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384-sq.-ft. Tiny Paradise Cottage Home in Volcano Village, Hawaii

This is a 384-sq.-ft. tiny cottage, it’s called the Tiny Paradise Cottage Home shared by Louisa B of Nalula.

It was featured on HGTV in 2018 on their tv show called Tiny Paradise. It’s on the market with an offer pending on a contingency. Check it out and learn more below. And be sure to let us know your thoughts about it in the comments below.

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Tiny Paradise Cottage Home in Hawaii

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Images via Louisa B/Nalula

This tiny house has a surrounding deck and solar panels set up to harness green energy.

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Images via Louisa B/Nalula

Stepping inside the cozy tiny house…

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Images via Louisa B/Nalula

There is approximately 384-sq.-ft. of space to enjoy here.

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Images via Louisa B/Nalula

Enjoy the interior/exterior fireplace, which also can be vented to warm the interior of the Tiny home for those chilly Volcano nights, or grill from your sundeck outside!

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Images via Louisa B/Nalula

Double skylights in the sleeping loft for stargazing.

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Mango wood countertops in the kitchen and a dutch door to top things off.

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Images via Louisa B/Nalula

Attention to detail, craftsmanship, and design was well thought out for this very special build.

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Images via Louisa B/Nalula

Bathroom with shower, flush toilet, vanity, and window.

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Images via Louisa B/Nalula

So what do you think of this tiny house in Hawaii?

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Images via Louisa B/Nalula


Custom features of this home include

  • Mango wood Kitchen countertops, backsplash, and storage area.
  • Hickory wood flooring with custom Hawaiian Islands design implanted into the floor.
  • White marble bathroom flooring.
  • Raining feature shower head.
  • Numerous hidden storage compartments throughout, including a trap door!
  • Italian marble and Ohia mantle on the fireplace.
  • insulated wall panels.
  • 28′ steel frame with 21,000lb towing capacity.


  • This home comes with fee simple parcel of improved land with a red cinder driveway, approximately 8,347 sqft, and is hooked up to a 10,000-gallon catchment tank and septic system.
  • There are also owned solar panels on the property for electricity, with a state of the art electric solar and solar hot water system.
  • This is off-grid living at its finest!
  • Located on paved roads, in the Volcano Village.
  • You don’t want to let an opportunity like this pass you by.
  • If you think the pictures are beautiful, wait till you see this gorgeous tiny home in person.
  • Perfect as a potential rental in the popular Volcano Village area, or as your personal or weekend getaway home.
  • All furnishings and decor included.

Our big thanks to Louisa B of Nalula.com for sharing!🙏

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Avatar vee
    January 13, 2021, 6:50 pm

    Very nicely done in such a small space!!!

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan
    January 13, 2021, 10:38 pm

    It’s. . .so. . .pretty!!! It just flows beautifully from one end to the other. Absolutely beautiful and charming and cozy. I love it!

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