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14×40 Barn Conversion with Sewing Nook

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This tiny house appears to have been built from a fancy shed base, and the result is stunning! The great thing about tiny homes on skids is that you can increase the width. This one is 14 feet wide, and that provides plenty of space for bonuses like a walk-in closet and an under-the-stairs sewing nook.

The home also has a large kitchen with plenty of cabinets for food, dishes, and small appliances. Plus, the living room has an area for an office. Two loft bedrooms provide sleeping space and additional storage. It’s for sale for $55,000 in Poplar Bluff, Missouri.

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Beautiful Shed-Turned-Tiny Home on Skids

The kitchen has a wonderful abundance of cabinets for storage.

The home has full-sized appliances.

There’s a nice little office space by the stairs to the loft.

Here’s the adorable sewing nook! Just perfect.

Here’s one of the lofts. Great for kids.

You can see the other loft across the house.

Look at that amazing soaking tub!

The bathroom also has an awesome vanity.

Love the walk-in closet with a washer and dryer!


  • $55,000. Poplar Bluff, MO
  • 560 sq ft.
  • 14×40 finished 2 loft bedrooms, 1 bath house. Main level: 560 sq ft. Dual lofts: additional 260 sq ft. Covered front porch.
  • Location: Poplar Bluff, Missouri
  • Efficient ductless mini split provides heating/AC (new in 2023). Metal roof. Closed cell foam insulation above ceiling and under the full base of the house with R13 rolled insulation in walls. 8 double-pane insulated vinyl windows.
  • Open floor plan with vaulted tongue-and-groove ceiling. Main living room with overhead light/fan, under-stair desk nook, and built-in shelving. Lifeproof LVP on the main floor. Carpet in lofts. Stairs to lofts. Recessed lighting with dimmer switches throughout.
  • Full-size kitchen with refrigerator, oven/range, built-in microwave, double sink, 9 feet of counters, cabinets above and below for storage, custom shelving, and an under-stair pantry with door.
  • Full-size bathroom with corner soaking tub/shower, sink/cabinet, flush toilet, and built-in adjustable shelving. Attached is a large walk-in-closet with 14 feet of wire closet shelving with closet rod, a 40-gallon hot water tank, and full-size like-new washer and dryer units.
  • Dual lofts for bedrooms or storage. Loft 1: 8×13. Loft 2: 12×13.
  • Great for a main house, guest house, Airbnb, rental, or lake house.
  • Stationary unit on skids, buyer to move. Comes with concrete blocks for leveling.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Michael Dewing
    March 13, 2024, 6:51 pm

    This is a question, more than a comment. Have you come across a barn style with 2 bathrooms ??
    Please let me know.
    Thank you !!!
    Michael Dewing

    • James D.
      March 14, 2024, 7:48 pm

      There’s all sorts of barn styles, especially, as many are conversions using an existing shell/framing and people often just do their own layout.

      Look up plans, and you’ll find multiple layout options, which include up to multiple bathrooms. Though, at this size, one may be a half bath but it all depends on how much space you prioritize for it versus all the other spaces of the home.

      While barn style can go as big as you want. So layouts can be more flexible the bigger you go… Or think out of the box, like just do a second structure and connect it to the main one as an addition… Lots of options…

  • e.a.f.
    March 17, 2024, 9:49 pm

    The porch is adorable! The sewing room is brilliant! How to be a quilter and travel.

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