This is a 336 sq. ft. renovated Tiny Barn Cabin. It’s called the Dry Creek Guest House.
Wait until you step inside – it’s beautiful!
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336 Sq. Ft. Tiny Barn Cabin (Renovated)
Images © Heritage Barns
Images © Heritage Barns
So what do you think of this tiny barn conversion cabin?
If you ask me, something like this is my dream home because I love the idea of a home on a foundation.
And then if you want, you can be like John and Fin, and have an additional tiny house on wheels to travel with.
Related: 150 sq. ft. Barn Tiny House Getaway in Portland
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Yes, please. I’ll take one just like that.
Me too! — Tiny House Talk Team
Beautiful, well decorated, love it!
🙂 So glad! — Tiny House Talk Team
Love it. It’s great to see a staircase rather than a ladder.
Very true! — Tiny House Talk Team
Wow! Now that is awesome!!
So glad you think so 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
I’m in love.
🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Love this one!!
Me too 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Really like this one! It has so much potential for decorating. The rugs are beautiful. One thing missing for me is a wood burning stove or something similar to make it feel really cozier! Makes such a difference in a room IMHO. The spiral staircase is very beautiful!
I’m a huge fan of wood-burning stoves 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
LOOOOVE THIS SO MUCH!!!!
So glad 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
I love this. Bot, I would have to add a ground floor bedroom and at least a 1/2 bath. Just can’t do a one bathroom house any more. I’d like a gas or wood stove also, but that is just a decorating type modification.
Floor plan is here: http://www.heritagebarns.com/showcase/guest-house/#.WFf3slPR-71. I guess you could add your bedroom and bathroom and still keep the same footprint. You would have to make the living room into a bedroom with a sofa bed or futon. To squeeze in a half bath, you could fit the half-bath to the where the staircase is, move the staircase to where the table is, and fit the table into the big kitchen. Or you could move the staircase and squeeze the half-bath onto the loft, stacking it over the current bath.
But if you really want to “add” those features, you would be expanding the house beyond small to a regular cabin. (not that regular cabins are bad)
Could be done 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Thank you for the blue print!!!
Great design. Great layout.
Yes 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Michael, I agree on the ground floor bedroom and the wood heat! Tom
That really looks spacious for 336 square feet!!!
To be blunt, the homeowners are lying. This house is NOT 336 sq ft, and it is not a tiny house. The first floor is 336 sq ft with a 184 sq ft loft. Since the peak of the ceiling is 21 ft and there is a real staircase, the loft should be fully counted in the square footage. So this is really a 520 sq ft house. (floor plan with measurements is on the websites.)
It seems like a lot of people *think* they want to live tiny… until they see a nice 500-600 sq ft gem that makes their hearts melt. There’s something to be said for “small” housing.
I agree! — Tiny House Talk Team
What a great house!
Agreed 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Very large layout… It is deceiving from it’s out side, which gives it a very farm like appearance as just a normal barn to store your hay, or stable your live stock… Bottom line, I wouldn’t mind someone asking me if I live in a barn, if it were mine…
Totally agree! — Tiny House Talk Team
Very nice. I’m surprised, considering the exterior.
This looks bigger than the 476 Sq. Ft. Rhododendron Cabin For Sale you posted earlier. I think it is the layout.
The layout can change everything 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
For sale? How much? Where loacated.
I don’t think it is for sale…– Tiny House Talk Team
Are anybof these homes set up for ada accessibility.
You can see some here: https://tinyhousetalk.com/ada-accessible-tiny-homes/
Oh wow. I could live here VERY easily! Thank you for bringing us all these cool places!!
Thanks, Nancy, glad you enjoyed it!
I LUV IT !! Would luv to have a tinier version on wheels.
This is definitely my favorite!!!
Love! Love most everything about it. Love how it’s decorated.
There are no tiny homes in Mn. I am a disabled vet. Any foundations out there that would help sponsor building a tiny home with me? I love the one in Portland with the rustic feel. I have been moving around so much and tired of the high rents, a tiny house to call home would be perfect, and after the flood, I just need to feel safe again. Thanks if anyone has some suggestions how to get started.
Hi Roxanne, thank you for your service. You’ll find a list of tiny house communities/builders for veterans by scrolling down here: https://tinyhousecommunity.com/places.htm
This is just what I was looking for. I love the fact that I can stand up in my bedroom. I am not a fan of the ladders and lack of head room in the loft of most tiny houses. This works great. I must keep my eyes open for property with a barn on it.
Glad you liked it, Robin! I do like standing up in my room 🙂
this barn is absolutely perfect! Perfect size and has everything! Love it!
It’s adorable 🙂
I LOVE this house! This is the exact layout I’ve been looking for. How would I find the blueprints with dimensions?
Hi Heather! I’d get in touch with the folks who rent it out 🙂 They may know how to get the blueprints: [email protected]
I do believe that I will be replicating this little gem in the near future. Such a large,spacious area from such a small space. Less than $20,000 from my estimates.
Wow! That will be awesome. Send us pictures 🙂
There’s no way this home is 336 sq. ft. Mine and my husband’s apartment is 520 sq ft, and our space is smaller than the first floor of this cabin. We can’t even have a table, and there’s no way we could fit two twin beds so far apart. Additionally, our bathroom is half the size.
I love this, as do so many. What type if closet/storage space does it have? Didn’t see any pictures.
P E R F E C T. What is the price tag? How long will it take to build?
WoW! That’s a tiny house. it seems really spacious to me. Our first house was 900 sq ft. It did not seem as large as this tiny house.
Gorgeous barn wood beams. I love the size & layout. Beautiful wood floors & spiral staircase. What beauty of a tiny house.
Guest House :/ I’d live in that, stunning renovation
It is a timber frame; gota love love love it. Outstanding home.
My first guess would be that the frame is non structural and it is either enclosed with sips or has a 2x frame around it.
I am not allowed to build a tiny home on my property because of zoning — would i be allowed to build this structure as a SHED and get away with it? what makes something a luxury shed vs. a tiny home? The bathroom? I mean even my neighbor’s shed has electricity.
love love love it!!! looks huge inside!
Adorable. But, it sure looks like there’s more than 336 sq ft of floor place, counting the loft but excluding the covered porch.
how quaint, like a pioneer barn, lovely trusses