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Maiden Mansion Tiny House Vacation in Seattle

If you are curious about tiny house living, and you plan on being in Seattle, WA in the near future, check out this Maiden Mansion Tiny House Vacation in Seattle built by Pocket Mansions.

The cute little cottage has 1 bed and 1 bath, but accommodates 4 people. The kitchen is fully equipped so you can cook and eat there if you wish. The living area contains a sofa that comfortably seats 4 to 6 people. There is a bed in the upstairs loft, and one downstairs in the living area. A washer and dryer make it your self-contained home away from home!

Maiden Mansion Tiny House Vacation in Seattle

Maiden Mansion Tiny House Vacation

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The surrounding neighborhood has a nearby shopping center, Target, Barnes and Nobles, Bank of America, 24 hour grocery store, three Starbucks and lots more.

Hannah loves talking about her passion for tiny homes, so if you want to chat about them, let her know when you book this B&B.  If she’s available, she will arrange a visit with you.  Or if you just want a private, undisturbed place for some R&R, she’s happy to leave you alone too!

If you enjoy a quiet and peaceful getaway, and especially if you enjoy reading (over 100 books in the house!), you should check it out: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5852034


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  • Avatar Cahow
    May 12, 2015, 10:33 am

    With those stairs and a handrail to help my crippled old body gain access to the loft, I’d actually consider giving this Tiny a go. It looks like quite a jolly place to stay. 😀 LOVE the mirror and sink in the loo.

    • Avatar Mary McGuirk
      May 12, 2015, 1:21 pm

      There is a version where the “right hand” side of the kitchen ( past where the w/d is) becomes a STAND UP LOFT area, that is even easier for old bones. Yeah, you could actually be walking on your counter space; but you can actually work around that with a FOLD UP stand up area, that only came down when you were actually using the loft, but it would leave room for a small rolling cart that would not be walked on!

  • Avatar Carole D.
    May 12, 2015, 11:54 am

    I love the staircase, love the great kitchen. If I lived closer, I would try this for a whole week. Love the skylights.
    Great job!

  • Avatar Penny
    May 12, 2015, 12:01 pm

    Finally a tiny house with stairs, a hand rail, washer/dryer and a closet! This is one of the best plans I’ve seen so far.

  • Avatar JC
    May 12, 2015, 12:09 pm

    This is one of my favorite tiny homes ever! Love the stairs and the skylight and the couch/dining area is awesome!

  • Avatar M
    May 12, 2015, 12:24 pm

    Ah, nice to see one with books in it! That would be me. Half of any move I make is the boxes and boxes of books.

  • Avatar AL
    May 12, 2015, 12:34 pm

    Love it! Love the place in general, the books, the loft (that seems even better than a “normal” loft because of the shelving, storage & privacy), the skylights, the dining table & forethought of the home. It looks cozy & inviting! 🙂 Makes me smile. :):):) Best wishes to Hannah (& to everyone!)!

  • Avatar Tammy
    May 12, 2015, 12:39 pm

    Not only do I love this, I’m going to make reservations asap! So cool!!!

  • Avatar Karen R
    May 12, 2015, 2:58 pm

    So nice, well planned, nice touches, and THE LOFT BED IS MADE! As one who makes the bed immediately after my feet hit the floor, I hate all the photos of rumpled beds in lofts.

    Perfect getaway!

    • Avatar Cahow
      May 13, 2015, 9:56 am

      Hi, Karen. 😀 I had a good chuckle over your “made bed” comment; like you, as soon as our feet hit the floor, our bed is MADE!!! Two things in my mind equal ‘squalor’: a messed up rumply bed and a sinkful of dirty dishes! Did you ever notice on newscasts when they are featuring a crack-house or a house where kids are taken away to DCFS that the camera ALWAYS pans across the filthy sink area AND the unmade beds? At least if a camera crew for the local news ever comes to film MY home’s sink/bed, they’ll find nothing to film. LOL

      I don’t know if you subscribe to Tiny House Listings, but some of the Tiny Homes featured for sale are SO hideous inside, in regards to lack of ANY tidiness, that they look as if they were ransacked! Just this week, one listing was in such an unkempt state (with bags of trash lined up in the kitchen and old pizza boxes on the table) that I had to mentally scrub my brain after closing out that page. :0

      People: If you are listing or showing your homes for sale or display, for goodness sake, get some friends or family members to show up and tidy up before you post your photos! I’m not talking about an errant coffee cup but obvious signs of neglect and disrespect for your home that you’re showcasing. Harrumph. 😉

  • May 12, 2015, 3:12 pm

    LOVE this place… so deliciously cozy. And yes, agree with the earlier comment: love the books! Makes it all the more inviting.

  • Avatar Lisa E.
    May 12, 2015, 4:15 pm

    Nice cubbies in the staircase; great for DVD’s. Love the skylight in the bedroom; it rocks!

  • Avatar Mardee
    May 12, 2015, 4:28 pm

    I love this house but it has way too many books I would put some books up but mostly put plants and decorative things….more space for things I would use

    • Avatar Sue T.
      May 12, 2015, 7:31 pm

      Things I would use? Certainly not decorative things. My books are my tools, my source of ideas, my creative channel. I make things and my books are crucial to that. In fact, I need a place with room for MORE books than this one has.

  • Avatar Susan
    May 12, 2015, 7:51 pm

    Great use of a small space, with personality! And stairs! I think I’d like to try it out as well….

  • Avatar Shelley
    May 12, 2015, 8:27 pm

    I love this design! Does anyone know how big it is?

  • Avatar Catherine Wilson
    May 12, 2015, 9:40 pm

    I like cosy too, but all those shelves up so high make it look cramped and cluttered. Makes me itch to clear it all out!!!

  • Avatar Bea Dorsett
    May 12, 2015, 9:51 pm

    I simply love this little house. The only change I would make would be to put a wood cook stove in it and have the shower & sink close enough a person could run copper tubing around the wood cook stove’s flue pipe to heat the water. Or at least have a solar water heater added.

  • May 12, 2015, 10:40 pm

    I agree that the stairs with a railing is a huge plus for someone older. Also love the cool bath fixtures and great storage spaces. Having a washer/dryer is a plus as well. Thumbs-up for Hannah!

  • Avatar Anna Futrell
    May 12, 2015, 10:56 pm

    First tiny house I’ve seen, that isn’t gooseneck, that I could live in. Love the stairs with a hand rail and all the books. Resource books with pictures for “how to” just aren’t user friendly in digital format. This little house would have room for my art supplies. I wonder how much flights are from NM, I may have to try it out.
    Very nice.

  • Avatar Varenikje
    May 13, 2015, 1:09 am

    I think I want to try something like this out. A house for rent is a great idea!

    • Avatar Varenikje
      May 13, 2015, 1:14 am

      Anybody know how big this house is? Like length and width?

  • Avatar moby4444
    May 13, 2015, 6:32 am

    I agree, too many books. I’m sixty-four and I have over a thousand books on my kindle. I thought the whole tiny house mindset was about eliminating the clutter. I don’t believe that the mere displaying of books is an indication of intelligence. One must actually read them. And the conservation of space allowed by a digital library one can hold in their hand is a godsend for space savers. With my new kindle with built-in light I needn’t retire early to conserve power either.

    A lot of knick-knacks taking up too much space as well. I half expected to see a thimble collection, beanie babies, or hummel figurines hanging on the wall. Sorry, I’m sure it’s a guy thing. My sister has a ton of them, and she’d never part with them. I guess we all decide what is important in life to us. But my sister would never consider living in a tiny house either. Her craft room alone is bigger than two or three average sized tiny houses. She subscribes to the, “the person with the most stuff when they die, wins” school of thought! She’s been buying her happiness since about 1967.

    Love the copper kitchen sink, the counter tops and the sky lights. I wonder about the lack of use of the stair cavities for storage. I also like the use of lighter fabrics in the seating cushions. I’m sure harder to keep clean, but lighter and brighter makes the space seem larger and eye pleasing.

  • Avatar Maria
    May 13, 2015, 6:46 am

    Like this home. But the price is too high for me. $65,000.00. I thought going tiny was not to have a mortgage. Like Varenikje I would like to know the widh and length of the inside.

  • Avatar Denise
    May 13, 2015, 7:30 am

    This is probably the best THOW I have seen so far. It looks like it might even feature a real loo also, although not pictured. They were *thinking* when they designed that stairset and not just trying to make access in a small amount of space. The books complete the perfection of this place. Since I live in the Seattle area, I might have to check it out.

  • Avatar Isabell
    May 13, 2015, 10:32 am

    Mary McGuirk said there were other options or plans, but I was unable to find them. This is a great TH. Does anyone know the dimensions? Wonderful plan! Love the way the couch can seat 4 people for dinner or be made into an additional bed. Stellar!

  • Avatar Karen R
    May 13, 2015, 3:15 pm

    Hi, Cahow. I am with you, but I would add the bathroom . . .no old toothbrushes, dripping ugly bottles, stacks of tp, or dirty combs and brushes, please! I don’t object to shiny clean dishes draining in the kitchen, by the way.

    Having said that, I am a collector. I like the way my quilts, silhouettes, baskets, etc., are arranged (the important step!) and displayed. I really don’t care if my style suits anyone else, and I don’t criticize the way others decorate (my husband and I inexplicably produced two minimalist daughters – go figure! Reactionary? I suspect they were scarred by my own ebullient use of antiques). Wall to wall bookshelves with neatly stacked books? Fine. Haphazard stacks of books on every surface? Messy.

    So whatever colors people prefer, whatever they want in their home . . .go for it. Just organize and clean, particularly if your home is for sale!

  • Avatar Rue
    May 15, 2015, 6:08 pm

    Stairs, washer/dryer, privacy for the loft, a closet….fit an ofuro tub in there and a real (if small) couch that can be lounged upon, and I’d live in this one in a heartbeat!

    It might look messy or cluttered to some, but it’s instructive to me to see a tiny house that actually looks used and lived in.

    And as someone who can’t afford to replace all the books I enjoy re-reading with digital versions, I think the bookshelves are a great use of vertical space.

    After all, downsizing means less stuff, but not NO stuff. This shows that one doesn’t have to take a vow of austerity to live tiny.

  • May 24, 2015, 11:57 am

    No rules to tiny home living. I had a 200 sq foot storage shed to store different pieces of furniture and many things that I used in my tiny home. Who wants to live in a box and see the same stuff everyday? I guess some do but to me that is just plain boring. I like that this tiny home owner surrounds herself with things that she likes and wants to keep. I love to fill every corner of my tiny house and I also love to shop so I can change things out when I get bored. No rule book for tiny home dwellers. Enjoy life and enjoy your “STUFF” without any guilt. If you plan to sell your tiny home you need to stage it right and remove a lot of things that detract from a potential sale.

    My question is – Is this tiny home legal? So many tiny home owners in WA are not parked legally. I have owned a 2300 sq ft home and acerage in rural small town on a private road for 15 plus years. I had my tiny home parked there and the neighbor didn’t like it so the county followed up and even though I paid $4,500 a yr in property taxes I was not allowed to live in, sleep in my tiny home legally. WA state tiny home lovers make sure you have wheels in working order on your tiny home cause it just takes one neighbor to ruin your sweet tiny home life and dream. The ordinances and regulations in this nanny state of WA suck big time.

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