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408 Sq. Ft. Tiny House by ILO Mini Maison


This is a 408 sq. ft. tiny house on a foundation in Quebec, Canada.

It’s a four-season modular tiny home by Ilo Mini Maison. This unit was built in 2017 and was available for $65,000 according to their listing at Tiny Home Builders.

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408 Sq. Ft. ILO Tiny House by ILO Mini Maison

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Video Tour of the ILO Tiny House by ILO Mini Maison

Highlights

  • 408 sq. ft. (12ft x 34ft)
  • Built in 2017
  • $65,000
  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath
  • 4 seasons modular home
  • Built in Quebec, Canada

Sources

  1. Ilo Mini Maison
  2. Listing at Tiny Home Builders

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  • Avatar Otessa Regina Compton
    May 24, 2018, 4:07 pm

    THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!! — FOR THE VIDEOS, PLEASE KEEP MORE OF THESE COMMING!!! WHAT AN ORIGINAL IDEA FOR A HOME. THE VIEW MUST BE AWESOME, WITH THE STARS AND THE MOON SHINING AT NIGHT. I WOULD DECORATE WITH MORE TROPICAL COLORS.

  • Avatar Karen Blackburn
    May 24, 2018, 5:09 pm

    Our house is a mite longer at 12’x37′ and is a very similar layout (though without the spectacular views). The extra 3-1/2′ over a normal THoW is amazing, for us it allows a twin bed (3′) to fit in the living area with curtains to turn it into a sleeping area and it allows an extra bedroom of 7’x5′ beside the kitchen allowing 4 adults to live in the space without needing a loft area to sleep in. Much as I like THoWs and would really like to live in one the extra few feet allows for so much extra versatility to the space (essential when ladders are impossible to use and stairs, unless shallow, very difficult to climb. For a family or someone older those extra few feet can be the difference between a pipe dream and a reality.

  • Avatar Diane Gray
    May 24, 2018, 9:15 pm

    Lovely finishes. The woods and stainless steel look so pretty against the white walls. Love the curtains and the portable table. Love that there is a bedroom and closet, too. All around VERY nice!

  • Avatar Bill Burgess
    May 24, 2018, 10:50 pm

    I have been wondering when Hemp and Steel framing would be used in place of Styrofoam and wood framing SIP’s….I suppose HIP’s would be the type when that happens. I was reading how Hempcrete blocks float so I imagine using a Hemp/Steel panel is possible? This build would seem to be a natural fit for that type of conversion.

    • Avatar Eric
      May 25, 2018, 8:15 pm

      If they used Hemp Insulated Panels, would that make the homes HIPSTERS? LOL

      • Avatar Lan
        May 26, 2018, 12:05 pm

        LOL. “I’ll be here all week!” *rim-shot*

  • Avatar Lan
    May 26, 2018, 12:04 pm

    I love this one! The white furniture isn’t to my taste but otherwise, this is a beautiful place.

  • Avatar Jo
    May 27, 2018, 2:46 am

    Super looking place and a well thought out floor plan. Great job.

  • Avatar Dominick
    August 27, 2019, 2:48 pm

    Many of these so called “tiny” or small houses keep getting a little bigger and bigger each time it seems, before we know we’ll be getting right back where we started from since the tiny house movement began . With too much wasted space and thirty year mortgages. How ironic. That’s all

    • Avatar Robert S
      August 27, 2019, 7:22 pm

      Anything under 1000 sf is appreciably fewer resources than the national average sized house. Let’s help the “soft-core” crowd to learn how to make do with less with intermediate examples of smaller, smarter design.

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