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Modern 500 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin on a Foundation


This is a modern tiny cabin on a foundation in Missoula, Montana that’s available to book on Airbnb.

It’s a 500 sq. ft. design that sleeps up to four people thanks to the pull-out sofa in the living room.

The floor plan gives you a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and a main floor bedroom. What do you think?

Modern 500 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin on a Foundation in Missoula, Montana

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Images via Airbnb

Learn more: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/26030021

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  • Jerry Dycus December 17, 2018, 4:22 pm

    Nice and simple construction a good carpenter and a helper could build one of these in 3-6 days after a slab is poured, which is easy too though hire an experienced person and have 2 strong helpers,
    correct floats, etc.
    Now wood is so high priced and a solid floor keeps things warm in winter and cool in summer, is the better option. Make it worth 2x as much too.
    And just the right width, about 10′ which enables standard furniture and something on each side of the room, very flexible.
    Though mine is only 16′ long and use a couch bed, only cost $4k including hiring some help as I’m too handicapped/old to do the heavy stuff, even pounding nails hurts.
    But I’ve been screwing wood together and put mine together with carpenter’s glue and screws.

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