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400 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage in North Carolina


This is a 400 sq. ft. tiny cottage in North Carolina.

It’s built by Gerry and Teal Brown of Wishbone Tiny Houses.

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  • Avatar alice h

    Wow, that would be my dream home! Plenty of room for projects, lots of light and no stairs.

  • Avatar Sally Schrock

    STUNNING! I love the setting too. What’s not to love?? I could live in this and never leave!

    • Avatar Dyane Kyllonen

      I agree, it’s perfect in all ways!

    • Avatar Eric

      “I could live in this and never leave!

      Well how would you buy your groceries and stuff if you never left… lol

  • Avatar Larry Schoenemann

    Nice, would like to see the bathroom.

  • I vaguely remember that the drawings of the Art Nouveau, of northern Europe: the harmony of the windows in style with furniture and color of the wood. The Style that Fascinates!

    • Avatar oxide

      This is straight-up Craftsman Style, which was popular in the 1920’s. Would also like to see the kitchen/bath. They don’t give a price, but this would be on the high end, but not bad for a foundation house.

      • Avatar Deadrock

        I spoke with Teal a few months ago about doing some work for me, and mentioned this little house specifically as a possible starting point for what I’d like. He didn’t give me a price, but I could tell from what he “wasn’t” saying that it wasn’t an inexpensive project! They do good work, though, and Teal is quite active in the tiny house community here in Asheville – there is a very helpful attitude toward minimal square footage requirements in the area and there are many people involved in making tiny house living a viable possibility. One of the many reasons I moved here in April.

  • Avatar Betty

    Lovely!

  • Avatar ROSEE

    Another beautiful tiny house, but no showing of bedroom and bathroom, hmmm! I could be saying something insulting about the no show, but I will just say that I am confused!

    • Avatar Dick

      There is no bedroom. It’s a studio layout. If you look at the third photo from the top, you’ll see the foot of the bed.

  • Avatar Nancy

    WOW! Love it!!!!!!

  • Avatar Debbie

    This is absolutely stunning! Would love to buy it! I wonder if this builder can help find land that would be suitable and able to have a tiny home built on it with the proper permits?

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