A modern cottage plan where adventuresome, playful design makes the most of a small space with private and public areas that connect elegantly to the outdoors. This 2 bedroom plan won Fine Homebuilding Magazine's 2013 Small Home of the Year Award. The magazine recognized the design “for its shared spaces and connections to the outdoors that make it seem larger than its physical boundaries…” The layout is mostly one open space containing kitchen and living-dining area connecting to a large wrap-around deck (photos by Mike Dean). Key elements define individual “rooms” without separating one from another -- like the kitchen peninsula and the window seat -- making the main space feel larger than it is. Nir designed the house to be energy-wise, with rigid foam insulation in walls and roof and separate photo-voltaic arrays for generating electricity and hot water. The design was also a finalist in the 2014 HOWIE Awards sponsored by Houseplans.com. It’s definitely the little award-winning cottage that could!
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i actually like to see more houses in the over 400 sq ft to 900 ish range...cute small houses. We have neighborhoods with those sized houses here in the DFW area...they can be bought on the cheap and fixed up for far less money than a lot of the tiny homes ive seen online.
It's so beautiful and for 800 square feet it looks big!! Regardless, I wouldn't call an 800 square foot a tiny home. I believe the definition in the real estate world of a tiny home is under 600 square feet.
What's with the wasted living space by adding unnecessary porch space? One could add two whole rooms to the bottom and side porch space on that ending floor plan. Move the walls so that the kitchen and master bedroom occupy those spaces, move the living room wall down, and if you must have porch space, extend the existing porch on the left and put sliding glass doors to an extended porch from the living room which could also be huge if you eliminate the unnecessary porch space around the kitchen and living room. There could be room for a lovely formal dining room, cancel the tiny two-chair counter eating space, add a dishwasher somewhere in the kitchen near the sink. The master bedroom could be huge, as well as double the size of the walk-in closet. A door from the bedroom to the outdoors via a porch is a nightmare scenario for a horror movie. Whoever drew up the plans for this place is sorely lacking in the ability to think efficiently or practically.
Please remark on the cost of a house this size... I inquired about a builder putting a "box" on property I owned, with only plumbing, electricity, water lines and gas lines in place and the cost was $80,000.00!!!... Unaffordable!!
The lay~out of the home is nice.
But my only problem is when inside it seems like too many windows, which mean more heating cost in winter, or nosy neighbors looking, so lack of privacy, But the blue prints show not too many windows. Plus I definitely need a Double Sink in the kitchen. how much ? ? ?
As a former real estate appraiser, I agree that an 800 square foot house is not "tiny". I describe it as "modest". In some neighborhoods, a 768 square foot, two bedroom house is not unusual. I have also appraised homes in which the master bedroom suite is larger than this entire house. I believe the smallest house I ever appraised was 374 square feet. If I recall correctly, I found a comparable sale of a home which bracketed the living area on the low side, i.e. was a little smaller. Most of the so-called "tiny homes" ought to be called "home built travel trailers" or "non-road worthy travel trailers" since they are built on a rolling chassis of stick-built wooden framing. They probably do not meet safety regulations for being towed on public roads.
shawatwat prison cell's are roughly
Three and a Half Feet By Seven Feet, For Two People.
That's small. ,,, Which includes a bunk bed, a sink, a toilet, a desk and a chair. there's standing room but not much walking space.
800 square feet does not qualify as a "tiny house". I believe it may not even qualify as a "small house" either. Nice home, but misleading video title - unless you meant the word "tiny" as merely an adjective instead of a category lol.
There are techinical, defined specs set forth, albeit perhaps informallly (or perhaps even legally), which determine if a home is in the tiny or small house categories This is just an 800 sf regular house.
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