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Falcon’s Perch House Plans


Introducing the Falcon’s Perch, a 1488 square foot modern take on a traditional ranch-style home. Designed by TheHut.Company, founded by some of the architects at Groupthink Architects, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is a perfect small space for a family of four.

It has a kids’ bedroom and a primary bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, but there’s also a family bathroom behind the large kitchen. The design allows for a dining area for family dinners, and the living room faces a breathtaking fireplace. What do you think of this design? And yes, you can purchase the plans!

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This is a modern take on a ranch-style home.

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It fits a large table for entertaining.

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The kitchen boasts oodles of counter space.

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Enjoy relaxing in the living room and soaking up the warmth of the fire.

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The kids’ room fits twin beds (or bunks).

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The primary bedroom has windows to the outdoors.

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A large porch gives you living space outdoors.

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Here’s the floor plan!

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Desription:

Introducing “Falcon’s Perch,” a unique cabin meticulously crafted by Groupthink Architects for TheHut.Company. We specialize in pre-designed residential projects for those seeking outstanding designs online.

This spacious cabin, with a base model of 1488 sqft, offers versatility. You can opt for a basement with a two-car garage, a TV room, a full bathroom, and two bedrooms. Alternatively, choose a half-basement with two bedrooms, a TV room, and a full bathroom. Or, go for a loft open space with a full bedroom, TV area, and full bathroom.

The original set includes two full bathrooms, two bedrooms with walk-in closets, a kitchen, living and dining rooms, a mechanical room, and a foyer.

Inspired by online projects, we designed this cabin with a focus on functionality, beautiful aesthetics, and a contemporary craftsman style. With over 100 projects sold, most being custom, we offer flexibility—adding or reducing sqft, adjusting bedroom sizes. Our simple layout allows us to cater to various needs.

We’ve sold projects in about 20 states, France, Germany, Australia, and Mexico. Groupthink is dedicated to high-end custom residential projects, while The Hut, founded by Groupthink’s main architects, provides an affordable, design option without compromising beauty.

Our models, including this one, can adapt to clients’ needs. Embracing the challenge of custom modifications is what makes each project beautifully unique.

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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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