. And please, somebody tell me where you got that sofa – it’s exactly what I’m looking for. Pretty please?
Where in maine is thisS. Near coast? Am researching possible relocation sites.
Is this property for sale? ” The Burrow ” A 1,000 square feet cottage in Northeast Harbor, Maine.
COLORS….great pallet! Love that yellow.
Lovely home. Gives me spring fever.
what are prices
Is this home for sale? Price? More details………….
I love this , is there blue prints and how much to build? I would have one thing more a fireplace same chimney in Livingroom and bedroom. Where is washer and dryer? THinking of downsizing like this.
PS what type of baseboard heaters is that ? IS it eletric heat? L:iket o know more details on this house to build.
I’ll buy it, cash.
I love everything about this house, except for the color they chose for the bottom of the clawfoot tub, and the furniture size and placement on the main level?
A very lovely home! If there are design plans available, I would like to know how to obtain them. Any help would be appreciated.
Bob is right, the interior and exterior are two different homes. the door knob from the outside is on the right, which means its should be on the left from the inside. The living room windows are also different heights. The window behind the stairs is up much higher than the exterior view. There is only one large window on the front of the house from the exterior view. From the inside, there are two.
I think Bob was right the first time. Anyway I love the house except I would repaint the outside of the tub back to the original white color. Other then that and Bob it’s a nice housel
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Hi Margaret,Sorry to hear about the mum, I hope the nymphs will be able to suivvre with out her. The babies will eat the frass (poo) of their mum for the first few months along with a variety of crushed eucalyptus leaves. The frass is important as it provides enzymes (?) for the nymphs so they can digest eucalyptus. I would try and keep the nymphs in the same enclosure with the same substrate so the nymphs will have access to the frass. If the substrate is still the same, then it should have a burrow with a nest for the young to stay in. For food, grind up a variety of eucalyptus leaves and then add the frass (poo) from the mum. Provide some chopped apple, carrot or sweet potato that is removed as soon as it starts getting old.For shelter, just let them hide amongst whole eucalyptus leaves. Under the eucalyptus leaves you can add some damp coco-peat (coar-peat $2 at bunnings fertilizer free) for them to burrow into.Feel free to ask if you have any more questions.Good Luck!