It’s a one-bedroom one-bath with a garage and it’s a two-story design. When you walk in (maybe after you park your car in the garage) you’re greeted by an entry.
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Simple Living in a Small House w/ Garage
I think you’ll enjoy the rest of the tour below:
My question is…
How would you like to live here instead of in a tiny house?
Just curious. Let us know in the comments.
Tiny or Small House with a Garage?
Relative to a lot of the tiny homes that I feature here, this is pretty large and spacious.
But part of it- I think- is also the amount of space the garage takes.
And with vehicles being so expensive, it really might be worth having a garage long-term
To store your car though (not your unwanted stuff) LOL.
Small House Living with a Modern Touch
Backyard with Fence for Privacy
Once you walk inside (downstairs) you can go directly upstairs which leads you to the kitchen, lounge, and balcony area with high ceilings, open space, and skylights.
Upstairs Balcony and Outdoor Lounge
Micro Farm up on the Balcony
Modern French Doors that go to Balcony
Staircase, Skylights and Access to Balcony
Large Modern Kitchen in this Small House
Back downstairs is your bathroom, bedroom, closet, and garage. All with plenty of space in each room at 800 sq. ft. total living space.
Bedroom with Built in Storage Cabinets
Floor Plan: Level Two
Floor Plan: First Level
More 3D Sketches of the Design
If you’ve decided that a tiny house isn’t for you right now, would you still consider the simple life in a small home instead?
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