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399-sq.-ft. SIP-Built Cottages for these Tiny House Villages

Today we’re excited to introduce the beautiful Eclipse Cottages, built with low-maintenance SIP panels and including rainwater catch base filtration systems, greywater reuse systems, and other amazing sustainable options! They come with a few layout options and plenty of customization color/finish-wise.

Right now, these cottages are only available to be placed in one of Eclipse’s three tiny house villages in South Carolina, but eventually, they will build and ship them to the general public.

Did I say tiny house village? Yes! Stay tuned for a more in-depth post about the communities, but you can head over here and here to learn more about two of them (which are currently taking residents) and here for a third one in production. Tell us what you think in the comments!

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399 Sq. Ft. Sustainable SIP-Built Cottages

The Omega version has these stunning high ceilings.

The kitchen houses full-sized appliances.

No need for stairs with this ground-floor bedroom.

The bathroom with a flush toilet

Office space.

The loft ceilings are just over 6 feet at the peak!

You can even opt for a half bath upstairs!

Lovely wall of windows and space for a big couch.

Mini-split heating and cooling.

Look at all the sunlight you get here!

This one has an added porch. Awesome.

Canopy of trees in their village.

You could call this home!


  • Steel stud construction
  • Steel exterior
  • Closed-cell foam insulation
  • Rainwater catch base filtration systems
  • Greywater reuse systems
  • Blackwater management
  • ANSI 119.5 Certified Tiny Home
  • R35 wall ceiling custom formula closed-cell insulation Floor Space
  • 399 Sq. Ft. of livable space
  • ​5kw of solar on every home
  • Multiple floor plans and loft options
  • Upgrades
  • Loft With Up To 399 Sq. Ft. Of Loft Space
    ⅓ loft with or without the wall, ⅔ loft raised or not on back ⅓, raised roof option so you can stand in our loft (limited availability), ½ bath option on raised roof option,
  • Additional option of up to 399 more Sq. Ft. of loft space with a 6’6″ standing room at peak of roof (limited availability)
  • Half bath in loft
  • Optional Kitchen Island
  • Battery Backup
  • Water catchment and filtration
  • Greywater reuse
  • Blackwater management

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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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  • Maggie
    April 26, 2022, 11:10 am

    Man, I gotta win the lottery! Love these. Mine would have the porch and 1/2 bath upstairs.

  • vee
    April 26, 2022, 12:27 pm

    Love it! Full-size kitchen appliances, downstairs bedroom, small office space — I’d def. want the porch most of all!!

  • NITA Hiltner
    April 26, 2022, 3:47 pm

    Finally, a real living room! Love the bedrooms. Is one downstairs?

    • Natalie C. McKee
      April 27, 2022, 6:46 am

      Yes it is!

  • Linda Baker
    April 26, 2022, 4:22 pm

    these options make having your “own” home possible – almost too many windows! Don’t know how I could wash the uppers! The size is perfect for one or two retired adults for down sizing in retirement.

    • James D.
      April 27, 2022, 6:29 pm

      Well, keep in mind that it’s “ANSI 119.5 Certified Tiny Home”, which means it’s a Park Model RV. So still has the difficulty of finding a place to put them and being able to legally live in them full time as a residence.

      The SIP construction is otherwise very cost effective and quite a step up from the average Park Model…

      • Eric
        June 29, 2022, 9:00 pm

        Ah, but what does full time mean in the States. Here in New Zealand, if I remember rightly, you have to vacate for a maximum of 1 week per year. Not sure if that means I week in total, or whether you can break it up into smaller lots.

        • James D.
          June 29, 2022, 9:31 pm

          Pretty straight forward, full time means all year. However, restrictions vary but overall RV/Caravans are typically only meant to be used up to 4 weeks out of the year and anything on wheels tends to automatically fall into that category…

          Work around options include being nomadic, moving every few weeks, or finding an RV Park, etc. that allows full time parking… Some may only be seasonal but there are some full time locations. While most are rental lots, there’s a few that may allow purchasing of the lot to own the spot…

          Though, specific restrictions vary across the country, there are places that you may only need to vacate for a short period and then return for the rest of the year or for another set period of time.

          While residential properties are typically more restrictive and the RV/Caravan may not be allowed to be used or even allowed to be visible. So it often has to be specifically zoned for RV parking if it’s private property or something similar like for a mobile home that may fall under HUD…

          Options like boon docking on BLM land is free and allowed for up to basically 2 weeks or 15 days but if you just move to another spot then the timer resets and is an option for those who can live off-grid…

          Some states are more friendly towards providing long term parking options while others are more restrictive to even banning…

          To circumnavigate the restrictions and be able to establish more quickly without a legal battle, many tiny home villages are basically RV Parks that have been purchased and converted into a Tiny House village. Some will be mixed RV/THOW, while others will be strictly Tiny Houses and be designed to look and function like a regular community.

          Though, there are those who have actually managed to develop property that’s actually a regular community, just for tiny houses, and are on foundations but still few and far between…

          Legally, there’s a distinction between Tiny Houses and Park Model RV’s. So, depending on location, it can be harder to place a Park Model RV as most of the efforts to legalize tiny houses doesn’t apply to Park Model RV’s and Park Model RV’s are specifically not intended to be moved very far, being larger than road legal size limits, and tend to be very local to where they are manufactured.

          Though, some areas may have little to no restrictions or local code just doesn’t specify how it’s built and the structure may just need to meet a minimum sq ft requirement, which adding an addition to the Park Model may allow it to work but that’s pretty rare exception…

  • Mary Page
    April 26, 2022, 4:52 pm

    Beautiful. Love the area. Looking forward to more posts. Thank you.

  • Sandi Greaves
    April 26, 2022, 8:55 pm

    Great build, love the name, transcend!

  • April 27, 2022, 12:38 am

    Beautifully done!

  • Mary
    April 27, 2022, 1:10 pm

    Really gorgeous and light filled.
    I would be concerned about heat with the very high ceilings and the mini split at the top of the kitchen. Will the ceiling fan be enough to pull the heat down to the living area?
    Looks very well thought out.
    Bath tub or shower?
    Maybe I missed it, but I didn’t see a price on this for the basic model. The website doesn’t seem to have it either.
    Since this won’t be moved, might be nice to have a bit of overhang on the roof.
    Very spacious and so great with the windows looking out to those beautiful trees.

    • James D.
      April 27, 2022, 6:18 pm

      The link that takes you to the “Master Planned Tiny Home Community” has under homes… “Our Park Model home prices start at around $50k and include a lowest price guarantee!”

  • Laura Smyser
    May 3, 2022, 5:39 am

    Love it.

  • Kimberly Poole
    May 7, 2022, 9:17 am

    Wow, I really love this tiny home. The high ceilings, the windows & all the sunlight makes this home stunning. I love this home.

  • Ginnie Kozak
    June 29, 2022, 12:31 pm

    The model looks great, but I have my doubts about the “communities.” I live in South Carolina. It’s a small state where if these are really more than RV parks there would be quite a bit of information floating around already. Since I’m a planner, stories would certainly be making the rounds if something innovative that would provide good affordable housing were being developed.

  • Laila Stephen
    July 17, 2022, 11:13 am

    Love the layout and spaciousness of it. One question though, I see the ceilings are made of metal. Is there any insulation behind that metal, or is that the roof? It seems like it would generate a lot of heat in the summer and allow in a lot of cold in the winter.

    Not sure if this is meant to cover that, but if so then that’s fine: R35 wall ceiling custom formula closed-cell insulation Floor Space.

    • James D.
      July 17, 2022, 2:00 pm

      Whole structure is made from SIPs (Structural Insulated Panels). So much better insulated than most regular structures.

  • July 17, 2022, 2:06 pm

    Great Idea for fire zones out west.

  • July 17, 2022, 2:43 pm

    I just did a few workups on this one…There are about eight different motifs right out of the hat. A nice Red Barn style with wrapped porches, A nice seniors bungalow with a front porch and a Juliet Balcony outback and 9′ walls, you could even make a flat roof version for the SW and a spray-on adobe texture (out of a texas company), modify that standard floorplan and you could have my 1.5 bath unit with ease. You need to hammer these guys and get them to expand out west in the Fire Zones…Look at it as a service to humanity…Feel free to use my stuff…

  • jjlaurenrn
    August 21, 2022, 9:00 pm

    Very impressed with this home in almost every way, however, it is a deal breaker for me to not have a window over the kitchen sink.

    • Payton Watson
      August 23, 2022, 4:58 pm

      This is so funny, as this is the first thing that I noticed, also, no window over the sink, that is a must.

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