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Looking for a one-level, loft-free tiny house that you can build? Look no further than these amazing Hickory Outlook tiny house blueprints and building plans that are on sale now!

The plans include all you need to have your home professionally built. It includes a bathroom with a luxury shower and space for a washer/dryer unit. There’s a full kitchen with all normal-sized appliances, and an open-concept living and sleeping area. The coolest part, though, has to be the huge deck off the front that doubles your living space.

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Hickory Outlook Tiny House Blueprints

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Images via Scenic Orchard

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While it’s fun to look at and admire all kinds of tiny house designs, sometimes you just want some DIY plans so you can get started! Well, Australia-based Uber Tiny Homes has plans for their “Patana” model for sale (with both metric and imperial measurements) so you can build your very own THOW.

The plans are for a  stunning tiny home with a spacious bathroom that includes a soaking tub, two sleeping lofts, a generous living area and a kitchen with all the major appliances. Obviously finishing touches and color scheme are up to your own creativity! There’s even a cozy window seat perfect for reading on rainy days.

You can purchase the plans for $250 AUD, or $183.20 USD, on their website. Enjoy the 3D renders of their design below!

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Plans for a Gorgeous Tiny House You Can Buy Now!

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Images via Uber Tiny Homes

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Here’s your chance to help the homeless and get your own Jay Shafer/Four Lights Tiny House Company plans for just $250.

Shafer and affordable housing advocate, River King, have teamed up to build a 5-to-6 home community for the homeless in Sonoma County, California. Along with the houses, Shafer and King will create a common area and garden where children can play safely.

They are looking for $100,000 to complete the project, and in order to raise the funds, Four Lights is offering any of its designs for a tax-deductible donation of $250. This is really a win-win if you like Shafer’s designs and you support his mission to provide affordable housing for those in need.

Check out the video about Tiny Houses for Humanity below, and head over here to donate (and get your blueprints!). To see Shafer’s plans, go to Four Lights Tiny House Company.

Related: Jay Shafer’s 312 Sq. Ft. Tiny U-House Cabin

Help the Homeless and Get Shafer Tiny House Plans for $250

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These are the Manitoba 636 Floor Plan/Designs, another one of the 13 Canada-inspired designs by John Robinson of Robinson Residential.

The Manitoba-636 small home plan is inspired by a province that has embraced architecture and technology. Many local industries manufacture and build numerous building systems including modular homes. It’s this creative mindset that inspired us to design a contemporary home for Manitoba, one that could be built in two pods, as a modular project. This plan features: Main floor foyer, bath and bedroom; 2nd floor kitchen and living room with an abundance of windows and deck; Carport offers a protected front entry and a storage shed

You can also check out John’s Nova Scotia and Alberta plans.

Enjoy the pictures below and head over to Robinson Residential to purchase your set today!

Related: Announcing: 13 New Small Home Plans from Robinson Residential

Manitoba 636 sq. ft. Floor Plan/Designs

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As part of his celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary, here is the Alberta A-Frame Cottage design by Robinson Residential.

The Alberta cottage is an ‘A’ frame in the “Times New Roman Style”. A frames were very popular in the 60’s and 70’s as they were a pretty simple structure that went up fast and did not take a lot of framing skills or materials. The look of an A frame became what many thought of as a cottage at that time.

One of the biggest hurdles designing them was finding a way to incorporate the stairs between the levels, as headroom was decreased on the top floor. In this plan, I have made the cottage a back to front split so that the stairs are essentially a hallway connecting the spaces. The kitchen is at the lowest level and has a large eating island. The bathroom and laundry are also on this floor. Storage would be built into the sloped exterior walls. Up a few feet is a living room with a very high ceiling and lots of rear facing windows. Above the kitchen we have the bedroom which has it’s own private exterior balcony.

While not tiny, this is a small cottage that should offer lots of storage, abundant windows and the cabin atmosphere that only an A frame can provide.

Check out the plans below and head over to Robinson Residential to purchase yours today!

Related: Announcing: 13 New Small Home Plans from Robinson Residential

Alberta A-Frame Small Home Design

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