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798 Sq. Ft. Wheelchair Accessible Small House Plans

This is The Legend, a 798 sq. ft. small house plan that is wheelchair accessible.


It is designed by Larry Stauffer of Larry’s Home Designs.

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The Legend – A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House


The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

The Legend - A Wheelchair Accessible Tiny House

Highlights

“THE LEGEND” (A Wheelchair-Accessible Tiny House)
Construction Information:

  • 798 Square Feet, plus 130 Square Foot Front Porch, and large 544 Square Foot Rear/Side Deck.
  • 2 Bedrooms, 1 Handicap-Accessible Bath, Living Room, Dining Room and Kitchen with a lowered section of countertop.
  • Washer/Dryer Combo in the Walk-In Closet.
  • Site-Built Post and Beam Foundation and Floor System.
  • SIPs (Structural Insulated Panels) for Walls & Roof.
  • Current insulation design is R-24 Walls and R-40 Roof.
  • 2 x 4 Interior Wall Framing bought locally.
  • Windows and Doors bought locally, openings are precut in factory.
  • Electric conduit and boxes installed in factory.
  • Full Materials List included, all materials except Walls & Roof panels bought locally.
  • Complete Permit-Ready Plans.
  • Design is Code-Compliant.
  • SIPs Package Price – $19,509.75 plus Tax (if applicable)
  • Shipping will be calculated based on buyer’s location, anywhere in 48 states.
  • Larry’s Home Designs is located in Lancaster County, PA and does custom home designs all over the United States.

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Please email us at [email protected] or call/text at 717-989-4491 if interested in purchasing or simply have any questions. Please note, when built this is not a moveable structure. It will most likely not go down in value since it is not on wheels.

Resources

  1. http://www.larrys-house-plans-guide.com/tiny-house.html
  2. https://www.facebook.com/larryshomedesigns/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
  3. https://www.facebook.com/groups/tinyhouseUS/

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  • Otessa Regina Compton August 7, 2017, 7:24 pm

    BUILD MORE, BUILD MORE, BUILD MORE!!! WHEEL CHAIR ACCESSIBLE IN CASE A FAMILY AND/OR FRIEND MEMBER NEEDS ONE, IT IS RIGHT THERE. I AM NOT IN A WHEEL CHAIR AND DO NOT NEED ONE, BUT BELIEVE ME, I LOVE WHEEL CHAIR ACCESSIBLE HOMES, IN CASE YOU INVITE SOMEONE OVER THAT NEEDS A WHEEL CHAIR, BY GOLLY THEY CAN COME!!!

    • Larry August 7, 2017, 8:14 pm

      Thanks Otessa, I know how difficult it is to find accessible houses. I believe that is why I felt led to design some. I appreciate your kind words.

      • Otessa Regina Compton August 7, 2017, 9:11 pm

        GO FOR IT LARRY NATIONWIDE, WORLDWIDE, GO FOR IT LARRY!!!

  • Doug August 7, 2017, 9:28 pm

    Needs to have a wheel chair accessible shower not a step in. Otherwise I like the design.

    • Larry August 8, 2017, 10:14 am

      Thanks Doug, I agree, however the bath fixtures in 3D programs can be a little limiting.

  • susan August 8, 2017, 10:45 pm

    So appreciate accessible designs that are “small” houses. The tinier or on wheels houses are not realistic for those who require accessibility to live comfortably and as independently as possible. Altho I am quite physically active, I know that can be taken away at any time, just as with my husband who had ALS. One day you are moving as usual, and then it all changes. And it is not easy, quick, or cheap to make changes to most houses. At least our house was open concept with wide doorways which helped alot. The next house will definitely be one like this. Thanks for the work you do with this.

    • Larry August 9, 2017, 11:23 am

      Susan, thank you for your kind words. If you have any questions about home design, feel free to contact me at any time. I look forward to hearing from you. Have a blessed day!

    • Patricia August 12, 2017, 2:10 pm

      I so agree, Susan. That’s what happened to me. A combination of acute Fibromyalgia and a spinal injury, have made me practically immobile. We live in a 400 sq. ft. apartment and I use my walker as a wheelchair. There is not a lot of room to maneuver in this space but a home like the one Larry has designed is perfect. Plus, the added decks are wonderful for outdoor living.

      I would love to see a walk-in tub added to the ADA bathroom. The bathroom closet could be removed and the tub put in next to the shower. Part of the walk-in closet could be used for bathroom storage. Also, I’d like to see the front door and steps moved toward the master bedroom, and part of the front porch closed so that bedroom #2 could be enlarged, allowing room to add a small bathroom in that bedroom leaving the ADA bathroom a private space.

      Other than that, I really do like the design of this house.

  • marcia August 8, 2017, 11:19 pm

    4 words! LOVE IT! THANK YOU❤️

  • Nanny M August 10, 2017, 10:18 am

    Not tiny, but this is just abut perfect.

  • CW November 4, 2017, 11:56 pm

    The overall interior design is well thought out for an individual that utilizes a wheelchair. However the exterior is not wheelchair accessible with the steps leading to the front door.

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