50 Sqm Minimalist Farmhouse in a Shady Coconut Grove

Over the last decade, more and more people have embraced farm life. An ideal escape to the monotony of suburbia or the fast-paced metropolitan lifestyle, people are dreaming of moving to a rural farmhouse or isolated cottage, surrounded by plants and animals.

Living on a farm property usually means you don’t have to deal with pesky homeowners association rules or apartment regulations. You can paint your home or barn any color you want.
You can plant fruits and vegetables in your front yard, back yard, or even your roof! Need to make an extension to your home, you can likely build any additions on your property without outside interference. On a farm, you are truly the leader of your domain.

One of the most well-known benefits of living on a farm is the lack of city noise. The countryside may be filled with sounds of birdsong, crickets, and frogs, but you aren’t likely to constantly hear traffic, police sirens, or your upstairs neighbor’s footsteps.

Surrounded by woods or mountains, farm life means you can enjoy a tranquil environment. The lack of city lights also means a sky full of stars during the night time. Lay in the grass and enjoy the beauties of nature free of distraction.

Maintaining your farm takes time and effort, but if you have a family, you won’t have to do it alone. Create stronger family bonds by working together to plant and harvest produce. Everyone gets involved on a farm and though it’s hard work, you’ll have tons of fun as well!

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