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This 110 sq. ft. tiny house can sleep three to four people in Washougal, Washington.

Inside you’ll find a murphy bed and a double bed.

There’s a kitchen with power and water. And there’s an outdoor shower too.

Guests are welcome to use the bathroom and shower inside the main house.

This looks like a great DIY tiny house one can build for an affordable amount of money, don’t you think? I love it! Please enjoy and re-share it below. Thanks!

110 Sq. Ft. Tiny House Vacation


Images © Kenny/Airbnb

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Susan Moray enlisted the help of Jack Barnes Architects to help her convert her garage into a 550 sq. ft. ADU cottage that she now uses as a vacation rental in Portland, Oregon’s Ladd neighborhood. ADU, by the way, stands for Accessory Dwelling Unit in case you’re not familiar.

Together with Design Build Portland contractors they were able to get the job done for a total cost of $90,000, according to Accessory Dwellings. Now you can stay in the cottage if you’re ever in Portland.

Jack Barnes (architect) designed an amazing little cottage based on the already existing garage structure that’s so energy efficient it received a Platinum Award from Earth Advantage. And they had absolutely no trouble getting the plans approved by the city thanks to his expertise.

Related: Woman Downsizes to 557 Sq. Ft. Tumbleweed Cottage

Woman Converts Garage into Small Yellow ADU Cottage


Images © Sky Rocket Photography/Portland Vacation Cottage

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The Pocket House Tiny House Vacation Rental in Portland, Oregon (featured in Portland Monthly) is actually a bit larger than it appears.

At 435 sq. ft. most of us would consider it a small cabin. But since it was built with seemingly a lot of tiny house inspiration, I thought you’d also find it fun to look at either way. And if you’re ever in the Portland area, why not stay here instead of in a motel if you can? Inside you’ll find a kitchen, sleeping loft, private downstairs bedroom, living area, and full bathroom. Plus there’s a private garden space outside. See it all for yourself below and… consider booking a stay in it too (someday.. I think I just might!).

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435 Sq. Ft. Pocket House by Swift Architecture


Images © PocketHousePDX

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