These are the $1,200 Tiny France DIY House Plans.
A couple weeks ago we shared the amazing Tiny France, a $1,200 house by Czech architect Joshua Woodsman (aka, Vojtěch Valda).
Turns out Woodsman is selling the plans for this incredibly inexpensive build on his website for $39.
$1,200 Tiny France DIY House Plans for Sale!
Video: France Prefab Tiny House by Pin-Up Houses
- Cost £1,000 (approx. $1,200) in materials
- Made from 21 insulated panels
- Plans include complete set of plans; construction progress + comments; complete material list + tool list
- $39 for plans
- Panels can be reassembled in a few hours
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no bathroom , the design is not finished
Simply incorporate another module.
you can use an outhouse separately
As a builder I like these simple DIY insulated standard panels, EZ build you would hope for in a simply Tiny, good design. Not attracted to the Mod wall, but that’s easy to adjust. ;~) Aloha
For $3500 I acquired not one, but TWO vintage mobile homes this summer and fall. One is a single story, 500-square-foot 1961 Spartan Sparcraft Statesman (10×50) with two bedrooms, one bath, kitchen and living room. It’s in excellent condition and ready for me to move into, which I will be doing this spring.
The other one is a 1959 two-story Pacemaker with 740 square feet of living space with three bedrooms (two upstairs with a half bath in between), 1-1/2 baths, a LR and front end kitchen. While in very good condition, it does need restoration with regard to water-damaged paneling around some windows and in an upstairs bedroom ceiling, as well as the exterior skin, before it can be considered livable. I expect it to cost me in the neighborhood of $10-15,000, but even so, that’s far less than what many stick built THOWs are going for nowadays. I would much rather live in a roomier and much cheaper vintage mobile home than a THOW any time–and they have OODLES of charm and character to boot!
I think it’s awesome that you are recycling and reusing! — Tiny House Talk Team
Thank you, Natalie! I’m not the only one going towards living in vintage mobile homes/RVs; other folks are choosing the same path. There are several Facebook groups devoted to vintage mobile homes and trailers, as well several special interest groups devoted to Spartans, Streamline trailers and Airstreams, etc., etc.
I have a Facebook page up about “Sweet Sixteen”, my 1959 Pacemaker (so named because she sat on Lot #16 for more than 40 years in a mobile home park in Wahoo, NE, before being rescued from demolition this past summer) at this link: https://www.facebook.com/sweet16VintagePacemakerMH/
Viva La France….!
Seriously! — Tiny House Talk Team
On the FRANCE plans for 39.00
Do you get hard copy of the plan mailed to me in Canada?
Hi Ken, You’d have to contact the architect directly to ask about that. I think they are all online, not hard copies, but he could tell you for sure. — Tiny House Talk Team
In Alberta Canada where I live , mobile home parks will not allow
older mobile homes to stay in the park unless they are upgraded.
This means rounded roofs must have peaked roofs. Outsides of
the moble home must have fire guard siding. The inside must
have new drywall, new flooring and new safety upgrades.
Some owners try to move rather than do upgrades, but other mobile
home parks will not allow older mobile homes.
Wow! Thanks for that insight. Didn’t know that. — Tiny House Talk Team