This is a 416 sq. ft. tiny cottage in Oregon.
Inside you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, downstairs bedroom, and additional upstairs sleeping loft.
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416 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage in Oregon
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There is many parts of this home to be admired as it is very flexible and can fit in so many locations. Would make an excellent Alleyway or Mother-in-Law as well as vacation rental or even a great starter home for pocket neighborhoods. A floor plan and builder credits would be nice..As projecting the 1/2 bath in the current dining area is a must for perfection as there is a loft..
I’m with you when it comes to at least a basic floor plan being nice to have as well as the exterior dimensions, just to be able to put this into proper prospective.
@tod mills: Correction, dresser in front of “a” door in downstairs bedroom. Could be more than 1 door to that room. Exterior door perhaps?
I love the open concept in their living room and kitchen. It’s nice to be able to see real furniture so you have an idea of how much room you have in there. I like the loft area it looks so cozy with the two beds and the sloped walls. It reminds me of an attic apartment that my husband and I rented when we first got married. From the outside the house looks pretty large. I love the landscaping it’s really nice! Enjoy your place!! Carol Perry
235,000…. Okay, how much would this cost in another area in Oregon that’s not a resort area?