This 998 sq. ft. small house is one of a kind. When you enter there’s a bridge that gets you to the covered entry way deck. This entry building is not air conditioned and so it isn’t included in the 998 square feet of living space.
In total there are three buildings that comprise of this 998 sq. ft. home. The main building is to the left when you are facing the entrance of the house. To the right is the building where you sleep.
There’s even a separate building for your guests to stay. And one of the most unique features of the design are the reverse shed roof on certain areas of the home as you’ll see in a moment below.
998 Square Feet Small House
I encourage you to enjoy the rest of this 998 sq. ft. small cabin below:
Reverse shed style porch roof below:
Notice the translucent ceiling below to the guest quarters (yellow building).
Below is the main room with built in book shelves. This room is about 14′ wide.
The real wood stove is pretty nice, isn’t it?
Built in dining area/alcove.
Inside the sleeping area consists of two stacked double beds (like bunks, but better).
It’s difficult to see because it’s a small room but there’s enough space for a desk to work out of in here too.
Down below let’s go outside to the covered deck/patio/balcony.
Notice the build in bookshelves/pillars between the doors that open up to the outside above. Cool, right?
You can see the large propane storage tanks under the deck in the photo above.
This is the translucent ceiling covered area that goes to the guest quarters of the compound (above).
You can see an instant propane based water heater appropriately installed outside the main building (below).
The yellow structure is the guest building (below).
- John Reese’s Photo Album on G+
- John’s CountryPlans.com website (unfortunately these plans aren’t available there)
- Via Small House Bliss
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