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400 Sq. Ft. Walden Tiny House by Hobbitat Spaces

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This is a 400 sq. ft. Walden Tiny House by Hobbitat Spaces. They sell the plans you can purchase and download to build it yourself or have a contractor do it for you.

One of the few Hobs with 2 exterior doors which gives you a direct access to the porch and patio out back. The generous loft provides space for extra sleeping or a home office. The queen sized bump out can be used for sleeping or extra space downstairs if you sleep in the loft. The bath is beautiful with a sink bump out and a comfortable 3’x3′ shower. A 3/4 kitchen with an island bridges the space next to the living area. High windows in the front provide wonderful light and ventilation. A warm and cozy feel is all yours. This Hob is a comfortable 400 sqft.

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400 Sq. Ft. Walden Tiny House by Hobbitat Spaces

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  • Kristina H Nadreau
    November 11, 2015, 9:10 am

    this is well designed and liveable. Since I am a real cook I like my island to be free of mechanics and only serve as countertop prep space. I could live here with the loft for storage.

  • Roger Monteiro
    November 11, 2015, 10:01 am

    Wow, I really love this one!

  • Mo-Man
    November 11, 2015, 10:58 am

    I really like this design overall, but did you notice that there is no stove/range or a refrigerator in the entire kitchen area. The plan shows the island as having a cooktop, but one doesn’t exist in the photos. I’m pretty sure that’s a dishwasher to the right of the sink. I could see this plan growing in square footage by enough to include the stove & refrigerator along the back wall – keeping the island as it is in the photos – and the space being highly livable.

    • Brandy
      November 14, 2015, 12:39 pm

      I think the blank thing on the far right is actually a small fridge and if you look really close, you can just see a stand alone induction cook unit on the counter above it (maybe 2 burners deep because I can see a silver tea kettle behind it?) and a tiny toaster oven on the far left. If guess they don’t cook a while lot. 😉

  • Vicki
    November 11, 2015, 11:51 am

    I stayed in this tiny house last year at blue moon rising and it’s awesome! That is a mini fridge next to the sink, there is no dishwasher. There is a convection cook top on the counter. The bathroom and the queen bedroom bump out are very spacious with a great design. The loft is also spacious, but I would prefer actual stairs instead of a ladder. Overall, if I were to build a tiny house, it would be like this. Now I just have to find land to build on.

    • CJ Burlingame
      April 1, 2020, 4:35 am

      That is a queen bed bump out, not a queen bedroom bump out. 🙂

  • katiei
    November 11, 2015, 11:53 am

    I would move the toilet across from the sink and use the toilet space as a sorely needed closet.

    • AmyCat =^.^=
      November 11, 2015, 3:09 pm

      Better idea: use a recycling-greywater sink that sits atop the toilet tank, so that you’re using the hand-wash water to flush the next time. Then the whole toilet+sink could fit in a smaller space. I’d eliminate the “bump-out”, use a tankless water heater as others have suggested, run a full bath+shower across the wall where the sink was and into the existing shower corner, and put the toilet where the existing water-heater tank fits… then turn the toilet alcove into closet space (behind a curtain so you don’t have to add swing-out space for another door). Closet could open to either the bathroom (so you can use it as a dressing room too) or to the main room.

      I’d also re-work the plans to make a set of “tansu” stair-cupboards to the loft (could also fit a full-length hanging closet in that!), as I (and at least 40% of the other regular commenters here) don’t want to be going up and down ladders to our beds, especially for late-night toilet visits!

    • CJ Burlingame
      April 1, 2020, 4:45 am

      Better yet, I would move the toilet to where the hot water heater cabinet and shelves are and build a closet with the door to the hall and you still have room for a cabinet and shelves to the left of the sink. Use a tankless water heater. Yes, they are more expensive but they are so much more efficient and will pay for themselves over the life of the unit and some.

  • Gord.
    November 11, 2015, 1:13 pm

    MASIVE POWER BILL,electric base heaters,must be down close to mexico.

  • Nancy
    November 11, 2015, 8:40 pm

    Folks just keep in mind this company is selling the plans, you can do whatever tweaking you want so that it fits your needs. Putting this one on my list of favorites. Love it!

    • Nancy
      November 11, 2015, 8:45 pm

      OMG! After watching the video on their website, I’m totally in love. They use reclaimed materials, yay!!!!!! This moved to the top of my list!

  • Nancy M.
    November 11, 2015, 10:03 pm

    Nice! I wouldn’t need the loft, except for use by guests, which would sometimes be nice to have, so I’d keep it! I would eliminate the bumpout for the bathroom sink, replace water heater with on-demand water heater so there is plenty of space for a sink, and increase the size of the shower to allow for a bench in the shower. Then it would be PERFECT!!! Simple and efficient — LOVE IT!!!

  • BigCountry
    November 12, 2015, 11:25 am

    Are those baseboard heaters I’m seeing? I wish there were construction photos of this…

  • November 22, 2015, 7:10 pm

    I love everything about this tiny house. It’s really cute and homey! I love the stained glass window above the windows, it’s really nice! I like the fact that there is a barrier at the edge of the loft so no one can fall and get hurt. Awesome bathroom!! Carol

  • Gabrielle Charest
    February 4, 2016, 9:42 pm

    Before I began looking at tiny houses online, I lived in Vermont in an old converted garage that looked like a cottage. Then I moved to Connecticut where I purchased a 565 sq ft cabin on a lake. Both dwellings were rather haphazard as far as the use of space. The 400 sq ft home here is well-designed and feeds my imagination. I could live here!

  • Ken
    February 5, 2016, 7:51 pm

    This is located in Deep Creek Lake in Maryland. It is part of the Blue Moon Rising, the link is below to their FB page. They are an eco-tourism resort that is why there is no stove etc… I have seen the resort in person with a few different models and they are amazing.

    Hobbitat will build it to you specifications. I love the work but a little on the expensive side.


  • Carol
    February 5, 2016, 9:22 pm

    I love the porch and the overall design, except why a bump out? Bedroom on the first floor is GREAT. My husband and I agree the loft would make a great office space for him (works from home). I would add stairs with storage and a closet.

  • iris cutforth
    July 16, 2017, 2:43 pm

    The colours, the lite, the sliding door, the windows make it look cosy indeed. Seniors may opt not to have a cooking stove but use a camping stove, barbeque or hot plates but a fridge/freezer would be a must for those precooked meals. What would I have done differently? I would have trimmed off 4 ft from the bathroom to make the living room longer and go with a pullout couch and make the bedroom a diningroom. I love to look outside when I am having coffee. But, in Canada a potbelly stove would be a must. Thanks for sharing.

  • Rhonda Allen
    July 16, 2017, 8:38 pm

    I would love to get the floor plans, im 60 yr. Have started a GoFundMe account.. Someone is letting me put on their property. Thanks.

  • Stephanie Miller
    July 4, 2018, 6:20 pm

    Very interested in purchasing floor plan for Hobbit House, I was wondering if you would be able to tell me the dimensions to see if it is within what I’m looking for prior to purchasing. Thank you.

    Stephanie Miller

  • Myra Kemna
    April 5, 2020, 3:32 pm

    Why can’t we pin these picture to Pinterest anymore???

    • Natalie C. McKee
      April 6, 2020, 2:57 pm

      Sorry, Myra! We’re in the middle of trying to sort things out with Pinterest. They took down our account 🙁

      • Myra Kemna
        April 6, 2020, 5:56 pm

        OK, thanks. If you need a “recommendation” from someone, I’d be happy to vouch for you all. I love being to pin all my favorite THOW ideas, so when I build I will have a reference.

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