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Faltvy 684 Sq. Ft. Small House Plans

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If under-400-square-feet is just too tiny for you, how about going a bit bigger with something like the latest Faltvy small home plans. These PDF plans show an awesome two-bedroom, two-bathroom home that also includes a multi-purpose loft space.

The middle of the home layout is dedicated to a kitchen a living room overlooking the huge picture windows. Would you build this?

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Two-Bedroom Modern Small Home Plans

High ceilings in the galley kitchen

Awesome safety railing around the entire loft.

Big windows let sunshine into the living room.

Ground floor bedroom with huge windows.

Second bedroom.

There are also two bathrooms, one on each side of the house.

The washer and dryer are in the larger bathroom.

Loft space can be for kids/office/storage.


  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 baths
  • 684 sq. ft. + lofts
  • Width: 36’-0”
  • Length: 18’-0”
  • Height: 16’-10” +/-
  • Wall height: Sloped to 12’-0” – 14’-0”
  • Highest point in loft: 5’-2”
  • Main floor ceilings below loft: 8’-0” (modifiable to 9’-0”)
  • 2×6 R-21 + walls
  • Trussed R-49 + roof
  • Insulated slab foundation
  • Mini-split heating & cooling
  • Tankless water heating
  • Wood or gas fireplace optional
  • International Residential Code compliant

What’s Included

  • Instant PDF download
  • License to build one house
  • Plans are delivered as immediate PDF downloads and are ready to submit for permitting and construction anywhere in the US or Canada. Additional information and/or engineering may be required in specific zip codes, check with your local building department. Plans include license to build one house.

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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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  • Linda Baker
    March 10, 2022, 11:03 pm

    these plans seem great, enough space to not be on top of one another but still compact – looks like it could be easily customized as well – nice!

  • Donna Rae
    March 14, 2022, 12:16 pm

    Overall, this is a good floor plan. I like having the bedrooms on opposite sides of the house and am thinking that there must be a way of making them both true master suites. It would take some tweaking but having access to a bathroom from each bedroom would be nice either for having guests over or having a roommate. Something must be done about the placement of that ladder configuration, though. Surely it could be somewhere else besides in the middle of the room. I’d be tempted to eliminate the loft section above the living space and have a ladder up to each of the leftover lofts. I’m not a fan of lofts…not as young as I used to be…so might even consider eliminating the lofts entirely. How spacious would that feel??? Nice! Maybe keep a loft storage space above each bathroom since storage is always in short supply. Even as is, very livable and I could see myself living there.

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