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670 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage Plans

Shawn Dehner over at The Small House Catalog released this 670 sq. ft. tiny cottage plans for free. It’s called The Sago Tiny House. And free framing plans are available if you’re interested.

So I wanted to be sure to share that with you now. You can see the sketch and overall design below. And the link to download the full plans are also below.

It’s a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom house with two floors. The overall dimensions of the structure are 16′ wide and 30′ long. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

670 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage Plans

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Learn more: http://www.thesmallhousecatalog.com/afewsmallwords/the-sago-tiny-house

Download the plans: (1) Click the link above, (2) scroll down towards the bottom, and (3) click download button.

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!

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  • Avatar Kim W

    Very nice, but for that square footage I would have expected 2 bedrooms! Presumably the upstairs space is restricted by the roof slope. Otherwise, very pretty. Big open rooms look wonderful, but in cooler climates they are costly to heat. Some additional walls would make it work for me.

  • Avatar Barbara

    I downloaded some plans from the site and subscribed. We are re-thinking the the plans for a THOW as driving to Central America is too daunting.

    • Avatar kristina nadreau

      driving to Central America is not difficult if you have done your research so you know which hways to use, places to stay at night etc. go to the expat sites on Facebook and people will answer your questions. I probably would not bring a Tiny House on Wheels here to Belize because the tarriffs would be burdensome. But building a small home here is not difficult.

  • Avatar Mike

    When you look at all the space eaten up by the stairwell, my thought is to put the stairwell into a bump-out. That would make the interiors very spacious. And you could probably work up a better interior program with the stairs out of the way.

    • Avatar Angie

      Just curious, because I barely know anything about building costs, but wouldn’t that be more expensive? If on a tight budget, adding extra walls to create a bump out stairwell might be too costly?

      • Avatar kristina nadreau

        yes and no. more materials mean more cost. However the increased space allows for a greater value when you want to sell. Stairs are expensive especially this kind of big stairway relative to a prefab circular stairway. a straight run is the least expensive.

        • Avatar Angie

          Ok. Thank you. We are about to design a barn house style cottage, and needing to make stair decisions… 🙂

  • Avatar Christy

    I’m looking for a 2 bedroom tiny house in the northern part of Amarillo, Texas. And of would like the bedrooms at the opposite ends of the house. Help. 🙂

  • Avatar Tari

    A very sweet set of plans. I do like the larger living space downstairs. Sadly, my knees would balk at running upstairs each time my tiny bladder demanded. Ahhh… getting old sucks but is sure beats the alternative. 🙂 thanks for sharing the ideas & free plans!

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