You can stay in a unique Florida houseboat that was built on HGTV’s “Tiny House Hunters”

There is a singular barge in historic downtown Sanford, Florida, a short distance north of Orlando, and it was built on HGTV Tiny house hunters.

It floats in the marina at Monroe Harbor and the boat is shaped like a little house!

This unique travel experience is spacious, at just over 500 square feet. There is a full bathroom, a bedroom and a living room.

There’s even a functional kitchen that includes a microwave, stove, microwave, sink and wine cooler.

The lounge area inside the barge.Airbnb

On this fun vacation stay, you can use wifi, feel safe with security cameras, and cool off in an air-conditioned space. The builders really made good use of a “small” space, as it is two stories high.

The second floor is where the sleeping quarters are and, as the owner says, “additional lounging space”.

The room in the barge.The room in the barge.Airbnb

This Airbnb can accommodate two people and it is a one bedroom rental.

The luxury houseboat has a flat screen TV on the first floor and a mini on the second floor. There is also plenty of storage space should you wish to unpack your clothes during your stay.

The beauty of a houseboat is that you can enjoy your time on the water. The house therefore includes a serene porch to admire the view of the marina. There are some amazing sunsets to watch in this area, and you can see it right from the entrance.

The porch of the houseboat.The porch of the houseboat.Airbnb

Downtown Sanford is home to award-winning establishments, from gastropubs to restaurants, and there are even shops nearby.

It’s a unique getaway for a rather different experience on your next Florida vacation. Plus, few people can say they’ve stayed in a home built on HGTV!

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