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476 Sq. Ft. Ontario Tiny House Plan


This is the 476 Sq. Ft. Ontario Tiny House Plan by Robinson Residential.

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476 Sq. Ft. Ontario Tiny House Plan

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.

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  • Avatar Sparrow

    What a charmer! This is the kind of tiny house I love, as opposed to the oversized orange crate types. This looks like a HOUSE. Kudos to the designer!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      John does great work! He has even more designs on his website.

  • Avatar C. Dufort

    Superbe. C’est exactement le genre de maison que j’aimerais. Belle architecture.

    • Avatar Lisa E.

      Et pour moi, aussi. C’est la plus belle architecture. Vraiment.

  • Avatar Rozan

    Cute cute house. It has charm and has the bedroom on main floor.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      Yes I loved that it has both 🙂

  • Avatar Joe

    Love the design of this home. A bedroom on the is always a good thing for me. Plus, the bathroom does not open directly to the kitchen, definitely a great idea. Would love to see a staged version of this.

    • Avatar Marcia

      I am with you, Joe. Not good at stairs so ladders are definitely OUT!! And that is my biggest pet peeve with these tiny homes – where does it say kitchen/bathroom? I have seen living/kitchen or kitchen/dining, but ech!!!

      • Avatar Joe

        Marcia, the bathroom is directly to the right of the kitchen. “Bath”

  • Avatar Susan

    This house has a wonderful design. It looks like a house and is something I would be interested in. Great job on your design.

  • Avatar Karen Mamalakis

    NOPE….I’d bust the whole end wall out looking toward the water and put a HUGE panoramic folding door with the patio out there…..I can’t live with little windows!! Lol

    • Avatar Marcia

      Karen, I would leave the deck and ADD your suggestion 🙂 When it first was shown where it was located I could have sworn it was a miniature dollhouse that you see in those big, fancy train layouts! Too cute!!!!!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      That’s an idea! John at Robinson Residential said all the plans can be altered some to your needs, so if you love the rest of it I’m sure he’d like to help!

  • Avatar Marcia

    I missed the tub before; I am surmising that is what is being depicted.

    Santa, if I am a REALLY, REALLY good girl the rest of the year could I please have a house just like this one, in Ohio, on a lake?

    Thank you, Santa

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      I wish I were Santa!

  • Avatar Liz

    Very pretty home but I would worry about the water being so close. I’ve seen plenty of homeowners who thought they were safe but lost their homes to floods.

  • Avatar MareM

    For me, the house is perfect. I’m saving this one.

  • Avatar Kelley

    LOVE this one. Next favorite would be Tumbleweed 915-15. Both have great first floor bedrooms. This one has a gothic farmhouse look (-:

  • Avatar Debbie Crum

    I would change the front roof line and put domer windows in the front? Just wondering how that would look?

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