Sitting on the shores of Fritton Lake in Norfolk, this cosy woodland hideaway by KOTO brings a slice of Scandinavian design to East Anglia.
The Norfolk cabin is listed for sale via The Modern House for £370,000 under a 37-year licence in line with the Mobile Homes Act. It is marketed as a ‘lock up and leave’ weekend getaway that can be occupied for 11 months of the year, and is ‘subletable during vacant times.’
KOTO was founded by Theo Dales, Jonathon and Zoe Little, and the studio specialises in modular Scandinavian-inspired cabins and tiny homes that pack high design credentials into their compact footplates. This two-bedroom cabin features a floor-to-ceiling glass facade to capture views of the lake and surrounding woodlands, a cosy log burner, and an energy-efficient design built entirely from sustainably sourced timbers.
Minimalist interiors have blonde wood floors, white walls and neutral, gentle shades for upholstery. Furniture pieces and light fittings by HAY, Menu, Bolia, Superfront and Ferm Living are all included in the sale price, while the kitchen is designed bespoke by Made by Husk, with Neolith countertops and Fenix cupboards.
Thanks to its charred larch exteriors, the cabin disappears into Fritton Lake’s private 250-acre woodland site, which straddles the borders of Norfolk and Suffolk, close to Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth. The complex is open to cabin owners, private members and holiday guests only and boasts freshwater lake swimming, an outdoor pool, tennis courts, fitness classes and a restaurant.