This tiny home features a bump-out on the front that can be used as a sitting area or a sleeping area. It is large enough to fit a Queen size bed. There are 2 versions of this home: this design measuring 404 square feet, and a 2nd studio version totaling 310 square feet (see plan 915-7).
The plans come with an option for a full loft over the great room, kitchen and bathroom, or a 1/2 loft with a cathedral ceiling over the great room.
The kitchen maximizes space and includes a dishwasher, full size range with oven, and built in microwave. The tank-less on demand water heater ensures that you never run out of hot water, and tucks away completely out of view. A small fireplace is tucked nicely in the corner of the great room. A washer/dryer combo in the kitchen makes this home complete.
We do not count the loft as square footage in this house because at its peak, it is 6'8" tall, and therefore it does not officially qualify as a habitable room. Subsequently, the loft adds over 100 feet of usable space and it is accessed by a drop down stair ladder.
This house is not designed to be portable, but comes with a poured concrete perimeter foundation. However, it is possible to put this house on a slab foundation or even over a basement
When you purchase these plans, you'll receive 2 sets, each with 13 total pages:
A complete set of plans with a cathedral ceiling over the main room
A complete set of plans with a full loft over the main room
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Floor Plan - Main Floor Plan
Floor Plan - Upper Floor Plan
Upper Ceiling Ft
Exterior Wall Framing
Exterior Wall Finish
Clap Board or Metal Siding
Main Floor Bedrooms
Additional Room Features
Play Flex Room
Suited For Narrow Lot
Covered Front Porch
Economical To Build
Suited For Vacation Home
Energy Efficient Features
Energy Efficient Design
Almost perfect but not quite right? We offer in-house plan modification services to help you personalize any of our home plans to fit your lifestyle. Popular modifications include enlarging the kitchen, raising ceiling heights, expanding the master bath, increasing the number of windows, widening the porch, or adding a deck.