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26-ft. Tiny Home with First Floor Bedroom By New Creation Tiny Homes


The Behati is the latest tiny house by New Creation Tiny Homes, specifically designed for those looking for a first-floor bedroom. This 26′ design allows for a separate bedroom that fits a queen bed and a closet, and features lofted ceilings to make it extra spacious.

Besides the bedroom, there’s a compact L-shaped kitchen with everything you need, a cozy living area with an electric fireplace, and a nice-sized bathroom with a corner shower and a washer/dryer laundry station. It’s selling for $109,750 in Madras, Oregon.

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Tour this 26-ft. Tiny Home with a Private First Floor Bedroom Design

There’s some storage over the bathroom.

The kitchen has a large sink and an induction cooktop.

There’s an apartment-sized fridge and a pantry.

The wood counters are beautiful.

I love the way they fit these shelves together.

All the windows come with blinds.

Pretty cool ceiling fan.

The “tiki” feel to the fireplace is fun.

You might want to put your TV above it.

The living room easily fits a couch.

Lovely and functional bathroom.

What a great laundry station!

There’s a closet in the bedroom.

Here’s the bedroom.

Cozy for two and perfect for one.

Details:

  • $109,750
  • Built by New Creation Tiny Homes in Madras
  • 26’ long and 8.5’ wide, 238 sgft.
  • Retail $129,975 Now $109,750
    Nationwide Delivery Available, ask for Quote.
  • We carefully designed this model to create a comfortable living space that is fully functional for daily life. This spacious tiny home features a Boho Beach vibe with white shiplap and natural wood accents throughout. This beauty has a traditional gable style roof, lots of large windows, vaulted ceilings, open floor-plan, storage loft, full laundry and all of our most popular upgrades throughout. The Behati is a tiny blessing for your new tiny lifestyle.
  • Model includes:
    Standard Exterior Includes:
    Exterior Vinyl Siding
    Metal Roof
    White Vinyl
    Low-E Argon Insulated Windows 30″ Out Swing Full Light Entry Door
  • Standard Interior Includes:
    Kitchen
    Upgraded Hickory Base Cabinets Upgraded Pantry CabinetUpgraded Butcher Block Open Shelving
    Upgraded SinkButcher-Block Countertop
    Upgraded Matte Black Faucet & Hardware
    Double Burner Induction Cooktop
    Refrigerator – 10.1 CFT
  • Bathroom
    White 2 Drawer Vanity with Butcher-block top
    Upgraded Round Vessel Sink
    Upgraded custom wallpaper
    Matte Black Faucet & Hardware
    36” Shower with Glass Surround
    Standard Flushing Toilet
    Upgraded Washer/Dryer Combo
    Upgraded Block Laundry Countertop
    Upgraded CupboardTankless Water-Heater – Propane Main
  • Living Spaces
    Upgraded Shiplap throughout
    Barn Style Doors
    Standard Wall Heat in Bedroom
    Upgraded Floor Heat Living & Bathroom
    Luxury Vinyl Plank Floor
  • Additional Upgraded Features
    Custom Designed Electric Fireplace in Living Room
    Pre-Installed Wall TV Mount
    Ceiling Fan with Remote in Living Room
    Window Blinds
    RVIA Certification

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Kathy
    March 6, 2023, 4:10 pm

    Lovely home! The kitchen, while initially looking too small, has made up for lack of cabinet space with a terrific closed pantry. One shelf in there could be dedicated to a Breville convection oven. The lounge area is a bit tight as well, but adequate. My personal preference would be for a book case with TV in the center instead of the fireplace wall. The bedroom is fabulous – especially having space to move around and that closet- what a plus! Last but not least, the bathroom. There is again a bit more space in which to move around than usual, as well as laundry and storage. This house has it all at only 26 feet, and in today’s inflated market, it comes in at a decent price as well. Congratulations to designer and builder.

  • Liz
    March 6, 2023, 9:39 pm

    Why are there SO many copycat kitchens with floating shelves and huge farmhouse sinks? Isn’t countertop space important anymore? I believe it’s much more important than a farmhouse sink. Floating shelves? They cannot contain the number of necessary kitchen items as do cupboards. The Tiny Home kitchen is small therefore any space available must be used appropriately, not wasted on floating shelves and farmhouse sinks. Who cares if they’re the latest fad? Where is originality and common sense?

    • James D.
      March 6, 2023, 10:59 pm

      Problem is everything is important, just to different degrees to different people and there are always trade offs. So there’s no proper way that works equally well for everyone, which just leaves people to choose what works best for them even if that ends up being very different from what other people would do.

      So it isn’t about being original, but rather what’s appropriate, and the logic is actually to do what’s best for the person who will actually use it and not someone else… In this case the priority is an all one level home, with an actual bedroom, with closet, and usable living space rather than a house wrapped around a kitchen, having to climb to a loft to sleep, and use stairs as for storage, as is often the case when the kitchen is the priority instead.

      Again, there’s always trade offs and reasons why people make different choices. Simple fact of the matter is not everyone will agree on what trade offs are better. So there’s going to be lots of different choices made, especially those custom made that reflect the actual people who are going to be living in these homes.

    • Ray
      March 7, 2023, 11:17 am

      Excellent points Liz, Form over function may be alright for a weekend cabin but hurts the full time livability and overall attraction to tiny home.

  • Marsha Cowan
    March 6, 2023, 9:51 pm

    This is a beautiful home, especially the barrel type ceiling, and the stained floors. I love the kitchen and the bath, especially the way the laundry appliance seamlessly fits under the nice countertop out of the way, but convenient. The whole house has a very warm and cozy vibe. It’s lovely!

  • Maria Kentala
    March 7, 2023, 8:02 am

    Way too much money for this home. I know that James D. will make a comment. Lumber has not gone up that much to ask for such a price. Don’t need a fire place. There is no a/c or heat unit. No counter space,no upper cabinets. Washer/dryer unit eats up too much power. But I like the layout.

    • James D.
      March 7, 2023, 9:32 am

      I can’t really comment on the price of this one because I don’t know enough details about it. So you may be right as far as I presently know.

      I’d just point out, as general guideline, prices are never going to be based on just material costs. Since, houses don’t build themselves and there can be a lot of services and additional fees that go into it as well. Like you’re going to pay more for anything involving an Architect, Engineer, skilled crafts person, etc. and especially, for anything custom built and built to higher standards than required. So typically only look to material costs for about a third to a half of the total costs, unless it’s something mass produced as that helps lower building costs per unit.

      Though, location also always plays a factor as costs are also not the same everywhere for builders. So those in more expensive locations are generally going to be charging higher rates because that’s what it costs for them… It’s one of the reasons most manufacturing happens in certain other countries because it’s often cheaper to do so in certain other countries. So, similarly, you can find lower prices from builders who operate in lower cost states.

  • Donna Rae
    March 7, 2023, 1:18 pm

    I’ve studied this one for a bit and the conclusion I have come to, for me personally, is I’d have to add a couple of feet onto the length because there is just no way to increase the size of the kitchen…which is way too small if you are going to live in it full time, and how I look at these tiny homes…at the 26′ length. I love the big sink so would not want to sacrifice that convenience for a postage sized sink that is always going to be a pain in the backside so in order to get more counter space (used for more than just preparing meals…art projects, sorting papers, folding laundry, etc.), the whole thing has to be longer. 😉 More length would also allow for a full sized refrigerator, a must have unless you want to go to the store every couple of days. LOVE that ceiling! And the bathroom is nice though I would want both a washer and dryer. I’ve owned the combo before and it takes FOREVER to do a load of laundry! Still, better than going to the laundromat!!!!! I’d skip the fireplace as well as that small window so I could have that whole wall for storage cabinetry and a place for a very large TV! Overall, the designers did a great job and all of my suggestions are absolutely personal preference…and aren’t we all glad that if we decide to build a Tiny for ourselves, we can customize certain aspects? As was mentioned, adding or customizing anything is going to add to the cost. Two additional feet would definitely make it more expensive but in the long run of living in it, having those personal preferences done would make life more enjoyable with less aggravation! A smaller sink??? Forget it! hahaha

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