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The 400 Sq. Ft. Sabine Cottage


This is the 400 sq. ft. Sabine Cottage in Texas.

From the outside, you’ll notice tan siding, white trim, and a beautiful covered front porch.

When you go inside, you’ll find a master bedroom, a small room with bunk beds, a full kitchen, a living room, and a bathroom.

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The 400 Sq. Ft. Sabine Cottage

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The Sabine is a 400 sq. ft. one bedroom single story cottage that sleeps a total of six people. The cottage layout includes a private bedroom, bunk beds, full kitchen, and a living room. There is one bathroom with a shower that is accessible from the hallway.

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  • Avatar Rue

    Is this one a park model? ‘Cause then it is a trailer….not that there’s anything wrong with that.

    • Avatar Wanda

      Yes Rue it is a Park Model… we have one in Arizona at 400 sq ft and another on Vancouver Island at 540 sq ft. We love them both!

  • Avatar Valerie

    I like it very much. To bad it is in TX. I like small home and a small kitchen is better for me. That way a little more room for living space.

  • Avatar Tisha E.

    I love the idea or tiny living and wish these type cottages were available where I live (very tiny island of only 21 sq M.). These types of homes would offer plenty of living space without being over the top. Because of the storms and hurricanes we must endure our laws state that the homes should/must be built of concrete blocks – the powers that be feel the wooden sidings can not withstand the hurricane force winds we tend to endure annually.

  • Just love your tiny home! Awesome kitchen it seems to have everything a person could want that is living tiny! Love the fact that it is all on one floor. Great looking covered porch!! You won’t have any problem selling it.

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