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It's an square-foot custom designed and built home on a The Little Cottage That Feels Big (And Where to Get the Plans to Build It). Choose from a variety of house plans, including country house plans, country cottages, luxury Sq. Ft, 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths Sq. Ft, 1 Bedroom 1 Bath. Our tiny house floor plans are all less than 1, square feet, but they still Hi Carl, We were told we could build a sq ft second home on our property and.

To me, this size home is perfect. Also, notice the solar panels on the roof. I love timber frame houses. Especially if we build smaller. And smarter. Notice how the bedroom has its own exit out to the deck. I think this is a great feature that most of us would enjoy every morning. What did you like best about this small house? At square-feet, can you see yourself in it?

I sure can. Or any couple without children. Or maybe even for a single person who works from home or has hobbies? Seems like just the right amount of space. I love tiny homes but I also love small houses and I hope that the tiny house movement can also encourage the design and development of more homes like this one, not just the tiny ones.

What are your thoughts on that? Get more updates just like this in your email via our free daily Tiny House Newsletter. Sources: Six Degrees Construction Co. Interested in buying the plans so you can build it yourself? Read more. This is the Louisa Cottage. This is a sustainable small farmhouse cottage near Melbourne, Australia that you can rent on Airbnb.

You can share this using the e-mail and social media re-share buttons below. You can also join our Small House Newsletter! Thank you! Most of them will be around for more than a hundred years. Far stronger and more durable than conventional building. Here in Australia homes are getting bigger and bigger. We sarcastically call them McMansions. We really do not need all the space we are creating. This is a perfect design for a couple.

Bigger houses then half of rooms not being used unless you have big family, but so…even one child in this little house can be adjusted making a small room within the ! I live in Colorado. We also call them Mcmansions. More furniture for rooms that never even get used. I would be more than happy to with a little house like this. You are so right. How do I get more information as to plans and a more descriptive floorplan? Personally, this is pretty near perfect for me. Well… Duh! Links to the plans are at the bottom of the article… but here it is as an absolute link.

John if you want to Leave something behind Please put it in ironclad format my Aunt Left me her home in chicago. No—far from it. Post and beam is not something every builder can or wants to do but there are plenty of companies including one right down the road from my house in NY that still do this on a regular basis.

Of course you can always work out how to do this on your own—with an architect or engineer and some one to sign off on your plans you can build these anywhere. Of course if you have your own timber this is MUCH cheaper. If you live anywhere near an Amish community you might be able to hire some of their fine carpenters and builders to do some or all of this.

Amish workers eh? Yeah, slight problem. I live in New Zealand… miles to the west is a little island called Australia. But yeah, thought it was strange, the argument I read was that there was too much weight and an inordinately high number were having the roof collapse.

But cannot recall where exactly I read that. This house is awesome and I love the deck areas. It makes the house look bigger than it really is plus I love having out door space for lounging or even just doing a bit of container gardening. I could see our little family in this house and it would be very cozy. The only thing I might do is add a half bath somewhere. It is just helpful to have an extra bathroom with 3 people. Love it, but do designers have something against tubs???

Without a tub I would not be interested. I do love the kitchen in this home and the yellow exterior. That shower is pretty large. Many people only take showers, though. What they do have is respect for what the clients want. Or, if it takes yer fancy, a Sauna. Whatever trips yer trigger.

I need my bathtub and take a nice hot bath almost every night. Need a hot bath nearly every night??? Tubs are also not Eco-Friendly, in the sheer volume of water that must be run to fill one adequately. An average bath requires gallons of water. The average shower of four minutes with an old shower head uses 20 gallons of water. With a low-flow shower head, only 10 gallons of water is used. If only more people cared about things like that. They lived in a desert area and had a cistern for water for many years, so they knew how to conserve water.

The small house I live in now has a mini-tub too, so even more water is saved. Least dirty me , then Gran, then Uncle and last poor Granpa. I love tubs but can no longer bend my knees to get into one. LOL If you claim that one gallon of water poured over your sweaty body gets you sparkling clean, more power to ya. I also do not put a lot of water in my tub but do put enough to just cover my hips. I have RA and it is one of the few things that actually helps me from totally freezing up.

All our water is reused in the gardens and orchard so none goes to waste. We practice permaculture on our homestead. I disagree on the bathtub debate. We WANT a bathtub and plan to have a walk-in tub. We do take showers most of the time, but tubs are so nice for aching muscles and joints.

I remember putting all 4 of my children through the same lot of bath water! Usually girls first — they are younger and usually less grubby. Then the boys, who could get incredibly dirty! We had quite a deep bath tub when they were small, but with 4 of them going through, I felt it was OK.

We had a big bathroom sink when baby 2 and 3 were tiny, so we bathed them in that! We had a wet room built for my elderly 82 year old mother when she came to live with us, so I could put my swimming cossie on and help her in the shower. We only have a shower now, but I would like a bath to soak in from time to time.

And to get to the point….. I love this house! I completed a sq ft home this past spring. I did have some problems with water and electric utilities as they wanted to insist I connect to their systems. They even tried to bill me, without any connections, for minimum monthly usage. Took a lawsuit to stop the greed. Now local politicians are proposing an law to outlaw setups such as mine.

With Paul here. We have a 5 gallon pressure sprayer intended for spraying fruit trees etc and use this as an outdoor shower. A pallet forms the base, trees and hedges are 2 sides with a shed and the upen shed door the other 2. Use it whenever the weather permits. This year the Irish winter has been characterised by winds from the south so we have used it pretty much all year but last winter was cold enough the water pipes all froze so not so much.

Economic and eco friendly. I really like this floor plan, especially the largish kitchen. I want a claw foot tub for soaking, and mosaic tile in the bathroom.

First I would like to say, that the photography is spectacular. The colors of the home blend, as if they belong together. This home is grand in its own rite. My compliments for the architecture and then some. I would like to see more of these kinds of homes. Please Alex stay busy and bring some more. Of course the photography is spectacular. They were taken specifically for the architects portfolio to show prospective clients.

Research bears this out. Like the floor plan, lots of light. Potentially, that is going to cause leakage and dry rot problems where the porch meets the roof valance.

Here in the South the rain would create sheer havoc!! I had the same thought too, Harry. In Oregon, of all places! Other than that, the place is beautiful. I live the spacious feel, the beautiful finish and decor, and all else. Plus, there is a wood stove in case the power goes out. Hi again, La Segunda. Not a single. Yes, my Gran had lace valances on the kitchen window but they were for a decorating touch, not blocking the view. Still no need for window covers! The raccoons will tidy up the remains.

I live with my best friend in what was about a sf s rambler, until we remodeled the two car garage into a very large bedroom. Near the BR but if you wash after you go to bed you can shut the doors for noise control.

Wood is really not a good insulator, and it moves and shrinks, causing air gaps. The outside needs to have finish applied every 18 months. Lynda Davids comment was toward Alex not lynda. Also he wanted to see pics and info on small cabins. Wood is a good insulator. If it does the builder or lumber mill did something wrong by not storing it properly or allowing it to age the proper time in the proper humidity. There are cabins over years old that have not been treated every 18 months and still are holding up very well to weather and bugs.

Its nice if you can afford to treat it every 18 months but its definitely not needed. Beautiful home! I agree with Harry Symonds regarding the backward sloping porch overhang being a problem. Also, in the drawing, what is the room on the lower left, and the small rectangle with only one door off of that? The post mentions this being good for a couple without kids, but if that room on the lower left can be used as a bedroom, could not this be a home for a couple with a child or two adults with their own room?

Our sq. No noise, very easy maintence, especially when the stuff needs to be replaced!!! The furnace that came with the cottage was from ; we found the date on it when we had to replace it a couple of years ago. So it looks like this home has both wood burning stove for heat as well as forced air for the bedrooms? Can a whole house including separate bedrooms be heated by one wood burning stove, maybe with the use of directional fans?

Nice tall cielings gives a sense of space so sq. But so far this year it has dropped into the teens and I have yet to need any heat. Never did turn on the cool cycle over the Summer even with many days in the 90s. If your home is well constructed and well insulated just normal everyday living will provide most if not all the heat you will need for a home this size.

Lawrence, where is this house built, and what kind of insulation have you used? Keep us posted through the winter please, as your experiences could be very valuable to others as well. Example: Overnight it got down to 24 degrees, I have not turned on the heat and the house remains at a comfortable 71 degrees.

And that has not fluctuated as I have opened doors etc to let dogs in and out. True as I had it milled from trees I took down when the home was being planned. Steel roof, cisterns for all water needs, solar electric and solar hot water. All lumber came from my property and was milled on site. I built the home myself with the help of a retired carpenter and local subs for things like concrete work, electric, plumbing, etc.

Never thought that at age 69 I would ever do something like this but it has been loads of fun. Sounds like feature-article material to me! Pictures at least! Lawrence, I too would love to at least see the plan for your house. It sounds amazing. My husband and I are counting down the years til we can get our home downsized. We have children in high school for 3 more years.

Then, we hope to build or buy a home that sounds like yours. Lawrence, please share! Lawrence I am very interested in your experience with having to fight for the right to be off grid. I am planning to do the same in NC and am wondering if it will be difficult. I know your post is 2 years old, but I hope you might see this and respond. Perhaps you could email me at whwerb at hot mail dot com.

The first place we rented was 2 bed and was heated by a wood burning stove which heated radiators in the other rooms, the same 2 houses on but this was 3 bed and on 2 levels. Both these houses were in England and we had a couple of really cold winters. The last was a 3 bed 2 storey house in Ireland and this was heated by an open fire, we burned wood and peat, which again heated the rest of the house, except for the kitchen diner, with radiators.

Apart from the kitchen diner which had a long outside wall with big single glazed windows and a door so it was always cold the house stayed nice and warm and burning peat means you can bank the fire so it burns warm but slow all night and is easy to clean and use embers to relight first thing next morning.

A stove, properly done, can also be banked to burn all night but more often than not the wood would burn through and go out before the morning. Love, love, love this house. Perfect size for me — actually would be larger than the house I have now sq ft and on one floor. I have a finished upper floor which I made my bedroom when I first moved here, and a finished basement, but as I grow older, those stairs are not as much fun as they were.

But stairs or not, I love my little house. Small houses rock! I love the house. One would need a claw foot tub. Another feels the kitchen is too cramped. And another would require two bathrooms. Consider yourself lucky that you have plumbing. And the appliances too close together? And especially for someone eyeing retirement, those characteristics are worth their weight in gold. If it was a single commenter wanting the clawfoot tub, more room in the kitchen, and two bathrooms, then yeah, maybe they need a larger house!

And a little more room in the kitchen sounds reasonable, even in a small house. Two bathrooms? Figure out what you really want, and design your perfect house around those features. But Cheryl, what you want, and what you need are 2 very different beasts. Do you need 2 bathrooms? And, looking at this from the other half of the planet I am assuming when you say bathroom you are talking toilets.

If not, and you mean bathroom as in a bath, then I think you are a victim of affluenza. If you both need to wash at the same time either get a shower with shower heads on either side or get a double usually spa bath so you can soak together. But… build another one? This is part of the problem with the States these days.

I wanna, I gotta. If so, enjoy paying the man all that extra interest on your house loan. Not two bathrooms; just two toilets. And when you have people to stay over you might just want a seperate or at least a not in demand toilet. There is a huge difference I agree on need vs want; but for some this is a need. As to bath tub vs shower—again; it depends very much on the physical needs of the owners. Yeah—this sucks and is prob not going to change—too much to rip this all out and start again.

So I use a bath seat in there and pray eveyr time that I don;t fall—the one-legged have diffferent fears than the rest of the population after all! The ledge shown on the shower in this house would be a small issue—I would have it built with a NO barrier curb and of course non-skid tiles or flooring. That way there is no tripping hazard and no barrier to getting a knee walker in there to a bath seat—stuck with THAT for the rest of my life—or a wheelchair.

And I did like the over hanging sink—even if you don;t need a chair being able to get close to the sink is better esp for short people. Given your medical issues, then yes you can justify having 2. But my original comment was directed at cheryl. Not that I disagree with your comments.

You actually raise a number of valid points, but remember, the internals of a house, this or any other, can be changed to suit the circumstances and wishes of the individual who is buying it or having it built for them.

Especially for one who is in a wheelchair. That was one of the things we looked for when we bought this house. It has a small full bathroom and a closet toilet that is just off the mud room.

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We have a 5 gallon pressure sprayer intended for spraying fruit trees etc and use this as an outdoor shower. A pallet forms the base, trees and hedges are 2 sides with a shed and the upen shed door the other 2. Use it whenever the weather permits. This year the Irish winter has been characterised by winds from the south so we have used it pretty much all year but last winter was cold enough the water pipes all froze so not so much.

Economic and eco friendly. I really like this floor plan, especially the largish kitchen. I want a claw foot tub for soaking, and mosaic tile in the bathroom. First I would like to say, that the photography is spectacular.

The colors of the home blend, as if they belong together. This home is grand in its own rite. My compliments for the architecture and then some.

I would like to see more of these kinds of homes. Please Alex stay busy and bring some more. Of course the photography is spectacular. They were taken specifically for the architects portfolio to show prospective clients. Research bears this out. Like the floor plan, lots of light. Potentially, that is going to cause leakage and dry rot problems where the porch meets the roof valance.

Here in the South the rain would create sheer havoc!! I had the same thought too, Harry. In Oregon, of all places! Other than that, the place is beautiful. I live the spacious feel, the beautiful finish and decor, and all else. Plus, there is a wood stove in case the power goes out. Hi again, La Segunda. Not a single. Yes, my Gran had lace valances on the kitchen window but they were for a decorating touch, not blocking the view. Still no need for window covers!

The raccoons will tidy up the remains. I live with my best friend in what was about a sf s rambler, until we remodeled the two car garage into a very large bedroom. Near the BR but if you wash after you go to bed you can shut the doors for noise control. Wood is really not a good insulator, and it moves and shrinks, causing air gaps. The outside needs to have finish applied every 18 months.

Lynda Davids comment was toward Alex not lynda. Also he wanted to see pics and info on small cabins. Wood is a good insulator.

If it does the builder or lumber mill did something wrong by not storing it properly or allowing it to age the proper time in the proper humidity. There are cabins over years old that have not been treated every 18 months and still are holding up very well to weather and bugs.

Its nice if you can afford to treat it every 18 months but its definitely not needed. Beautiful home! I agree with Harry Symonds regarding the backward sloping porch overhang being a problem. Also, in the drawing, what is the room on the lower left, and the small rectangle with only one door off of that?

The post mentions this being good for a couple without kids, but if that room on the lower left can be used as a bedroom, could not this be a home for a couple with a child or two adults with their own room? Our sq. No noise, very easy maintence, especially when the stuff needs to be replaced!!! The furnace that came with the cottage was from ; we found the date on it when we had to replace it a couple of years ago.

So it looks like this home has both wood burning stove for heat as well as forced air for the bedrooms? Can a whole house including separate bedrooms be heated by one wood burning stove, maybe with the use of directional fans? Nice tall cielings gives a sense of space so sq. But so far this year it has dropped into the teens and I have yet to need any heat. Never did turn on the cool cycle over the Summer even with many days in the 90s. If your home is well constructed and well insulated just normal everyday living will provide most if not all the heat you will need for a home this size.

Lawrence, where is this house built, and what kind of insulation have you used? Keep us posted through the winter please, as your experiences could be very valuable to others as well.

Example: Overnight it got down to 24 degrees, I have not turned on the heat and the house remains at a comfortable 71 degrees. And that has not fluctuated as I have opened doors etc to let dogs in and out. True as I had it milled from trees I took down when the home was being planned.

Steel roof, cisterns for all water needs, solar electric and solar hot water. All lumber came from my property and was milled on site. I built the home myself with the help of a retired carpenter and local subs for things like concrete work, electric, plumbing, etc. Never thought that at age 69 I would ever do something like this but it has been loads of fun. Sounds like feature-article material to me!

Pictures at least! Lawrence, I too would love to at least see the plan for your house. It sounds amazing. My husband and I are counting down the years til we can get our home downsized. We have children in high school for 3 more years. Then, we hope to build or buy a home that sounds like yours. Lawrence, please share! Lawrence I am very interested in your experience with having to fight for the right to be off grid.

I am planning to do the same in NC and am wondering if it will be difficult. I know your post is 2 years old, but I hope you might see this and respond. Perhaps you could email me at whwerb at hot mail dot com. The first place we rented was 2 bed and was heated by a wood burning stove which heated radiators in the other rooms, the same 2 houses on but this was 3 bed and on 2 levels. Both these houses were in England and we had a couple of really cold winters.

The last was a 3 bed 2 storey house in Ireland and this was heated by an open fire, we burned wood and peat, which again heated the rest of the house, except for the kitchen diner, with radiators.

Apart from the kitchen diner which had a long outside wall with big single glazed windows and a door so it was always cold the house stayed nice and warm and burning peat means you can bank the fire so it burns warm but slow all night and is easy to clean and use embers to relight first thing next morning. A stove, properly done, can also be banked to burn all night but more often than not the wood would burn through and go out before the morning.

Love, love, love this house. Perfect size for me — actually would be larger than the house I have now sq ft and on one floor. I have a finished upper floor which I made my bedroom when I first moved here, and a finished basement, but as I grow older, those stairs are not as much fun as they were. But stairs or not, I love my little house. Small houses rock! I love the house. One would need a claw foot tub. Another feels the kitchen is too cramped.

And another would require two bathrooms. Consider yourself lucky that you have plumbing. And the appliances too close together? And especially for someone eyeing retirement, those characteristics are worth their weight in gold. If it was a single commenter wanting the clawfoot tub, more room in the kitchen, and two bathrooms, then yeah, maybe they need a larger house! And a little more room in the kitchen sounds reasonable, even in a small house. Two bathrooms? Figure out what you really want, and design your perfect house around those features.

But Cheryl, what you want, and what you need are 2 very different beasts. Do you need 2 bathrooms? And, looking at this from the other half of the planet I am assuming when you say bathroom you are talking toilets. If not, and you mean bathroom as in a bath, then I think you are a victim of affluenza. If you both need to wash at the same time either get a shower with shower heads on either side or get a double usually spa bath so you can soak together.

But… build another one? This is part of the problem with the States these days. I wanna, I gotta. If so, enjoy paying the man all that extra interest on your house loan. Not two bathrooms; just two toilets. And when you have people to stay over you might just want a seperate or at least a not in demand toilet. There is a huge difference I agree on need vs want; but for some this is a need.

As to bath tub vs shower—again; it depends very much on the physical needs of the owners. Yeah—this sucks and is prob not going to change—too much to rip this all out and start again.

So I use a bath seat in there and pray eveyr time that I don;t fall—the one-legged have diffferent fears than the rest of the population after all! The ledge shown on the shower in this house would be a small issue—I would have it built with a NO barrier curb and of course non-skid tiles or flooring. That way there is no tripping hazard and no barrier to getting a knee walker in there to a bath seat—stuck with THAT for the rest of my life—or a wheelchair.

And I did like the over hanging sink—even if you don;t need a chair being able to get close to the sink is better esp for short people.

Given your medical issues, then yes you can justify having 2. But my original comment was directed at cheryl. Not that I disagree with your comments. You actually raise a number of valid points, but remember, the internals of a house, this or any other, can be changed to suit the circumstances and wishes of the individual who is buying it or having it built for them.

Especially for one who is in a wheelchair. That was one of the things we looked for when we bought this house. It has a small full bathroom and a closet toilet that is just off the mud room. I lived in one sq ft and absolutely hated it. It was cobbled together and hard to clean easily. This house would be easy.

I got claustrophobic in that house but this one I could really enjoy living in…. Though I absolutely LOVE the idea of everything on one floor climbing ladders is a big deal for someone with severe osteoarthritis of the knees. Here in the Chicago area the snow loads would, at the very least, create rot and possibly break the roof over time! By the way, I also love the idea if a Japanese soaking tub alongside the shower. Stairs up or down to get in I could handle since there would only be two or three of them.

Having a door there, leading to????? We had one in a log cabin we owned when first married and barely used it except when company came over or it was the holidays. My kids enjoy them, so that bit would stay, to humour them. The way to go, for us! How do I find that? Sue, you can order the plans so you can have your own version of this house… I posted a link further up the page.

If you wanted to have architectural modifications then I would suggest purchasing it in the format that allows changes with a CAD programme. Sometimes spending money actually saves money. In the long run. I LOVE this house! I would be interested in knowing how much it cost to build. Love the layout. Finally a semi-tiny home my wife said she could live in. A few things I note. Sure the house is staged for a photo op, but the simple addition of hand rails would make sense to me.

Another issue is climate. If the area is prone to snow and ice in the winter, the raised deck would be the first to freeze. Very slippery. And with winds, the openness could result in a search for lost deck furniture. The addition of a shed for such items when out of season would be nice. And in the same style as the house. But of course, there is the issue of parking. The older I get, I love to have my car covered. And an aged couple may not want to scrape windows every time they leave on an errand.

I realize this is on a tiny house site and most would find my recommendations excessive, but if the goal is to reduce I think we can still do that with a garage. I think it would be an invite for every cat in the neighborhood to visit. I would like to see some sort or rain barrel or cistern as the sloped roof is a great way to collect rainwater.

Could be used for wastewater to operate the toilets and water the garden. I could definately see myself if a place like this. I imagine a group of these with no vehicle access in the immediate area, ramps in place of stairs and an awesome bunch of blue-hairs riding rascal scooters from one home to the other.

Lots of little square foot gardens spread around. A true retirement commune. Love it! Actually, this house is on a 2. Feel free to download the pdf file that shows this house in some ways better than what is on this page.

But there is a parking pad on the side of the house… and it would be very easy, and cheap to construct a covered car port there. Heck do it right and you could easily sneak in covering on the sides later and not have to pay the extra permit costs. Just sneakiness ok? I wonder about the raised ceilings-depending on the location, I think it would be more difficult to heat in the winter.

I love the colors and the wood, though, and agree that the plan would be just the right size for some. Mary, speaking as a builder, we can put a handicap ramp onto a home in one afternoon. Same goes for safety bars in bathrooms; a couple of hours, max. Bearing that in mind, I think they just might be waiting UNTIL they need it; it could be a good decade or longer before either or both require bars or ramps.

My co-workers would never think of living in less than Hi, Eva. Some like it micro. Some like it mini. Some like it moderate. As you mentioned, your co-workers think sq. They are all still in their 2,, sq. We went from a 2, sq. That is, with respect. The website is a joy and I always look forward to seeing emails from Tiny House.

Next month I turn However, my I have friends that had a LARGE barn and they put a small apartment in it for hired hands that helped out during calving and harvesting their wheat.

This home is beautiful. However, I would have a concern for snow load build-up in some areas of the roof if this house was build in snow country. There are a lot of poorly designed under square foot house plans out there and also a lot of really good ones but it takes a lot of digging to find them. I am currently in the final stages of research and hoping to publish a book of well designed small homes that I have collected over the past four years. In the next month or so, I will be contacting the various builders and architects for permission to include their homes.

The time is right for a small homes to shine and be noticed. They are more affordable and needed. Good luck to you with your book. I enjoy the few that are already out there, like Susan Susanka, and the old classics. I also had a issue with the snow-load, and the proper siting of those wind-funnel doors in a rainy environment.

I lived very comfortably in a square foot house for years, with pets and kids, and wish I had not foolishly parted with that paid-for place. Best wishes on your writing project, and hurry!!! Suggests that a Big house is desirable. If this site ONLY featured self-sustained, sq. Someone taking over 10 medications with two replaced knees might also be turned off on considering a tiny home if it ONLY means hauling pails of water up from the well and chopping your own wood.

Those homes that I resonate with, I comment upon. Going from 3, sq. Good for you! For instance, both my husband and I own companies and need separate offices. I could care less if someone can jam 27 P. Thanks Cahow. And thanks Erick for expressing yourself but it came off as hateful and you reminded me of a bully I used to know so I just had to delete it.

This is an open place where we should all feel comfortable sharing our opinions and thoughts in a friendly, non pushy, manner. Nobody likes having religion, ways of living, etc shoved down their throats. Please be friendly or do not bother to comment because I will just delete it.

Or write a blog post or make your own YouTube video about how you feel? Hi Cahow — always enjoy reading your comments, short, long or in between. I need some elbow room and a big kitchen and decent bath. So I am in full agreement with what you had to say. Enjoy the show, comment on the positive and leave major negativity out of it! It is all good in some manner, shape, or form. I love this house for a retirement house. I need to downsize in the next few years and would like to find out how much this house would cost to build.

The only thing I would change is to not have a wood stove and is there a utility room? There is indeed a utility or in the plans mechanical room.

I like the idea of America building smaller. Most of us suffer obesity, and many times it could have been avoided if we just went outside more. I enjoy the outdoors, and decks are a good way to spark that. OMG, I just had this vision of grabbing a can of beer, opening it, moseying out to the deck and lounging in a deck chair.

Are there any plans for a tiny house or small house for families with children? I have three children and love the idea of a house like this one especially with all the outdoor living space. This house is amazing. Bad knees, bad hips, or trying to tote a squirming grandbaby up even a few steps without a railing is a very bad idea. While the multi-levels are enchanting to look at, they are potential hip and ankle-breakers. I worked in Ortho at a hospital for years, and once someone starts falling, its the beginning of the end of independence.

Stairs are pure H— and unsafe for most people after a certain age. While lovely inside, the lack of a railing could even be against code in some areas. I would also have to make sure those wind funneling doors did not face west, or they would have to stay closed the entire rainy season here in Florida. Not sure how they would handle a snowload, either, with that focus of weight right at the entry.

Been away for awhile but good to see the regulars and their wisdom. Hi, Saucy Sally! Or, Scooter Racing…whee-e-e-e-e-e-e! I talked about it much further up the comments. We met when they were barely 50 and now most are well over 70 y.

So far, NONE of these folks are using anything but a cane; no walkers and no wheel chairs. They realize that the sand is slipping out of the hour glass at an ever increasing amount. This is the problem: my client base all lives in Lincoln Park. So, the urban senior is really screwed. Oh yeah, I blew it. I now see where you and several other people commented on the railings and other access issues. I plead heat exhaustion.

My 80 y. Mom could manage it with a cane for balance. My 82 y. Dad would forget about the drop-off if he were focused on a grandchild in trouble in the yard. Neither could manage carrying anything with no railing. They are still in their own two-story home, living downstairs, on flat property.

Living in a flood zone and grandfathered-in, our house is WAY up. I love my big trees and chickens and the starry sky at night. Who wants to end their days in a blasted hospital room? Your info about the people forced to leave a familiar habitat because of their aging issues hit hard.

My heart aches for your Lincoln Park clientele. I hope they can stay put, with your help. I love the feel of a book and my hands and the treasure hunt of looking up a word in the dictionary or encyclopedia.

Be careful with those crank handle washers like the Wonderwash TM. Alas, for the sake of saving a dollar or two it is in fact a mediocre product. It has a sliding door to minimise noise to the body of the house. Where do you put all your books? Well, how many do you have…? Really nice design! Getting a bit older I would go for a 1 story house, a problem with most tiny houses.

I would never go for a sleeping loft, 1 slip and bam, time to go to the ER. Nice open kitchen too with lots of space, a big problem in most tiny houses. Remember ladies that the loft sleeping area could be used for storage of so many different things. Sleeping on a Murphy Bed or pull out couch is all about a good mattress. I totally love these tiny houses, mine will be put on skids and a few cement blocks to keep it high off the ground.

Snow here winters is over inches and summer is snakes and skunks. He agrees. Love the openess of it as well as all the exits, deck and porch.

There are maybe a couple of things I would change but overall perfect. This is more the size I would want. Hi, Dorothy. Pour a glass of your favourite beverage, sit back, drool over the various plans you see and then click on any photos you admire to take you right to the sight.

Many of the plans with loft bedrooms are lovely but impractical in my opinion, especially for older people. I think this house is a perfect compromise. Jerry: LOVE what you wrote, above. First, I am not a builder competing with anyone for a sale.

Two aspects of this design which will contribute toward higher first costs are the number of corners that will need to be framed…. I count Do they contribute to more interesting character? Are they necessary? Not likely. A simple low gable would provide drama without the hassles. There are 3 exterior doors and 8 or 9 interior doors. Also expensive. Not impressed.

Firstly, omitting the mechanical room door, there are 2 exterior outward opening doors, one being the front door and the other being the door from kitchen area to the deck. There is one inward opening door to the deck in the master bedroom, which is what the client wanted.

The interior of the house has 4 swinging doors, including 1 double door set for the guest bedroom. You comment about the number of corners and question are they necessary?

As for the roof line, well I am sure that the architect knew what he was doing, it is after all built in his locale. Maintenance is not an issue as I have seen numerous houses with this style roof in New Zealand.

And remember, all things considered, you get what you pay for. And, no one ever regrets buying quality. Love love it! So well done and gorgeous. Love the light and the feeling of space and coziness at the same time. Slap my hand. This is a fantastic example of the notion that you can have a spacious, livable, and beautiful home in less than 1, square feet. Love the bathtub haters vs. And the thought of cleaning them…. I also would need 2 bathrooms if living with someone but it is usually the toilet that is the real issue of needing 2 bathrooms for most.

Or a back to back area with 2 toilets and shared shower. That part has to stay out of my space. Would rather share a toilet I think. Wondering what wall color was used throughout the house? Ask the architect. For those concerned about the porch cover draining back to the house… it looks like it drains into a gutter shared with the house itself. I can see myself living in a tiny house.

In fact, I am in the process of purchasing land so that I can have one built. The biggest reason I am doing it is to rid myself of energy companies that suck up too much of my financial resources. I did the same thing with my car. I purchased a smart car and have literally cut my fueling expenses in half. This just makes good business sense to me. Nice place and layout.

I live in sq ft. And this place sure looks a lot bigger than my little house.. This home is the perfect size, has lovely upgrades and wood, BUT. That is the biggest factor here for everyone. Need a figure, someone, anyone.

I LOVE this open floor plan! We raised three children in it with one bathroom, a dog, numerous cats and we all survived! Yes, it was a bit tricky when everyone wanted that bathroom! So we are remodeling an chicken coup that is around SF, plan on adding a composting toilet, a small sink, a tabletop stove, already have a small fridge and think it will be perfect for us! Love the design but this house is a wolf in sheeps clothing. The building costs alone would sway most people away from a project like this.

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Very slippery. And with winds, the openness could result in a search for lost deck furniture. The addition of a shed for such items when out of season would be nice. And in the same style as the house. But of course, there is the issue of parking.

The older I get, I love to have my car covered. And an aged couple may not want to scrape windows every time they leave on an errand. I realize this is on a tiny house site and most would find my recommendations excessive, but if the goal is to reduce I think we can still do that with a garage.

I think it would be an invite for every cat in the neighborhood to visit. I would like to see some sort or rain barrel or cistern as the sloped roof is a great way to collect rainwater.

Could be used for wastewater to operate the toilets and water the garden. I could definately see myself if a place like this. I imagine a group of these with no vehicle access in the immediate area, ramps in place of stairs and an awesome bunch of blue-hairs riding rascal scooters from one home to the other. Lots of little square foot gardens spread around. A true retirement commune. Love it! Actually, this house is on a 2.

Feel free to download the pdf file that shows this house in some ways better than what is on this page. But there is a parking pad on the side of the house… and it would be very easy, and cheap to construct a covered car port there. Heck do it right and you could easily sneak in covering on the sides later and not have to pay the extra permit costs.

Just sneakiness ok? I wonder about the raised ceilings-depending on the location, I think it would be more difficult to heat in the winter. I love the colors and the wood, though, and agree that the plan would be just the right size for some. Mary, speaking as a builder, we can put a handicap ramp onto a home in one afternoon. Same goes for safety bars in bathrooms; a couple of hours, max.

Bearing that in mind, I think they just might be waiting UNTIL they need it; it could be a good decade or longer before either or both require bars or ramps. My co-workers would never think of living in less than Hi, Eva. Some like it micro. Some like it mini. Some like it moderate. As you mentioned, your co-workers think sq. They are all still in their 2,, sq. We went from a 2, sq. That is, with respect. The website is a joy and I always look forward to seeing emails from Tiny House.

Next month I turn However, my I have friends that had a LARGE barn and they put a small apartment in it for hired hands that helped out during calving and harvesting their wheat. This home is beautiful. However, I would have a concern for snow load build-up in some areas of the roof if this house was build in snow country. There are a lot of poorly designed under square foot house plans out there and also a lot of really good ones but it takes a lot of digging to find them.

I am currently in the final stages of research and hoping to publish a book of well designed small homes that I have collected over the past four years. In the next month or so, I will be contacting the various builders and architects for permission to include their homes. The time is right for a small homes to shine and be noticed. They are more affordable and needed.

Good luck to you with your book. I enjoy the few that are already out there, like Susan Susanka, and the old classics. I also had a issue with the snow-load, and the proper siting of those wind-funnel doors in a rainy environment.

I lived very comfortably in a square foot house for years, with pets and kids, and wish I had not foolishly parted with that paid-for place. Best wishes on your writing project, and hurry!!! Suggests that a Big house is desirable. If this site ONLY featured self-sustained, sq. Someone taking over 10 medications with two replaced knees might also be turned off on considering a tiny home if it ONLY means hauling pails of water up from the well and chopping your own wood.

Those homes that I resonate with, I comment upon. Going from 3, sq. Good for you! For instance, both my husband and I own companies and need separate offices. I could care less if someone can jam 27 P. Thanks Cahow. And thanks Erick for expressing yourself but it came off as hateful and you reminded me of a bully I used to know so I just had to delete it.

This is an open place where we should all feel comfortable sharing our opinions and thoughts in a friendly, non pushy, manner. Nobody likes having religion, ways of living, etc shoved down their throats. Please be friendly or do not bother to comment because I will just delete it. Or write a blog post or make your own YouTube video about how you feel?

Hi Cahow — always enjoy reading your comments, short, long or in between. I need some elbow room and a big kitchen and decent bath. So I am in full agreement with what you had to say. Enjoy the show, comment on the positive and leave major negativity out of it!

It is all good in some manner, shape, or form. I love this house for a retirement house. I need to downsize in the next few years and would like to find out how much this house would cost to build. The only thing I would change is to not have a wood stove and is there a utility room? There is indeed a utility or in the plans mechanical room. I like the idea of America building smaller.

Most of us suffer obesity, and many times it could have been avoided if we just went outside more. I enjoy the outdoors, and decks are a good way to spark that. OMG, I just had this vision of grabbing a can of beer, opening it, moseying out to the deck and lounging in a deck chair.

Are there any plans for a tiny house or small house for families with children? I have three children and love the idea of a house like this one especially with all the outdoor living space.

This house is amazing. Bad knees, bad hips, or trying to tote a squirming grandbaby up even a few steps without a railing is a very bad idea. While the multi-levels are enchanting to look at, they are potential hip and ankle-breakers. I worked in Ortho at a hospital for years, and once someone starts falling, its the beginning of the end of independence.

Stairs are pure H— and unsafe for most people after a certain age. While lovely inside, the lack of a railing could even be against code in some areas. I would also have to make sure those wind funneling doors did not face west, or they would have to stay closed the entire rainy season here in Florida. Not sure how they would handle a snowload, either, with that focus of weight right at the entry.

Been away for awhile but good to see the regulars and their wisdom. Hi, Saucy Sally! Or, Scooter Racing…whee-e-e-e-e-e-e! I talked about it much further up the comments. We met when they were barely 50 and now most are well over 70 y. So far, NONE of these folks are using anything but a cane; no walkers and no wheel chairs.

They realize that the sand is slipping out of the hour glass at an ever increasing amount. This is the problem: my client base all lives in Lincoln Park. So, the urban senior is really screwed. Oh yeah, I blew it. I now see where you and several other people commented on the railings and other access issues. I plead heat exhaustion. My 80 y. Mom could manage it with a cane for balance. My 82 y.

Dad would forget about the drop-off if he were focused on a grandchild in trouble in the yard. Neither could manage carrying anything with no railing. They are still in their own two-story home, living downstairs, on flat property. Living in a flood zone and grandfathered-in, our house is WAY up. I love my big trees and chickens and the starry sky at night.

Who wants to end their days in a blasted hospital room? Your info about the people forced to leave a familiar habitat because of their aging issues hit hard. My heart aches for your Lincoln Park clientele. I hope they can stay put, with your help. I love the feel of a book and my hands and the treasure hunt of looking up a word in the dictionary or encyclopedia. Be careful with those crank handle washers like the Wonderwash TM.

Alas, for the sake of saving a dollar or two it is in fact a mediocre product. It has a sliding door to minimise noise to the body of the house. Where do you put all your books? Well, how many do you have…? Really nice design!

Getting a bit older I would go for a 1 story house, a problem with most tiny houses. I would never go for a sleeping loft, 1 slip and bam, time to go to the ER. Nice open kitchen too with lots of space, a big problem in most tiny houses. Remember ladies that the loft sleeping area could be used for storage of so many different things. Sleeping on a Murphy Bed or pull out couch is all about a good mattress.

I totally love these tiny houses, mine will be put on skids and a few cement blocks to keep it high off the ground. Snow here winters is over inches and summer is snakes and skunks. He agrees. Love the openess of it as well as all the exits, deck and porch. There are maybe a couple of things I would change but overall perfect. This is more the size I would want.

Hi, Dorothy. Pour a glass of your favourite beverage, sit back, drool over the various plans you see and then click on any photos you admire to take you right to the sight. Many of the plans with loft bedrooms are lovely but impractical in my opinion, especially for older people. I think this house is a perfect compromise. Jerry: LOVE what you wrote, above.

First, I am not a builder competing with anyone for a sale. Two aspects of this design which will contribute toward higher first costs are the number of corners that will need to be framed…. I count Do they contribute to more interesting character? Are they necessary? Not likely. A simple low gable would provide drama without the hassles.

There are 3 exterior doors and 8 or 9 interior doors. Also expensive. Not impressed. Firstly, omitting the mechanical room door, there are 2 exterior outward opening doors, one being the front door and the other being the door from kitchen area to the deck.

There is one inward opening door to the deck in the master bedroom, which is what the client wanted. The interior of the house has 4 swinging doors, including 1 double door set for the guest bedroom. You comment about the number of corners and question are they necessary? As for the roof line, well I am sure that the architect knew what he was doing, it is after all built in his locale.

Maintenance is not an issue as I have seen numerous houses with this style roof in New Zealand. And remember, all things considered, you get what you pay for. And, no one ever regrets buying quality.

Love love it! So well done and gorgeous. Love the light and the feeling of space and coziness at the same time. Slap my hand. This is a fantastic example of the notion that you can have a spacious, livable, and beautiful home in less than 1, square feet. Love the bathtub haters vs. And the thought of cleaning them…. I also would need 2 bathrooms if living with someone but it is usually the toilet that is the real issue of needing 2 bathrooms for most.

Or a back to back area with 2 toilets and shared shower. That part has to stay out of my space. Would rather share a toilet I think. Wondering what wall color was used throughout the house? Ask the architect. For those concerned about the porch cover draining back to the house… it looks like it drains into a gutter shared with the house itself. I can see myself living in a tiny house. In fact, I am in the process of purchasing land so that I can have one built.

The biggest reason I am doing it is to rid myself of energy companies that suck up too much of my financial resources. I did the same thing with my car. I purchased a smart car and have literally cut my fueling expenses in half. This just makes good business sense to me.

Nice place and layout. I live in sq ft. And this place sure looks a lot bigger than my little house.. This home is the perfect size, has lovely upgrades and wood, BUT. That is the biggest factor here for everyone. Need a figure, someone, anyone. I LOVE this open floor plan! We raised three children in it with one bathroom, a dog, numerous cats and we all survived!

Yes, it was a bit tricky when everyone wanted that bathroom! So we are remodeling an chicken coup that is around SF, plan on adding a composting toilet, a small sink, a tabletop stove, already have a small fridge and think it will be perfect for us! Love the design but this house is a wolf in sheeps clothing. The building costs alone would sway most people away from a project like this. That is what architects are FOR silly! In , I purchased an sq. It has a lot of wood, huge beams running from back to front a mid-century look though built in with triangular windows, flat roof and a built-in Sub Zero fridge.

Prior to that, I lived in a sq. It was an adjustment for sure, but one that was easy for me. Once I tossed excess possessions, I fit right into the lifestyle change.

Unfortunately, In , I had to leave the house behind, and return to Louisiana to do the family elder-care thing, which is still on-going. As I have thought about returning to what is paradise for me, I find myself not wanting to make the 20 minute drive from the gate of the neighborhood to the house once or twice a day.

I have a couple of people interested in the house, and I may sell it and try one a bit smaller. Finding your blog, Alex, has made me even more sure that is what I will do.

I picture something like this on a creek or river, still in Colorado, and not painted yellow! Thanks for all of the great finds you show to everyone. How much does this house cost to build? I love the design and the space. Me and my Wife are going to be moving off the grid here in a couple years and this house would be perfect. It has 2 bedroom and the back porch has been closed in for the furnace and and hot water heater and washer dryer.

I love my house and the four cats have more room to roam. I still dream of a tiny house. Congratulations, Jerilyn!!!! We went from 2, to sq. Plus, we have a large family at hand and many friends who want to visit and stay the night.

A sq. Is it limited to a certain width or square footage? Are certain fixtures not allowed? Are points given if you can cram a dishwasher in it? Which one we choose to live in is indeed an individual choice, and we can also freely bicker on here about what we would change on the ideas presented here.

And it is now also okay for us old hippies to admit we want more room for our bad knees and weaving looms and sewing machines than sq. Good for you and your cats on a great deal. I wish you many years enjoying your home.

Hi, Sally! All of your thoughts are SO bang on. And YOU have a loom, too? What kind? Do we have a Secret Handshake? And of course, we must ALL spin a tall tale of being one of the rarefied individuals who actually attended Woodstock. Love love this house design.

Whats the room with the frosted doors? Is it another bedroom? Id like to see the room measurements. The only change I would add is another door into the bathroom in order to give the master bedroom its own access.

I love open floor plans and lots of wood. I, also, love a lot of light. Our home is larger than that one, but we have a lot of windows, which I love. The bathroom is functional but elegant. I like the new style of showers — lots of room, walk-in with no doors and drain on the floor. There is nothing more irritating than trying to clean shower doors and with tracks. This has to be one of my favorite designs! We lived in a square foot house with our four kids.

This house seems downright luxurious if intended for only two people! I loved it so much that even when the city refused to allow it too small sq ft. Hi Debra. Or any details about changes that you made in building materials and design to achieve this? As designer of homes in have hundreds of to livable but simple ready to market.

This is a fantastically thought out,if somewhat lavish home I certainly can appreciate. Much thought and love Shows in its design. Very well done. We are beginning to transition to retirement, so sf looks very nice to me. We currently own a 4, sf home in which we have our businesses, and a summer place which is a sf park model. After a week there, it feels great to go back to elbow room, but I think that is something I could live in full time. Thank you for sharing this beautiful property.

My wife and I have designed and are building one ourselves right now on our rural property in East Texas. Well done! Lots of comments, here I love it…! So yes it does command such a price…! A great house, live well and retire happy and make everyday you live in this house even more special then the day you settled in….!

Best of luck…! I love looking at the clever use of space and yes I do like this house. My only comment is that houses of 75 m2 square feet are pretty routinely called 3 bedroom family homes here, and no-one mentions the word small. The average here is I lived in 62 m2 two bedroom for a number of years before trading down to 25m2 small 1 bedroom sleep-out, nz speak for a partition in the garage. The only problem is moving on back up to the 3 bedroom it comes with the job , I have no furniture, so it really does feel spacious!

Very nice especially for those of us who need more than a really tiny house but still want to downsize. I do have a safety issue and that is the wood burning stove smack in the middle of the room.

I forgot to mention that it is nice that it is all on one story. The lofts in the tiniest of homes are not accessible to everyone. Ah, to be young again! I really like this floorplan and I will be saving it. I knew the minute I looked at it that it was too much wood for me — maybe just the ceiling and floor for me. I might make the second bedroom my office a little smaller and the utility room a bit bigger for storage. My friends also live close by.

See what I mean? A plan like this just means to me a terrific place to start designing and building a house just for me.

Alex, thanks so much for occasionally offering the bigger tiny homes. The sq. I wanted a tiny house in order to lower my cost of living for retirement. I want something smaller but we are not very free when it comes to trying to break free of being held hostage to debt, mortgages, and all the crap that make it impossible to live in this country now. So forget tiny houses — they simply are not a viable option — at least, not in stupid Michigan! I am so disheartened. We need tiny homes to be more accepted all over the US!

It is built really nicely, lots of room and great for a couple who are retiring! In this 8oo ft. Thank god, we are all so different because it shows how versatile we all are! It really is a beautiful home and I hope they love every nook and cranny! It is got class and it will be great to have people over and have all that space to not be too squeezed in!

Thanks again! What is the room at the back of the house, to the left of the bathroom, with the frosted glass doors? The bedroom to the right of the bathroom. There is no photo or mention of that other room. Thank you. Really well done…gotta love the stone and glass block shower…tho a tub would be nice also…. Sweet little place, this. This is a beautiful house! There is such a need in communities for unique neighborhoods full of homes just like this one and many different reasons to purchase something this size.

Builders just keep making them bigger and bigger. People are concerned about the size of their footprint or have other reasons for a small home; just starting out, widowed, elderly, empty-nesters, or those who want to spend less on a home and more on life. The reasons go on and on.

In my area a house or mobile has to be at least sq. Just talked with architect. CAHOW are you still out there? I miss your comments and wonder if these comments here are new? Putting a door in your bedroom, to the outside is a great idea, as you age or have mobility issues. Sibling has had doors in their bedroom in the past 3 houses. Both this house and the next, sq. As many people retire they are on fixed incomes.

Having a smaller house, cuts costs on property taxes, heating, electricity, clean, etc. Walk in showers are another feature which is good to have when you want to age in place.

If standing becomes an issue, you can simply add a chair or stool made of teak. Walk in showers are also good when you develop Parkinsons. Walk in showers also provide room for your walker. I saw no mention of the second bedroom which is the same size as the master, albeit without bathroom access. Lovely design! The couple have sold it a few years ago. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

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The Plan aims at making the best use of space to suit the needs of the family in the best and the most efficient way possible. It presents a 2 BHK house with smart structure. The Drawing room and the living space will be a mix of charm and innovation. They say images are worth a thousand words, we present you an opportunity to create beautiful, memorable images with our home but for that, you have to make it your home. Get hold of this amazing home at cost of just Rupees 30 lakhs.

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Reset filter. Showing Designs of Total Do you have Design Code? Usually girls first — they are younger and usually less grubby. Then the boys, who could get incredibly dirty!

We had quite a deep bath tub when they were small, but with 4 of them going through, I felt it was OK. We had a big bathroom sink when baby 2 and 3 were tiny, so we bathed them in that! We had a wet room built for my elderly 82 year old mother when she came to live with us, so I could put my swimming cossie on and help her in the shower. We only have a shower now, but I would like a bath to soak in from time to time.

And to get to the point….. I love this house! I completed a sq ft home this past spring. I did have some problems with water and electric utilities as they wanted to insist I connect to their systems.

They even tried to bill me, without any connections, for minimum monthly usage. Took a lawsuit to stop the greed. Now local politicians are proposing an law to outlaw setups such as mine.

With Paul here. We have a 5 gallon pressure sprayer intended for spraying fruit trees etc and use this as an outdoor shower. A pallet forms the base, trees and hedges are 2 sides with a shed and the upen shed door the other 2.

Use it whenever the weather permits. This year the Irish winter has been characterised by winds from the south so we have used it pretty much all year but last winter was cold enough the water pipes all froze so not so much. Economic and eco friendly.

I really like this floor plan, especially the largish kitchen. I want a claw foot tub for soaking, and mosaic tile in the bathroom. First I would like to say, that the photography is spectacular. The colors of the home blend, as if they belong together.

This home is grand in its own rite. My compliments for the architecture and then some. I would like to see more of these kinds of homes. Please Alex stay busy and bring some more. Of course the photography is spectacular. They were taken specifically for the architects portfolio to show prospective clients.

Research bears this out. Like the floor plan, lots of light. Potentially, that is going to cause leakage and dry rot problems where the porch meets the roof valance. Here in the South the rain would create sheer havoc!!

I had the same thought too, Harry. In Oregon, of all places! Other than that, the place is beautiful. I live the spacious feel, the beautiful finish and decor, and all else. Plus, there is a wood stove in case the power goes out. Hi again, La Segunda. Not a single. Yes, my Gran had lace valances on the kitchen window but they were for a decorating touch, not blocking the view. Still no need for window covers! The raccoons will tidy up the remains.

I live with my best friend in what was about a sf s rambler, until we remodeled the two car garage into a very large bedroom. Near the BR but if you wash after you go to bed you can shut the doors for noise control.

Wood is really not a good insulator, and it moves and shrinks, causing air gaps. The outside needs to have finish applied every 18 months. Lynda Davids comment was toward Alex not lynda. Also he wanted to see pics and info on small cabins. Wood is a good insulator. If it does the builder or lumber mill did something wrong by not storing it properly or allowing it to age the proper time in the proper humidity.

There are cabins over years old that have not been treated every 18 months and still are holding up very well to weather and bugs. Its nice if you can afford to treat it every 18 months but its definitely not needed.

Beautiful home! I agree with Harry Symonds regarding the backward sloping porch overhang being a problem. Also, in the drawing, what is the room on the lower left, and the small rectangle with only one door off of that?

The post mentions this being good for a couple without kids, but if that room on the lower left can be used as a bedroom, could not this be a home for a couple with a child or two adults with their own room? Our sq. No noise, very easy maintence, especially when the stuff needs to be replaced!!!

The furnace that came with the cottage was from ; we found the date on it when we had to replace it a couple of years ago. So it looks like this home has both wood burning stove for heat as well as forced air for the bedrooms? Can a whole house including separate bedrooms be heated by one wood burning stove, maybe with the use of directional fans?

Nice tall cielings gives a sense of space so sq. But so far this year it has dropped into the teens and I have yet to need any heat. Never did turn on the cool cycle over the Summer even with many days in the 90s. If your home is well constructed and well insulated just normal everyday living will provide most if not all the heat you will need for a home this size. Lawrence, where is this house built, and what kind of insulation have you used?

Keep us posted through the winter please, as your experiences could be very valuable to others as well. Example: Overnight it got down to 24 degrees, I have not turned on the heat and the house remains at a comfortable 71 degrees. And that has not fluctuated as I have opened doors etc to let dogs in and out. True as I had it milled from trees I took down when the home was being planned. Steel roof, cisterns for all water needs, solar electric and solar hot water.

All lumber came from my property and was milled on site. I built the home myself with the help of a retired carpenter and local subs for things like concrete work, electric, plumbing, etc. Never thought that at age 69 I would ever do something like this but it has been loads of fun. Sounds like feature-article material to me! Pictures at least! Lawrence, I too would love to at least see the plan for your house. It sounds amazing. My husband and I are counting down the years til we can get our home downsized.

We have children in high school for 3 more years. Then, we hope to build or buy a home that sounds like yours. Lawrence, please share! Lawrence I am very interested in your experience with having to fight for the right to be off grid. I am planning to do the same in NC and am wondering if it will be difficult. I know your post is 2 years old, but I hope you might see this and respond. Perhaps you could email me at whwerb at hot mail dot com.

The first place we rented was 2 bed and was heated by a wood burning stove which heated radiators in the other rooms, the same 2 houses on but this was 3 bed and on 2 levels. Both these houses were in England and we had a couple of really cold winters. The last was a 3 bed 2 storey house in Ireland and this was heated by an open fire, we burned wood and peat, which again heated the rest of the house, except for the kitchen diner, with radiators.

Apart from the kitchen diner which had a long outside wall with big single glazed windows and a door so it was always cold the house stayed nice and warm and burning peat means you can bank the fire so it burns warm but slow all night and is easy to clean and use embers to relight first thing next morning.

A stove, properly done, can also be banked to burn all night but more often than not the wood would burn through and go out before the morning. Love, love, love this house. Perfect size for me — actually would be larger than the house I have now sq ft and on one floor. I have a finished upper floor which I made my bedroom when I first moved here, and a finished basement, but as I grow older, those stairs are not as much fun as they were.

But stairs or not, I love my little house. Small houses rock! I love the house. One would need a claw foot tub. Another feels the kitchen is too cramped. And another would require two bathrooms.

Consider yourself lucky that you have plumbing. And the appliances too close together? And especially for someone eyeing retirement, those characteristics are worth their weight in gold. If it was a single commenter wanting the clawfoot tub, more room in the kitchen, and two bathrooms, then yeah, maybe they need a larger house! And a little more room in the kitchen sounds reasonable, even in a small house.

Two bathrooms? Figure out what you really want, and design your perfect house around those features. But Cheryl, what you want, and what you need are 2 very different beasts. Do you need 2 bathrooms? And, looking at this from the other half of the planet I am assuming when you say bathroom you are talking toilets. If not, and you mean bathroom as in a bath, then I think you are a victim of affluenza. If you both need to wash at the same time either get a shower with shower heads on either side or get a double usually spa bath so you can soak together.

But… build another one? This is part of the problem with the States these days. I wanna, I gotta. If so, enjoy paying the man all that extra interest on your house loan. Not two bathrooms; just two toilets. And when you have people to stay over you might just want a seperate or at least a not in demand toilet. There is a huge difference I agree on need vs want; but for some this is a need. As to bath tub vs shower—again; it depends very much on the physical needs of the owners.

Yeah—this sucks and is prob not going to change—too much to rip this all out and start again. So I use a bath seat in there and pray eveyr time that I don;t fall—the one-legged have diffferent fears than the rest of the population after all!

The ledge shown on the shower in this house would be a small issue—I would have it built with a NO barrier curb and of course non-skid tiles or flooring. That way there is no tripping hazard and no barrier to getting a knee walker in there to a bath seat—stuck with THAT for the rest of my life—or a wheelchair.

And I did like the over hanging sink—even if you don;t need a chair being able to get close to the sink is better esp for short people. Given your medical issues, then yes you can justify having 2. But my original comment was directed at cheryl.

Not that I disagree with your comments. You actually raise a number of valid points, but remember, the internals of a house, this or any other, can be changed to suit the circumstances and wishes of the individual who is buying it or having it built for them.

Especially for one who is in a wheelchair. That was one of the things we looked for when we bought this house. It has a small full bathroom and a closet toilet that is just off the mud room. I lived in one sq ft and absolutely hated it.

It was cobbled together and hard to clean easily. This house would be easy. I got claustrophobic in that house but this one I could really enjoy living in….

Though I absolutely LOVE the idea of everything on one floor climbing ladders is a big deal for someone with severe osteoarthritis of the knees. Here in the Chicago area the snow loads would, at the very least, create rot and possibly break the roof over time! By the way, I also love the idea if a Japanese soaking tub alongside the shower. Stairs up or down to get in I could handle since there would only be two or three of them.

Having a door there, leading to????? We had one in a log cabin we owned when first married and barely used it except when company came over or it was the holidays. My kids enjoy them, so that bit would stay, to humour them. The way to go, for us! How do I find that? Sue, you can order the plans so you can have your own version of this house… I posted a link further up the page. If you wanted to have architectural modifications then I would suggest purchasing it in the format that allows changes with a CAD programme.

Sometimes spending money actually saves money. In the long run. I LOVE this house! I would be interested in knowing how much it cost to build. Love the layout. Finally a semi-tiny home my wife said she could live in. A few things I note. Sure the house is staged for a photo op, but the simple addition of hand rails would make sense to me.

Another issue is climate. If the area is prone to snow and ice in the winter, the raised deck would be the first to freeze. Very slippery. And with winds, the openness could result in a search for lost deck furniture. The addition of a shed for such items when out of season would be nice. And in the same style as the house. But of course, there is the issue of parking.

The older I get, I love to have my car covered. And an aged couple may not want to scrape windows every time they leave on an errand. I realize this is on a tiny house site and most would find my recommendations excessive, but if the goal is to reduce I think we can still do that with a garage. I think it would be an invite for every cat in the neighborhood to visit. I would like to see some sort or rain barrel or cistern as the sloped roof is a great way to collect rainwater. Could be used for wastewater to operate the toilets and water the garden.

I could definately see myself if a place like this. I imagine a group of these with no vehicle access in the immediate area, ramps in place of stairs and an awesome bunch of blue-hairs riding rascal scooters from one home to the other. Lots of little square foot gardens spread around. A true retirement commune. Love it! Actually, this house is on a 2. Feel free to download the pdf file that shows this house in some ways better than what is on this page.

But there is a parking pad on the side of the house… and it would be very easy, and cheap to construct a covered car port there. Heck do it right and you could easily sneak in covering on the sides later and not have to pay the extra permit costs.

Just sneakiness ok? I wonder about the raised ceilings-depending on the location, I think it would be more difficult to heat in the winter. I love the colors and the wood, though, and agree that the plan would be just the right size for some.

Mary, speaking as a builder, we can put a handicap ramp onto a home in one afternoon. Same goes for safety bars in bathrooms; a couple of hours, max.

Bearing that in mind, I think they just might be waiting UNTIL they need it; it could be a good decade or longer before either or both require bars or ramps. My co-workers would never think of living in less than Hi, Eva. Some like it micro. Some like it mini. Some like it moderate. As you mentioned, your co-workers think sq. They are all still in their 2,, sq.

We went from a 2, sq. That is, with respect. The website is a joy and I always look forward to seeing emails from Tiny House. Next month I turn However, my I have friends that had a LARGE barn and they put a small apartment in it for hired hands that helped out during calving and harvesting their wheat.

This home is beautiful. However, I would have a concern for snow load build-up in some areas of the roof if this house was build in snow country. There are a lot of poorly designed under square foot house plans out there and also a lot of really good ones but it takes a lot of digging to find them. I am currently in the final stages of research and hoping to publish a book of well designed small homes that I have collected over the past four years.

In the next month or so, I will be contacting the various builders and architects for permission to include their homes. The time is right for a small homes to shine and be noticed. They are more affordable and needed. Good luck to you with your book. I enjoy the few that are already out there, like Susan Susanka, and the old classics.

I also had a issue with the snow-load, and the proper siting of those wind-funnel doors in a rainy environment. I lived very comfortably in a square foot house for years, with pets and kids, and wish I had not foolishly parted with that paid-for place.

Best wishes on your writing project, and hurry!!! Suggests that a Big house is desirable. If this site ONLY featured self-sustained, sq. Someone taking over 10 medications with two replaced knees might also be turned off on considering a tiny home if it ONLY means hauling pails of water up from the well and chopping your own wood.

Those homes that I resonate with, I comment upon. Going from 3, sq. Good for you! For instance, both my husband and I own companies and need separate offices. I could care less if someone can jam 27 P. Thanks Cahow. And thanks Erick for expressing yourself but it came off as hateful and you reminded me of a bully I used to know so I just had to delete it.

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I disagree on the bathtub debate. We WANT a bathtub and plan to have a walk-in tub. We do take showers most of the time, but tubs are so nice for aching muscles and joints.

I remember putting all 4 of my children through the same lot of bath water! Usually girls first — they are younger and usually less grubby. Then the boys, who could get incredibly dirty! We had quite a deep bath tub when they were small, but with 4 of them going through, I felt it was OK.

We had a big bathroom sink when baby 2 and 3 were tiny, so we bathed them in that! We had a wet room built for my elderly 82 year old mother when she came to live with us, so I could put my swimming cossie on and help her in the shower. We only have a shower now, but I would like a bath to soak in from time to time.

And to get to the point….. I love this house! I completed a sq ft home this past spring. I did have some problems with water and electric utilities as they wanted to insist I connect to their systems. They even tried to bill me, without any connections, for minimum monthly usage. Took a lawsuit to stop the greed.

Now local politicians are proposing an law to outlaw setups such as mine. With Paul here. We have a 5 gallon pressure sprayer intended for spraying fruit trees etc and use this as an outdoor shower.

A pallet forms the base, trees and hedges are 2 sides with a shed and the upen shed door the other 2. Use it whenever the weather permits. This year the Irish winter has been characterised by winds from the south so we have used it pretty much all year but last winter was cold enough the water pipes all froze so not so much.

Economic and eco friendly. I really like this floor plan, especially the largish kitchen. I want a claw foot tub for soaking, and mosaic tile in the bathroom. First I would like to say, that the photography is spectacular. The colors of the home blend, as if they belong together. This home is grand in its own rite. My compliments for the architecture and then some. I would like to see more of these kinds of homes. Please Alex stay busy and bring some more. Of course the photography is spectacular.

They were taken specifically for the architects portfolio to show prospective clients. Research bears this out. Like the floor plan, lots of light. Potentially, that is going to cause leakage and dry rot problems where the porch meets the roof valance. Here in the South the rain would create sheer havoc!! I had the same thought too, Harry. In Oregon, of all places! Other than that, the place is beautiful.

I live the spacious feel, the beautiful finish and decor, and all else. Plus, there is a wood stove in case the power goes out. Hi again, La Segunda. Not a single. Yes, my Gran had lace valances on the kitchen window but they were for a decorating touch, not blocking the view. Still no need for window covers! The raccoons will tidy up the remains. I live with my best friend in what was about a sf s rambler, until we remodeled the two car garage into a very large bedroom.

Near the BR but if you wash after you go to bed you can shut the doors for noise control. Wood is really not a good insulator, and it moves and shrinks, causing air gaps. The outside needs to have finish applied every 18 months. Lynda Davids comment was toward Alex not lynda. Also he wanted to see pics and info on small cabins.

Wood is a good insulator. If it does the builder or lumber mill did something wrong by not storing it properly or allowing it to age the proper time in the proper humidity. There are cabins over years old that have not been treated every 18 months and still are holding up very well to weather and bugs.

Its nice if you can afford to treat it every 18 months but its definitely not needed. Beautiful home! I agree with Harry Symonds regarding the backward sloping porch overhang being a problem. Also, in the drawing, what is the room on the lower left, and the small rectangle with only one door off of that?

The post mentions this being good for a couple without kids, but if that room on the lower left can be used as a bedroom, could not this be a home for a couple with a child or two adults with their own room? Our sq. No noise, very easy maintence, especially when the stuff needs to be replaced!!! The furnace that came with the cottage was from ; we found the date on it when we had to replace it a couple of years ago. So it looks like this home has both wood burning stove for heat as well as forced air for the bedrooms?

Can a whole house including separate bedrooms be heated by one wood burning stove, maybe with the use of directional fans? Nice tall cielings gives a sense of space so sq. But so far this year it has dropped into the teens and I have yet to need any heat. Never did turn on the cool cycle over the Summer even with many days in the 90s. If your home is well constructed and well insulated just normal everyday living will provide most if not all the heat you will need for a home this size.

Lawrence, where is this house built, and what kind of insulation have you used? Keep us posted through the winter please, as your experiences could be very valuable to others as well. Example: Overnight it got down to 24 degrees, I have not turned on the heat and the house remains at a comfortable 71 degrees. And that has not fluctuated as I have opened doors etc to let dogs in and out.

True as I had it milled from trees I took down when the home was being planned. Steel roof, cisterns for all water needs, solar electric and solar hot water.

All lumber came from my property and was milled on site. I built the home myself with the help of a retired carpenter and local subs for things like concrete work, electric, plumbing, etc. Never thought that at age 69 I would ever do something like this but it has been loads of fun. Sounds like feature-article material to me! Pictures at least! Lawrence, I too would love to at least see the plan for your house.

It sounds amazing. My husband and I are counting down the years til we can get our home downsized. We have children in high school for 3 more years. Then, we hope to build or buy a home that sounds like yours. Lawrence, please share! Lawrence I am very interested in your experience with having to fight for the right to be off grid.

I am planning to do the same in NC and am wondering if it will be difficult. I know your post is 2 years old, but I hope you might see this and respond. Perhaps you could email me at whwerb at hot mail dot com. The first place we rented was 2 bed and was heated by a wood burning stove which heated radiators in the other rooms, the same 2 houses on but this was 3 bed and on 2 levels.

Both these houses were in England and we had a couple of really cold winters. The last was a 3 bed 2 storey house in Ireland and this was heated by an open fire, we burned wood and peat, which again heated the rest of the house, except for the kitchen diner, with radiators. Apart from the kitchen diner which had a long outside wall with big single glazed windows and a door so it was always cold the house stayed nice and warm and burning peat means you can bank the fire so it burns warm but slow all night and is easy to clean and use embers to relight first thing next morning.

A stove, properly done, can also be banked to burn all night but more often than not the wood would burn through and go out before the morning. Love, love, love this house. Perfect size for me — actually would be larger than the house I have now sq ft and on one floor.

I have a finished upper floor which I made my bedroom when I first moved here, and a finished basement, but as I grow older, those stairs are not as much fun as they were. But stairs or not, I love my little house. Small houses rock! I love the house. One would need a claw foot tub.

Another feels the kitchen is too cramped. And another would require two bathrooms. Consider yourself lucky that you have plumbing. And the appliances too close together? And especially for someone eyeing retirement, those characteristics are worth their weight in gold.

If it was a single commenter wanting the clawfoot tub, more room in the kitchen, and two bathrooms, then yeah, maybe they need a larger house! And a little more room in the kitchen sounds reasonable, even in a small house. Two bathrooms? Figure out what you really want, and design your perfect house around those features. But Cheryl, what you want, and what you need are 2 very different beasts.

Do you need 2 bathrooms? And, looking at this from the other half of the planet I am assuming when you say bathroom you are talking toilets. If not, and you mean bathroom as in a bath, then I think you are a victim of affluenza. If you both need to wash at the same time either get a shower with shower heads on either side or get a double usually spa bath so you can soak together.

But… build another one? This is part of the problem with the States these days. I wanna, I gotta. If so, enjoy paying the man all that extra interest on your house loan. Not two bathrooms; just two toilets. And when you have people to stay over you might just want a seperate or at least a not in demand toilet.

There is a huge difference I agree on need vs want; but for some this is a need. As to bath tub vs shower—again; it depends very much on the physical needs of the owners. Yeah—this sucks and is prob not going to change—too much to rip this all out and start again. So I use a bath seat in there and pray eveyr time that I don;t fall—the one-legged have diffferent fears than the rest of the population after all!

The ledge shown on the shower in this house would be a small issue—I would have it built with a NO barrier curb and of course non-skid tiles or flooring. That way there is no tripping hazard and no barrier to getting a knee walker in there to a bath seat—stuck with THAT for the rest of my life—or a wheelchair.

And I did like the over hanging sink—even if you don;t need a chair being able to get close to the sink is better esp for short people. Given your medical issues, then yes you can justify having 2.

But my original comment was directed at cheryl. Not that I disagree with your comments. You actually raise a number of valid points, but remember, the internals of a house, this or any other, can be changed to suit the circumstances and wishes of the individual who is buying it or having it built for them.

Especially for one who is in a wheelchair. That was one of the things we looked for when we bought this house. It has a small full bathroom and a closet toilet that is just off the mud room. I lived in one sq ft and absolutely hated it. It was cobbled together and hard to clean easily. This house would be easy. I got claustrophobic in that house but this one I could really enjoy living in…. Though I absolutely LOVE the idea of everything on one floor climbing ladders is a big deal for someone with severe osteoarthritis of the knees.

Here in the Chicago area the snow loads would, at the very least, create rot and possibly break the roof over time! By the way, I also love the idea if a Japanese soaking tub alongside the shower. Stairs up or down to get in I could handle since there would only be two or three of them.

Having a door there, leading to????? We had one in a log cabin we owned when first married and barely used it except when company came over or it was the holidays.

My kids enjoy them, so that bit would stay, to humour them. The way to go, for us! How do I find that? Sue, you can order the plans so you can have your own version of this house… I posted a link further up the page. If you wanted to have architectural modifications then I would suggest purchasing it in the format that allows changes with a CAD programme.

Sometimes spending money actually saves money. In the long run. I LOVE this house! I would be interested in knowing how much it cost to build. Love the layout. Finally a semi-tiny home my wife said she could live in. A few things I note. Sure the house is staged for a photo op, but the simple addition of hand rails would make sense to me. Another issue is climate.

If the area is prone to snow and ice in the winter, the raised deck would be the first to freeze. Very slippery. And with winds, the openness could result in a search for lost deck furniture. The addition of a shed for such items when out of season would be nice. And in the same style as the house. But of course, there is the issue of parking.

The older I get, I love to have my car covered. And an aged couple may not want to scrape windows every time they leave on an errand. I realize this is on a tiny house site and most would find my recommendations excessive, but if the goal is to reduce I think we can still do that with a garage.

I think it would be an invite for every cat in the neighborhood to visit. I would like to see some sort or rain barrel or cistern as the sloped roof is a great way to collect rainwater. Could be used for wastewater to operate the toilets and water the garden. I could definately see myself if a place like this. I imagine a group of these with no vehicle access in the immediate area, ramps in place of stairs and an awesome bunch of blue-hairs riding rascal scooters from one home to the other.

Lots of little square foot gardens spread around. A true retirement commune. Love it! Actually, this house is on a 2. Feel free to download the pdf file that shows this house in some ways better than what is on this page.

But there is a parking pad on the side of the house… and it would be very easy, and cheap to construct a covered car port there. Heck do it right and you could easily sneak in covering on the sides later and not have to pay the extra permit costs. Just sneakiness ok? I wonder about the raised ceilings-depending on the location, I think it would be more difficult to heat in the winter. I love the colors and the wood, though, and agree that the plan would be just the right size for some.

Mary, speaking as a builder, we can put a handicap ramp onto a home in one afternoon. Same goes for safety bars in bathrooms; a couple of hours, max. Bearing that in mind, I think they just might be waiting UNTIL they need it; it could be a good decade or longer before either or both require bars or ramps. My co-workers would never think of living in less than Hi, Eva.

Some like it micro. Some like it mini. Some like it moderate. As you mentioned, your co-workers think sq. They are all still in their 2,, sq. We went from a 2, sq. That is, with respect. The website is a joy and I always look forward to seeing emails from Tiny House. Next month I turn However, my I have friends that had a LARGE barn and they put a small apartment in it for hired hands that helped out during calving and harvesting their wheat.

This home is beautiful. However, I would have a concern for snow load build-up in some areas of the roof if this house was build in snow country. There are a lot of poorly designed under square foot house plans out there and also a lot of really good ones but it takes a lot of digging to find them. I am currently in the final stages of research and hoping to publish a book of well designed small homes that I have collected over the past four years. In the next month or so, I will be contacting the various builders and architects for permission to include their homes.

The time is right for a small homes to shine and be noticed. They are more affordable and needed. Good luck to you with your book. I enjoy the few that are already out there, like Susan Susanka, and the old classics. I also had a issue with the snow-load, and the proper siting of those wind-funnel doors in a rainy environment. I lived very comfortably in a square foot house for years, with pets and kids, and wish I had not foolishly parted with that paid-for place.

Best wishes on your writing project, and hurry!!! Suggests that a Big house is desirable. If this site ONLY featured self-sustained, sq. Someone taking over 10 medications with two replaced knees might also be turned off on considering a tiny home if it ONLY means hauling pails of water up from the well and chopping your own wood. Those homes that I resonate with, I comment upon. Going from 3, sq. Good for you!

For instance, both my husband and I own companies and need separate offices. I could care less if someone can jam 27 P. Thanks Cahow. And thanks Erick for expressing yourself but it came off as hateful and you reminded me of a bully I used to know so I just had to delete it.

This is an open place where we should all feel comfortable sharing our opinions and thoughts in a friendly, non pushy, manner. Nobody likes having religion, ways of living, etc shoved down their throats. Please be friendly or do not bother to comment because I will just delete it. Or write a blog post or make your own YouTube video about how you feel? Hi Cahow — always enjoy reading your comments, short, long or in between.

I need some elbow room and a big kitchen and decent bath. So I am in full agreement with what you had to say. Enjoy the show, comment on the positive and leave major negativity out of it! It is all good in some manner, shape, or form. I love this house for a retirement house. I need to downsize in the next few years and would like to find out how much this house would cost to build. The only thing I would change is to not have a wood stove and is there a utility room?

There is indeed a utility or in the plans mechanical room. I like the idea of America building smaller. Most of us suffer obesity, and many times it could have been avoided if we just went outside more. I enjoy the outdoors, and decks are a good way to spark that. OMG, I just had this vision of grabbing a can of beer, opening it, moseying out to the deck and lounging in a deck chair.

Are there any plans for a tiny house or small house for families with children? I have three children and love the idea of a house like this one especially with all the outdoor living space. This house is amazing. Bad knees, bad hips, or trying to tote a squirming grandbaby up even a few steps without a railing is a very bad idea. While the multi-levels are enchanting to look at, they are potential hip and ankle-breakers. I worked in Ortho at a hospital for years, and once someone starts falling, its the beginning of the end of independence.

Stairs are pure H— and unsafe for most people after a certain age. While lovely inside, the lack of a railing could even be against code in some areas. I would also have to make sure those wind funneling doors did not face west, or they would have to stay closed the entire rainy season here in Florida.

Not sure how they would handle a snowload, either, with that focus of weight right at the entry. Been away for awhile but good to see the regulars and their wisdom. Hi, Saucy Sally! Or, Scooter Racing…whee-e-e-e-e-e-e! I talked about it much further up the comments. We met when they were barely 50 and now most are well over 70 y. So far, NONE of these folks are using anything but a cane; no walkers and no wheel chairs.

They realize that the sand is slipping out of the hour glass at an ever increasing amount. This is the problem: my client base all lives in Lincoln Park. So, the urban senior is really screwed. Oh yeah, I blew it. I now see where you and several other people commented on the railings and other access issues. I plead heat exhaustion. My 80 y. Mom could manage it with a cane for balance. My 82 y. Dad would forget about the drop-off if he were focused on a grandchild in trouble in the yard.

Neither could manage carrying anything with no railing. They are still in their own two-story home, living downstairs, on flat property. Living in a flood zone and grandfathered-in, our house is WAY up. I love my big trees and chickens and the starry sky at night. Who wants to end their days in a blasted hospital room? Your info about the people forced to leave a familiar habitat because of their aging issues hit hard. My heart aches for your Lincoln Park clientele.

I hope they can stay put, with your help. I love the feel of a book and my hands and the treasure hunt of looking up a word in the dictionary or encyclopedia. Be careful with those crank handle washers like the Wonderwash TM. Alas, for the sake of saving a dollar or two it is in fact a mediocre product. It has a sliding door to minimise noise to the body of the house. Where do you put all your books? Well, how many do you have…? Really nice design! Getting a bit older I would go for a 1 story house, a problem with most tiny houses.

I would never go for a sleeping loft, 1 slip and bam, time to go to the ER. Nice open kitchen too with lots of space, a big problem in most tiny houses. Remember ladies that the loft sleeping area could be used for storage of so many different things. Sleeping on a Murphy Bed or pull out couch is all about a good mattress. I totally love these tiny houses, mine will be put on skids and a few cement blocks to keep it high off the ground.

Snow here winters is over inches and summer is snakes and skunks. He agrees. Love the openess of it as well as all the exits, deck and porch. There are maybe a couple of things I would change but overall perfect.

This is more the size I would want. Hi, Dorothy. Pour a glass of your favourite beverage, sit back, drool over the various plans you see and then click on any photos you admire to take you right to the sight. Many of the plans with loft bedrooms are lovely but impractical in my opinion, especially for older people. I think this house is a perfect compromise. Jerry: LOVE what you wrote, above. First, I am not a builder competing with anyone for a sale.

Two aspects of this design which will contribute toward higher first costs are the number of corners that will need to be framed…. I count Do they contribute to more interesting character?

Are they necessary? Not likely. A simple low gable would provide drama without the hassles. There are 3 exterior doors and 8 or 9 interior doors. Also expensive. Not impressed. Firstly, omitting the mechanical room door, there are 2 exterior outward opening doors, one being the front door and the other being the door from kitchen area to the deck. There is one inward opening door to the deck in the master bedroom, which is what the client wanted.

The interior of the house has 4 swinging doors, including 1 double door set for the guest bedroom. You comment about the number of corners and question are they necessary? As for the roof line, well I am sure that the architect knew what he was doing, it is after all built in his locale.

Maintenance is not an issue as I have seen numerous houses with this style roof in New Zealand. And remember, all things considered, you get what you pay for. And, no one ever regrets buying quality. Love love it! So well done and gorgeous. Love the light and the feeling of space and coziness at the same time. Slap my hand. This is a fantastic example of the notion that you can have a spacious, livable, and beautiful home in less than 1, square feet.

Love the bathtub haters vs. And the thought of cleaning them…. I also would need 2 bathrooms if living with someone but it is usually the toilet that is the real issue of needing 2 bathrooms for most. Or a back to back area with 2 toilets and shared shower. That part has to stay out of my space. Would rather share a toilet I think.

Wondering what wall color was used throughout the house? Ask the architect. For those concerned about the porch cover draining back to the house… it looks like it drains into a gutter shared with the house itself. A global rationality expresses that the less the messiness, the better the vitality, and that is by all accounts valid with little square feet house designs.

We quite often wind up dumping under-utilized or undesirable stuff in wardrobes and somewhere else if the floor design space is sufficiently huge. Then again, if the space is minimized, for eg square feet house plans , we may invest energy in picking the vital garments, devices, and gear to store. This gives us a chance to like our home.

What's more, all things considered, would it say it isn't smarter to keep up a modest house as opposed to slaughtering every one of the ends of the week in cleaning up a lavish house?

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Sounds like feature-article material to me! Pictures at least! Lawrence, I too would love to at least see the plan for your house. It sounds amazing. My husband and I are counting down the years til we can get our home downsized. We have children in high school for 3 more years. Then, we hope to build or buy a home that sounds like yours.

Lawrence, please share! Lawrence I am very interested in your experience with having to fight for the right to be off grid. I am planning to do the same in NC and am wondering if it will be difficult.

I know your post is 2 years old, but I hope you might see this and respond. Perhaps you could email me at whwerb at hot mail dot com. The first place we rented was 2 bed and was heated by a wood burning stove which heated radiators in the other rooms, the same 2 houses on but this was 3 bed and on 2 levels. Both these houses were in England and we had a couple of really cold winters. The last was a 3 bed 2 storey house in Ireland and this was heated by an open fire, we burned wood and peat, which again heated the rest of the house, except for the kitchen diner, with radiators.

Apart from the kitchen diner which had a long outside wall with big single glazed windows and a door so it was always cold the house stayed nice and warm and burning peat means you can bank the fire so it burns warm but slow all night and is easy to clean and use embers to relight first thing next morning.

A stove, properly done, can also be banked to burn all night but more often than not the wood would burn through and go out before the morning. Love, love, love this house. Perfect size for me — actually would be larger than the house I have now sq ft and on one floor.

I have a finished upper floor which I made my bedroom when I first moved here, and a finished basement, but as I grow older, those stairs are not as much fun as they were. But stairs or not, I love my little house. Small houses rock! I love the house. One would need a claw foot tub. Another feels the kitchen is too cramped. And another would require two bathrooms. Consider yourself lucky that you have plumbing. And the appliances too close together?

And especially for someone eyeing retirement, those characteristics are worth their weight in gold. If it was a single commenter wanting the clawfoot tub, more room in the kitchen, and two bathrooms, then yeah, maybe they need a larger house!

And a little more room in the kitchen sounds reasonable, even in a small house. Two bathrooms? Figure out what you really want, and design your perfect house around those features. But Cheryl, what you want, and what you need are 2 very different beasts. Do you need 2 bathrooms? And, looking at this from the other half of the planet I am assuming when you say bathroom you are talking toilets. If not, and you mean bathroom as in a bath, then I think you are a victim of affluenza.

If you both need to wash at the same time either get a shower with shower heads on either side or get a double usually spa bath so you can soak together. But… build another one? This is part of the problem with the States these days. I wanna, I gotta. If so, enjoy paying the man all that extra interest on your house loan. Not two bathrooms; just two toilets. And when you have people to stay over you might just want a seperate or at least a not in demand toilet.

There is a huge difference I agree on need vs want; but for some this is a need. As to bath tub vs shower—again; it depends very much on the physical needs of the owners. Yeah—this sucks and is prob not going to change—too much to rip this all out and start again. So I use a bath seat in there and pray eveyr time that I don;t fall—the one-legged have diffferent fears than the rest of the population after all!

The ledge shown on the shower in this house would be a small issue—I would have it built with a NO barrier curb and of course non-skid tiles or flooring. That way there is no tripping hazard and no barrier to getting a knee walker in there to a bath seat—stuck with THAT for the rest of my life—or a wheelchair.

And I did like the over hanging sink—even if you don;t need a chair being able to get close to the sink is better esp for short people. Given your medical issues, then yes you can justify having 2. But my original comment was directed at cheryl. Not that I disagree with your comments. You actually raise a number of valid points, but remember, the internals of a house, this or any other, can be changed to suit the circumstances and wishes of the individual who is buying it or having it built for them.

Especially for one who is in a wheelchair. That was one of the things we looked for when we bought this house. It has a small full bathroom and a closet toilet that is just off the mud room. I lived in one sq ft and absolutely hated it.

It was cobbled together and hard to clean easily. This house would be easy. I got claustrophobic in that house but this one I could really enjoy living in…. Though I absolutely LOVE the idea of everything on one floor climbing ladders is a big deal for someone with severe osteoarthritis of the knees. Here in the Chicago area the snow loads would, at the very least, create rot and possibly break the roof over time!

By the way, I also love the idea if a Japanese soaking tub alongside the shower. Stairs up or down to get in I could handle since there would only be two or three of them. Having a door there, leading to?????

We had one in a log cabin we owned when first married and barely used it except when company came over or it was the holidays. My kids enjoy them, so that bit would stay, to humour them. The way to go, for us! How do I find that? Sue, you can order the plans so you can have your own version of this house… I posted a link further up the page.

If you wanted to have architectural modifications then I would suggest purchasing it in the format that allows changes with a CAD programme.

Sometimes spending money actually saves money. In the long run. I LOVE this house! I would be interested in knowing how much it cost to build. Love the layout. Finally a semi-tiny home my wife said she could live in. A few things I note.

Sure the house is staged for a photo op, but the simple addition of hand rails would make sense to me. Another issue is climate. If the area is prone to snow and ice in the winter, the raised deck would be the first to freeze. Very slippery. And with winds, the openness could result in a search for lost deck furniture.

The addition of a shed for such items when out of season would be nice. And in the same style as the house. But of course, there is the issue of parking. The older I get, I love to have my car covered. And an aged couple may not want to scrape windows every time they leave on an errand.

I realize this is on a tiny house site and most would find my recommendations excessive, but if the goal is to reduce I think we can still do that with a garage. I think it would be an invite for every cat in the neighborhood to visit. I would like to see some sort or rain barrel or cistern as the sloped roof is a great way to collect rainwater.

Could be used for wastewater to operate the toilets and water the garden. I could definately see myself if a place like this. I imagine a group of these with no vehicle access in the immediate area, ramps in place of stairs and an awesome bunch of blue-hairs riding rascal scooters from one home to the other.

Lots of little square foot gardens spread around. A true retirement commune. Love it! Actually, this house is on a 2. Feel free to download the pdf file that shows this house in some ways better than what is on this page. But there is a parking pad on the side of the house… and it would be very easy, and cheap to construct a covered car port there. Heck do it right and you could easily sneak in covering on the sides later and not have to pay the extra permit costs.

Just sneakiness ok? I wonder about the raised ceilings-depending on the location, I think it would be more difficult to heat in the winter. I love the colors and the wood, though, and agree that the plan would be just the right size for some. Mary, speaking as a builder, we can put a handicap ramp onto a home in one afternoon. Same goes for safety bars in bathrooms; a couple of hours, max. Bearing that in mind, I think they just might be waiting UNTIL they need it; it could be a good decade or longer before either or both require bars or ramps.

My co-workers would never think of living in less than Hi, Eva. Some like it micro. Some like it mini. Some like it moderate. As you mentioned, your co-workers think sq. They are all still in their 2,, sq. We went from a 2, sq.

That is, with respect. The website is a joy and I always look forward to seeing emails from Tiny House. Next month I turn However, my I have friends that had a LARGE barn and they put a small apartment in it for hired hands that helped out during calving and harvesting their wheat.

This home is beautiful. However, I would have a concern for snow load build-up in some areas of the roof if this house was build in snow country. There are a lot of poorly designed under square foot house plans out there and also a lot of really good ones but it takes a lot of digging to find them. I am currently in the final stages of research and hoping to publish a book of well designed small homes that I have collected over the past four years.

In the next month or so, I will be contacting the various builders and architects for permission to include their homes. The time is right for a small homes to shine and be noticed.

They are more affordable and needed. Good luck to you with your book. I enjoy the few that are already out there, like Susan Susanka, and the old classics.

I also had a issue with the snow-load, and the proper siting of those wind-funnel doors in a rainy environment. I lived very comfortably in a square foot house for years, with pets and kids, and wish I had not foolishly parted with that paid-for place. Best wishes on your writing project, and hurry!!! Suggests that a Big house is desirable. If this site ONLY featured self-sustained, sq.

Someone taking over 10 medications with two replaced knees might also be turned off on considering a tiny home if it ONLY means hauling pails of water up from the well and chopping your own wood.

Those homes that I resonate with, I comment upon. Going from 3, sq. Good for you! For instance, both my husband and I own companies and need separate offices. I could care less if someone can jam 27 P.

Thanks Cahow. And thanks Erick for expressing yourself but it came off as hateful and you reminded me of a bully I used to know so I just had to delete it. This is an open place where we should all feel comfortable sharing our opinions and thoughts in a friendly, non pushy, manner.

Nobody likes having religion, ways of living, etc shoved down their throats. Please be friendly or do not bother to comment because I will just delete it. Or write a blog post or make your own YouTube video about how you feel? Hi Cahow — always enjoy reading your comments, short, long or in between.

I need some elbow room and a big kitchen and decent bath. So I am in full agreement with what you had to say. Enjoy the show, comment on the positive and leave major negativity out of it! It is all good in some manner, shape, or form. I love this house for a retirement house.

I need to downsize in the next few years and would like to find out how much this house would cost to build. The only thing I would change is to not have a wood stove and is there a utility room? There is indeed a utility or in the plans mechanical room. I like the idea of America building smaller. Most of us suffer obesity, and many times it could have been avoided if we just went outside more. I enjoy the outdoors, and decks are a good way to spark that.

OMG, I just had this vision of grabbing a can of beer, opening it, moseying out to the deck and lounging in a deck chair. Are there any plans for a tiny house or small house for families with children?

I have three children and love the idea of a house like this one especially with all the outdoor living space. This house is amazing. Bad knees, bad hips, or trying to tote a squirming grandbaby up even a few steps without a railing is a very bad idea.

While the multi-levels are enchanting to look at, they are potential hip and ankle-breakers. I worked in Ortho at a hospital for years, and once someone starts falling, its the beginning of the end of independence. Stairs are pure H— and unsafe for most people after a certain age. While lovely inside, the lack of a railing could even be against code in some areas. I would also have to make sure those wind funneling doors did not face west, or they would have to stay closed the entire rainy season here in Florida.

Not sure how they would handle a snowload, either, with that focus of weight right at the entry. Been away for awhile but good to see the regulars and their wisdom.

Hi, Saucy Sally! Or, Scooter Racing…whee-e-e-e-e-e-e! I talked about it much further up the comments. We met when they were barely 50 and now most are well over 70 y.

So far, NONE of these folks are using anything but a cane; no walkers and no wheel chairs. They realize that the sand is slipping out of the hour glass at an ever increasing amount. This is the problem: my client base all lives in Lincoln Park. So, the urban senior is really screwed. Oh yeah, I blew it. I now see where you and several other people commented on the railings and other access issues. I plead heat exhaustion. My 80 y. Mom could manage it with a cane for balance.

My 82 y. Dad would forget about the drop-off if he were focused on a grandchild in trouble in the yard. Neither could manage carrying anything with no railing. They are still in their own two-story home, living downstairs, on flat property. Living in a flood zone and grandfathered-in, our house is WAY up. I love my big trees and chickens and the starry sky at night.

Who wants to end their days in a blasted hospital room? Your info about the people forced to leave a familiar habitat because of their aging issues hit hard.

My heart aches for your Lincoln Park clientele. I hope they can stay put, with your help. I love the feel of a book and my hands and the treasure hunt of looking up a word in the dictionary or encyclopedia.

Be careful with those crank handle washers like the Wonderwash TM. Alas, for the sake of saving a dollar or two it is in fact a mediocre product. It has a sliding door to minimise noise to the body of the house. Where do you put all your books? Well, how many do you have…? Really nice design! Getting a bit older I would go for a 1 story house, a problem with most tiny houses. I would never go for a sleeping loft, 1 slip and bam, time to go to the ER. Nice open kitchen too with lots of space, a big problem in most tiny houses.

Remember ladies that the loft sleeping area could be used for storage of so many different things. Sleeping on a Murphy Bed or pull out couch is all about a good mattress. I totally love these tiny houses, mine will be put on skids and a few cement blocks to keep it high off the ground.

Snow here winters is over inches and summer is snakes and skunks. He agrees. Love the openess of it as well as all the exits, deck and porch. There are maybe a couple of things I would change but overall perfect. This is more the size I would want. Hi, Dorothy.

Pour a glass of your favourite beverage, sit back, drool over the various plans you see and then click on any photos you admire to take you right to the sight. Many of the plans with loft bedrooms are lovely but impractical in my opinion, especially for older people. I think this house is a perfect compromise. Jerry: LOVE what you wrote, above. First, I am not a builder competing with anyone for a sale. Want to talk to an expert? Call us at Canadian customers, please call to discuss modifications.

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We quite often wind up dumping under-utilized or undesirable stuff in wardrobes and somewhere else if the floor design space is sufficiently huge. Then again, if the space is minimized, for eg square feet house plans , we may invest energy in picking the vital garments, devices, and gear to store.

This gives us a chance to like our home. What's more, all things considered, would it say it isn't smarter to keep up a modest house as opposed to slaughtering every one of the ends of the week in cleaning up a lavish house? Save time can simply be changed over into quality time for some better reason. You've already submitted the lead. Home Designs. Design Filter.

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Or, if it takes yer fancy, a Sauna. Whatever trips yer trigger. I need my bathtub and take a nice hot bath almost every night. Need a hot bath nearly every night??? Tubs are also not Eco-Friendly, in the sheer volume of water that must be run to fill one adequately. An average bath requires gallons of water. The average shower of four minutes with an old shower head uses 20 gallons of water. With a low-flow shower head, only 10 gallons of water is used. If only more people cared about things like that.

They lived in a desert area and had a cistern for water for many years, so they knew how to conserve water. The small house I live in now has a mini-tub too, so even more water is saved. Least dirty me , then Gran, then Uncle and last poor Granpa. I love tubs but can no longer bend my knees to get into one. LOL If you claim that one gallon of water poured over your sweaty body gets you sparkling clean, more power to ya. I also do not put a lot of water in my tub but do put enough to just cover my hips.

I have RA and it is one of the few things that actually helps me from totally freezing up. All our water is reused in the gardens and orchard so none goes to waste. We practice permaculture on our homestead.

I disagree on the bathtub debate. We WANT a bathtub and plan to have a walk-in tub. We do take showers most of the time, but tubs are so nice for aching muscles and joints. I remember putting all 4 of my children through the same lot of bath water! Usually girls first — they are younger and usually less grubby. Then the boys, who could get incredibly dirty! We had quite a deep bath tub when they were small, but with 4 of them going through, I felt it was OK.

We had a big bathroom sink when baby 2 and 3 were tiny, so we bathed them in that! We had a wet room built for my elderly 82 year old mother when she came to live with us, so I could put my swimming cossie on and help her in the shower.

We only have a shower now, but I would like a bath to soak in from time to time. And to get to the point….. I love this house! I completed a sq ft home this past spring.

I did have some problems with water and electric utilities as they wanted to insist I connect to their systems. They even tried to bill me, without any connections, for minimum monthly usage.

Took a lawsuit to stop the greed. Now local politicians are proposing an law to outlaw setups such as mine. With Paul here.

We have a 5 gallon pressure sprayer intended for spraying fruit trees etc and use this as an outdoor shower. A pallet forms the base, trees and hedges are 2 sides with a shed and the upen shed door the other 2. Use it whenever the weather permits. This year the Irish winter has been characterised by winds from the south so we have used it pretty much all year but last winter was cold enough the water pipes all froze so not so much.

Economic and eco friendly. I really like this floor plan, especially the largish kitchen. I want a claw foot tub for soaking, and mosaic tile in the bathroom. First I would like to say, that the photography is spectacular.

The colors of the home blend, as if they belong together. This home is grand in its own rite. My compliments for the architecture and then some. I would like to see more of these kinds of homes. Please Alex stay busy and bring some more. Of course the photography is spectacular. They were taken specifically for the architects portfolio to show prospective clients.

Research bears this out. Like the floor plan, lots of light. Potentially, that is going to cause leakage and dry rot problems where the porch meets the roof valance.

Here in the South the rain would create sheer havoc!! I had the same thought too, Harry. In Oregon, of all places! Other than that, the place is beautiful. I live the spacious feel, the beautiful finish and decor, and all else. Plus, there is a wood stove in case the power goes out. Hi again, La Segunda. Not a single. Yes, my Gran had lace valances on the kitchen window but they were for a decorating touch, not blocking the view.

Still no need for window covers! The raccoons will tidy up the remains. I live with my best friend in what was about a sf s rambler, until we remodeled the two car garage into a very large bedroom. Near the BR but if you wash after you go to bed you can shut the doors for noise control. Wood is really not a good insulator, and it moves and shrinks, causing air gaps. The outside needs to have finish applied every 18 months. Lynda Davids comment was toward Alex not lynda. Also he wanted to see pics and info on small cabins.

Wood is a good insulator. If it does the builder or lumber mill did something wrong by not storing it properly or allowing it to age the proper time in the proper humidity. There are cabins over years old that have not been treated every 18 months and still are holding up very well to weather and bugs.

Its nice if you can afford to treat it every 18 months but its definitely not needed. Beautiful home! I agree with Harry Symonds regarding the backward sloping porch overhang being a problem. Also, in the drawing, what is the room on the lower left, and the small rectangle with only one door off of that?

The post mentions this being good for a couple without kids, but if that room on the lower left can be used as a bedroom, could not this be a home for a couple with a child or two adults with their own room?

Our sq. No noise, very easy maintence, especially when the stuff needs to be replaced!!! The furnace that came with the cottage was from ; we found the date on it when we had to replace it a couple of years ago. So it looks like this home has both wood burning stove for heat as well as forced air for the bedrooms? Can a whole house including separate bedrooms be heated by one wood burning stove, maybe with the use of directional fans? Nice tall cielings gives a sense of space so sq.

But so far this year it has dropped into the teens and I have yet to need any heat. Never did turn on the cool cycle over the Summer even with many days in the 90s. If your home is well constructed and well insulated just normal everyday living will provide most if not all the heat you will need for a home this size.

Lawrence, where is this house built, and what kind of insulation have you used? Keep us posted through the winter please, as your experiences could be very valuable to others as well. Example: Overnight it got down to 24 degrees, I have not turned on the heat and the house remains at a comfortable 71 degrees.

And that has not fluctuated as I have opened doors etc to let dogs in and out. True as I had it milled from trees I took down when the home was being planned. Steel roof, cisterns for all water needs, solar electric and solar hot water. All lumber came from my property and was milled on site.

I built the home myself with the help of a retired carpenter and local subs for things like concrete work, electric, plumbing, etc. Never thought that at age 69 I would ever do something like this but it has been loads of fun. Sounds like feature-article material to me! Pictures at least!

Lawrence, I too would love to at least see the plan for your house. It sounds amazing. My husband and I are counting down the years til we can get our home downsized. We have children in high school for 3 more years. Then, we hope to build or buy a home that sounds like yours. Lawrence, please share! Lawrence I am very interested in your experience with having to fight for the right to be off grid. I am planning to do the same in NC and am wondering if it will be difficult.

I know your post is 2 years old, but I hope you might see this and respond. Perhaps you could email me at whwerb at hot mail dot com. The first place we rented was 2 bed and was heated by a wood burning stove which heated radiators in the other rooms, the same 2 houses on but this was 3 bed and on 2 levels. Both these houses were in England and we had a couple of really cold winters. The last was a 3 bed 2 storey house in Ireland and this was heated by an open fire, we burned wood and peat, which again heated the rest of the house, except for the kitchen diner, with radiators.

Apart from the kitchen diner which had a long outside wall with big single glazed windows and a door so it was always cold the house stayed nice and warm and burning peat means you can bank the fire so it burns warm but slow all night and is easy to clean and use embers to relight first thing next morning. A stove, properly done, can also be banked to burn all night but more often than not the wood would burn through and go out before the morning.

Love, love, love this house. Perfect size for me — actually would be larger than the house I have now sq ft and on one floor. I have a finished upper floor which I made my bedroom when I first moved here, and a finished basement, but as I grow older, those stairs are not as much fun as they were.

But stairs or not, I love my little house. Small houses rock! I love the house. One would need a claw foot tub. Another feels the kitchen is too cramped. And another would require two bathrooms. Consider yourself lucky that you have plumbing. And the appliances too close together? And especially for someone eyeing retirement, those characteristics are worth their weight in gold. If it was a single commenter wanting the clawfoot tub, more room in the kitchen, and two bathrooms, then yeah, maybe they need a larger house!

And a little more room in the kitchen sounds reasonable, even in a small house. Two bathrooms? Figure out what you really want, and design your perfect house around those features. But Cheryl, what you want, and what you need are 2 very different beasts.

Do you need 2 bathrooms? And, looking at this from the other half of the planet I am assuming when you say bathroom you are talking toilets. If not, and you mean bathroom as in a bath, then I think you are a victim of affluenza.

If you both need to wash at the same time either get a shower with shower heads on either side or get a double usually spa bath so you can soak together. But… build another one? This is part of the problem with the States these days. I wanna, I gotta. If so, enjoy paying the man all that extra interest on your house loan. Not two bathrooms; just two toilets. And when you have people to stay over you might just want a seperate or at least a not in demand toilet.

There is a huge difference I agree on need vs want; but for some this is a need. As to bath tub vs shower—again; it depends very much on the physical needs of the owners. Yeah—this sucks and is prob not going to change—too much to rip this all out and start again. So I use a bath seat in there and pray eveyr time that I don;t fall—the one-legged have diffferent fears than the rest of the population after all!

The ledge shown on the shower in this house would be a small issue—I would have it built with a NO barrier curb and of course non-skid tiles or flooring. That way there is no tripping hazard and no barrier to getting a knee walker in there to a bath seat—stuck with THAT for the rest of my life—or a wheelchair.

And I did like the over hanging sink—even if you don;t need a chair being able to get close to the sink is better esp for short people.

Given your medical issues, then yes you can justify having 2. But my original comment was directed at cheryl. Not that I disagree with your comments. You actually raise a number of valid points, but remember, the internals of a house, this or any other, can be changed to suit the circumstances and wishes of the individual who is buying it or having it built for them.

Especially for one who is in a wheelchair. That was one of the things we looked for when we bought this house. It has a small full bathroom and a closet toilet that is just off the mud room. I lived in one sq ft and absolutely hated it. It was cobbled together and hard to clean easily.

This house would be easy. I got claustrophobic in that house but this one I could really enjoy living in…. Though I absolutely LOVE the idea of everything on one floor climbing ladders is a big deal for someone with severe osteoarthritis of the knees.

Here in the Chicago area the snow loads would, at the very least, create rot and possibly break the roof over time! By the way, I also love the idea if a Japanese soaking tub alongside the shower. Stairs up or down to get in I could handle since there would only be two or three of them. Having a door there, leading to?????

We had one in a log cabin we owned when first married and barely used it except when company came over or it was the holidays. My kids enjoy them, so that bit would stay, to humour them. The way to go, for us! How do I find that? Sue, you can order the plans so you can have your own version of this house… I posted a link further up the page.

If you wanted to have architectural modifications then I would suggest purchasing it in the format that allows changes with a CAD programme. Sometimes spending money actually saves money. In the long run. I LOVE this house! I would be interested in knowing how much it cost to build. Love the layout. Finally a semi-tiny home my wife said she could live in. A few things I note. Sure the house is staged for a photo op, but the simple addition of hand rails would make sense to me. Another issue is climate.

If the area is prone to snow and ice in the winter, the raised deck would be the first to freeze. Very slippery. And with winds, the openness could result in a search for lost deck furniture. The addition of a shed for such items when out of season would be nice. And in the same style as the house. But of course, there is the issue of parking. The older I get, I love to have my car covered.

And an aged couple may not want to scrape windows every time they leave on an errand. I realize this is on a tiny house site and most would find my recommendations excessive, but if the goal is to reduce I think we can still do that with a garage. I think it would be an invite for every cat in the neighborhood to visit. I would like to see some sort or rain barrel or cistern as the sloped roof is a great way to collect rainwater. Could be used for wastewater to operate the toilets and water the garden.

I could definately see myself if a place like this. I imagine a group of these with no vehicle access in the immediate area, ramps in place of stairs and an awesome bunch of blue-hairs riding rascal scooters from one home to the other. Lots of little square foot gardens spread around. A true retirement commune. Love it! Actually, this house is on a 2. Feel free to download the pdf file that shows this house in some ways better than what is on this page. But there is a parking pad on the side of the house… and it would be very easy, and cheap to construct a covered car port there.

Heck do it right and you could easily sneak in covering on the sides later and not have to pay the extra permit costs. Just sneakiness ok? I wonder about the raised ceilings-depending on the location, I think it would be more difficult to heat in the winter.

I love the colors and the wood, though, and agree that the plan would be just the right size for some. Mary, speaking as a builder, we can put a handicap ramp onto a home in one afternoon. Same goes for safety bars in bathrooms; a couple of hours, max. Bearing that in mind, I think they just might be waiting UNTIL they need it; it could be a good decade or longer before either or both require bars or ramps.

My co-workers would never think of living in less than Hi, Eva. Some like it micro. Some like it mini. Some like it moderate. As you mentioned, your co-workers think sq. They are all still in their 2,, sq. We went from a 2, sq. That is, with respect. The website is a joy and I always look forward to seeing emails from Tiny House.

Next month I turn However, my I have friends that had a LARGE barn and they put a small apartment in it for hired hands that helped out during calving and harvesting their wheat.

This home is beautiful. However, I would have a concern for snow load build-up in some areas of the roof if this house was build in snow country. There are a lot of poorly designed under square foot house plans out there and also a lot of really good ones but it takes a lot of digging to find them.

I am currently in the final stages of research and hoping to publish a book of well designed small homes that I have collected over the past four years. In the next month or so, I will be contacting the various builders and architects for permission to include their homes.

The time is right for a small homes to shine and be noticed. They are more affordable and needed. Good luck to you with your book. I enjoy the few that are already out there, like Susan Susanka, and the old classics.

I also had a issue with the snow-load, and the proper siting of those wind-funnel doors in a rainy environment. I lived very comfortably in a square foot house for years, with pets and kids, and wish I had not foolishly parted with that paid-for place. Best wishes on your writing project, and hurry!!!

Suggests that a Big house is desirable. If this site ONLY featured self-sustained, sq. Someone taking over 10 medications with two replaced knees might also be turned off on considering a tiny home if it ONLY means hauling pails of water up from the well and chopping your own wood.

Those homes that I resonate with, I comment upon. Going from 3, sq. Good for you! For instance, both my husband and I own companies and need separate offices. I could care less if someone can jam 27 P. Thanks Cahow.

And thanks Erick for expressing yourself but it came off as hateful and you reminded me of a bully I used to know so I just had to delete it. This is an open place where we should all feel comfortable sharing our opinions and thoughts in a friendly, non pushy, manner.

Nobody likes having religion, ways of living, etc shoved down their throats. Please be friendly or do not bother to comment because I will just delete it. Or write a blog post or make your own YouTube video about how you feel? Hi Cahow — always enjoy reading your comments, short, long or in between. I need some elbow room and a big kitchen and decent bath. So I am in full agreement with what you had to say.

Enjoy the show, comment on the positive and leave major negativity out of it! It is all good in some manner, shape, or form. I love this house for a retirement house. I need to downsize in the next few years and would like to find out how much this house would cost to build.

The only thing I would change is to not have a wood stove and is there a utility room? There is indeed a utility or in the plans mechanical room. I like the idea of America building smaller. Most of us suffer obesity, and many times it could have been avoided if we just went outside more. I enjoy the outdoors, and decks are a good way to spark that.

OMG, I just had this vision of grabbing a can of beer, opening it, moseying out to the deck and lounging in a deck chair. Are there any plans for a tiny house or small house for families with children?

I have three children and love the idea of a house like this one especially with all the outdoor living space. This house is amazing. Bad knees, bad hips, or trying to tote a squirming grandbaby up even a few steps without a railing is a very bad idea.

While the multi-levels are enchanting to look at, they are potential hip and ankle-breakers. I worked in Ortho at a hospital for years, and once someone starts falling, its the beginning of the end of independence. Stairs are pure H— and unsafe for most people after a certain age. While lovely inside, the lack of a railing could even be against code in some areas. I would also have to make sure those wind funneling doors did not face west, or they would have to stay closed the entire rainy season here in Florida.

Not sure how they would handle a snowload, either, with that focus of weight right at the entry. Been away for awhile but good to see the regulars and their wisdom. Hi, Saucy Sally! Or, Scooter Racing…whee-e-e-e-e-e-e! I talked about it much further up the comments. We met when they were barely 50 and now most are well over 70 y. So far, NONE of these folks are using anything but a cane; no walkers and no wheel chairs.

They realize that the sand is slipping out of the hour glass at an ever increasing amount. This is the problem: my client base all lives in Lincoln Park. So, the urban senior is really screwed.

Oh yeah, I blew it. I now see where you and several other people commented on the railings and other access issues. I plead heat exhaustion. My 80 y. Mom could manage it with a cane for balance. My 82 y. Dad would forget about the drop-off if he were focused on a grandchild in trouble in the yard. Neither could manage carrying anything with no railing. They are still in their own two-story home, living downstairs, on flat property.

Living in a flood zone and grandfathered-in, our house is WAY up. I love my big trees and chickens and the starry sky at night. Who wants to end their days in a blasted hospital room? Your info about the people forced to leave a familiar habitat because of their aging issues hit hard. My heart aches for your Lincoln Park clientele. I hope they can stay put, with your help. I love the feel of a book and my hands and the treasure hunt of looking up a word in the dictionary or encyclopedia.

Be careful with those crank handle washers like the Wonderwash TM. Alas, for the sake of saving a dollar or two it is in fact a mediocre product.

It has a sliding door to minimise noise to the body of the house. Where do you put all your books? Well, how many do you have…? Really nice design! Getting a bit older I would go for a 1 story house, a problem with most tiny houses. I would never go for a sleeping loft, 1 slip and bam, time to go to the ER. Nice open kitchen too with lots of space, a big problem in most tiny houses.

Remember ladies that the loft sleeping area could be used for storage of so many different things. Sleeping on a Murphy Bed or pull out couch is all about a good mattress.

I totally love these tiny houses, mine will be put on skids and a few cement blocks to keep it high off the ground.

Snow here winters is over inches and summer is snakes and skunks. He agrees. Love the openess of it as well as all the exits, deck and porch.

There are maybe a couple of things I would change but overall perfect. This is more the size I would want. Hi, Dorothy. Pour a glass of your favourite beverage, sit back, drool over the various plans you see and then click on any photos you admire to take you right to the sight. Many of the plans with loft bedrooms are lovely but impractical in my opinion, especially for older people.

I think this house is a perfect compromise. Jerry: LOVE what you wrote, above. First, I am not a builder competing with anyone for a sale. Two aspects of this design which will contribute toward higher first costs are the number of corners that will need to be framed…. I count Do they contribute to more interesting character? Are they necessary? Not likely. A simple low gable would provide drama without the hassles. There are 3 exterior doors and 8 or 9 interior doors.

Also expensive. Not impressed. Firstly, omitting the mechanical room door, there are 2 exterior outward opening doors, one being the front door and the other being the door from kitchen area to the deck. There is one inward opening door to the deck in the master bedroom, which is what the client wanted. The interior of the house has 4 swinging doors, including 1 double door set for the guest bedroom. You comment about the number of corners and question are they necessary?

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List of Square Feet 2 BHK Modern Home Design The Plan aims at making the best use of space to suit the needs of the family in the best. Looking for a small house plan under square feet? America's Best House Plans has a large collection of small floor plans and tiny home designs. Our tiny house floor plans are all less than 1, square feet, but they still Hi Carl, We were told we could build a sq ft second home on our property and.

Prior to that, I lived in a sq. It was an adjustment for sure, but one that was easy for me. Once I tossed excess possessions, I fit right into the lifestyle change. Unfortunately, In , I had to leave the house behind, and return to Louisiana to do the family elder-care thing, which is still on-going.

As I have thought about returning to what is paradise for me, I find myself not wanting to make the 20 minute drive from the gate of the neighborhood to the house once or twice a day. I have a couple of people interested in the house, and I may sell it and try one a bit smaller.

Finding your blog, Alex, has made me even more sure that is what I will do. I picture something like this on a creek or river, still in Colorado, and not painted yellow! Thanks for all of the great finds you show to everyone. How much does this house cost to build? I love the design and the space. Me and my Wife are going to be moving off the grid here in a couple years and this house would be perfect. It has 2 bedroom and the back porch has been closed in for the furnace and and hot water heater and washer dryer.

I love my house and the four cats have more room to roam. I still dream of a tiny house. Congratulations, Jerilyn!!!! We went from 2, to sq. Plus, we have a large family at hand and many friends who want to visit and stay the night.

A sq. Is it limited to a certain width or square footage? Are certain fixtures not allowed? Are points given if you can cram a dishwasher in it? Which one we choose to live in is indeed an individual choice, and we can also freely bicker on here about what we would change on the ideas presented here.

And it is now also okay for us old hippies to admit we want more room for our bad knees and weaving looms and sewing machines than sq. Good for you and your cats on a great deal. I wish you many years enjoying your home. Hi, Sally! All of your thoughts are SO bang on. And YOU have a loom, too?

What kind? Do we have a Secret Handshake? And of course, we must ALL spin a tall tale of being one of the rarefied individuals who actually attended Woodstock. Love love this house design.

Whats the room with the frosted doors? Is it another bedroom? Id like to see the room measurements. The only change I would add is another door into the bathroom in order to give the master bedroom its own access. I love open floor plans and lots of wood. I, also, love a lot of light. Our home is larger than that one, but we have a lot of windows, which I love.

The bathroom is functional but elegant. I like the new style of showers — lots of room, walk-in with no doors and drain on the floor. There is nothing more irritating than trying to clean shower doors and with tracks.

This has to be one of my favorite designs! We lived in a square foot house with our four kids. This house seems downright luxurious if intended for only two people! I loved it so much that even when the city refused to allow it too small sq ft.

Hi Debra. Or any details about changes that you made in building materials and design to achieve this? As designer of homes in have hundreds of to livable but simple ready to market.

This is a fantastically thought out,if somewhat lavish home I certainly can appreciate. Much thought and love Shows in its design. Very well done. We are beginning to transition to retirement, so sf looks very nice to me. We currently own a 4, sf home in which we have our businesses, and a summer place which is a sf park model. After a week there, it feels great to go back to elbow room, but I think that is something I could live in full time.

Thank you for sharing this beautiful property. My wife and I have designed and are building one ourselves right now on our rural property in East Texas. Well done! Lots of comments, here I love it…! So yes it does command such a price…! A great house, live well and retire happy and make everyday you live in this house even more special then the day you settled in….!

Best of luck…! I love looking at the clever use of space and yes I do like this house. My only comment is that houses of 75 m2 square feet are pretty routinely called 3 bedroom family homes here, and no-one mentions the word small.

The average here is I lived in 62 m2 two bedroom for a number of years before trading down to 25m2 small 1 bedroom sleep-out, nz speak for a partition in the garage. The only problem is moving on back up to the 3 bedroom it comes with the job , I have no furniture, so it really does feel spacious!

Very nice especially for those of us who need more than a really tiny house but still want to downsize. I do have a safety issue and that is the wood burning stove smack in the middle of the room. I forgot to mention that it is nice that it is all on one story. The lofts in the tiniest of homes are not accessible to everyone. Ah, to be young again! I really like this floorplan and I will be saving it.

I knew the minute I looked at it that it was too much wood for me — maybe just the ceiling and floor for me. I might make the second bedroom my office a little smaller and the utility room a bit bigger for storage.

My friends also live close by. See what I mean? A plan like this just means to me a terrific place to start designing and building a house just for me. Alex, thanks so much for occasionally offering the bigger tiny homes. The sq. I wanted a tiny house in order to lower my cost of living for retirement. I want something smaller but we are not very free when it comes to trying to break free of being held hostage to debt, mortgages, and all the crap that make it impossible to live in this country now.

So forget tiny houses — they simply are not a viable option — at least, not in stupid Michigan! I am so disheartened. We need tiny homes to be more accepted all over the US! It is built really nicely, lots of room and great for a couple who are retiring! In this 8oo ft.

Thank god, we are all so different because it shows how versatile we all are! It really is a beautiful home and I hope they love every nook and cranny! It is got class and it will be great to have people over and have all that space to not be too squeezed in!

Thanks again! What is the room at the back of the house, to the left of the bathroom, with the frosted glass doors? The bedroom to the right of the bathroom. There is no photo or mention of that other room. Thank you. Really well done…gotta love the stone and glass block shower…tho a tub would be nice also…. Sweet little place, this. This is a beautiful house!

There is such a need in communities for unique neighborhoods full of homes just like this one and many different reasons to purchase something this size. Builders just keep making them bigger and bigger.

People are concerned about the size of their footprint or have other reasons for a small home; just starting out, widowed, elderly, empty-nesters, or those who want to spend less on a home and more on life. The reasons go on and on. In my area a house or mobile has to be at least sq. Just talked with architect. CAHOW are you still out there? I miss your comments and wonder if these comments here are new? Putting a door in your bedroom, to the outside is a great idea, as you age or have mobility issues.

Sibling has had doors in their bedroom in the past 3 houses. Both this house and the next, sq. As many people retire they are on fixed incomes. Having a smaller house, cuts costs on property taxes, heating, electricity, clean, etc.

Walk in showers are another feature which is good to have when you want to age in place. If standing becomes an issue, you can simply add a chair or stool made of teak. Walk in showers are also good when you develop Parkinsons. Walk in showers also provide room for your walker. I saw no mention of the second bedroom which is the same size as the master, albeit without bathroom access. Lovely design! The couple have sold it a few years ago.

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Linda Webber. Kathy Parker. I read somewhere not so long ago that post and beam construction was now banned in the U. Deborah, That shower is pretty large. Sandi B. Put a hot tub on the deck — close it in a little. La Segunda. Kim W. Karen Blackburn. Put a hot tub on the deck and your problem is solved!

Why would anyone want to sit in a tub of dirty water? Otessa Regina Compton. Harry Symonds. Another thing I noticed; there are no curtains. Tom D. Your Friend David F. April H. Rando S. Keith G. Diane Miether. Everything else, especially the nook for display, are true gems and keepers! Thanks, Su.

Hear hear. LouAnn Gurske. Love the shower and whole layout. Debbie Kocian. Hi, I love this house for a retirement house. Thank you, Debbie. Tommy M. This would be good except two things: Where is the laundry? Where do I put all my books? With a handheld computer, you may be able to discard books and media. Oops… my bad. Proofread, Proofread! Judy Moore. Michelle Brugiere. Dorothy Janusch. Do tiny houses have plans for 1 to square feet homes? Robert Haydock. Please sign me up for your newsletter.

Alex, you find the most awesome stuff. Keep that reserved for me please. Alex Pino. Kelly Greene. So how does one purchase the plans for the square foot home? Absolutely gorgeous, inside and out. Just love it. There are also doors for wardrobes and guest coat cloakroom. Nothing out of the ordinary.

Alva Hanns. Dominick Bundy. I think it looks contrived, inside and out. Karen R. For those who skipped the above million useful comments— Yes; we know—there are no railings which IS a problem but could easily be added Yes we know—there are NO shower bars etc which is a big no-no and SHOULD be there Yes—there is NO tub—you can add one Yes—WE know—the roof is prob not that good for a heavy snow load area.

Any other questions? Thanks David! Let me know if I can help with anything! Jerilyn Atkinson. I could easily live in it. Steven Odom. Love the house. Too bad it would k to build in the Austin, TX area.

Love the little river road house. Holy crap! I need to see it before I would build it. Debra Law. Emily Kemmann. Trish Dee. Charles gray. Jon K. Donna Rae. Elizabeth B Moore. Brendan Dillon. Impressive how big a good fisheye lens can make a tiny space look. Kathy Handyside. Natalie C. So sorry about your children, Joyce. What does the pricing look like say on the sq ft?

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Then again, if the space is minimized, for eg square feet house plans , we may invest energy in picking the vital garments, devices, and gear to store. This gives us a chance to like our home. What's more, all things considered, would it say it isn't smarter to keep up a modest house as opposed to slaughtering every one of the ends of the week in cleaning up a lavish house?

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