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The Homestead: 400 Sq. Ft. Home by Utopian Villas


This new model  — The Homestead — from Utopian Villas is a perfect size between small home and tiny home. With 400 sq. ft. of living space on the first floor and another 191 sq. ft. in the loft (plus a 120 sq. ft. deck) you get room to spread out without a huge footprint!

It comes in three different style designs: The Modern Farmhouse, Modern, and Rustic. Each one is designed to fit your preferences. You’ll get an amazing ground-floor master bedroom (with space for a king!) as well as a loft that can be divided into two separate bedrooms if you so choose.

Check out the renderings and floor plan below, and be sure to watch the video walk-through!

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The Homestead by Utopian Villas: Home Sweet Homestead

The photo above is the “Rustic” version, while the one here is the “Modern Farmhouse.” Which do you like?

Inside you have a beautiful open floor plan with a full kitchen and space for a sectional.

The beautiful windows let plenty of natural light in (and I love the fireplace!).

Upstairs in the loft you have space for two double beds, which can be separated by a wall if you’d like.

The downstairs master has built-in closets and shelving, for easy and abundant storage.

In the bathroom, you get a flush toilet and full shower/bath.

Here’s the brochure with all the additional information.

And finally here’s the floor plan, so you can see how it all fits together.

Video: Utopian Villas Homestead Model

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife and mama of two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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  • Avatar Bill Burgess
    April 12, 2020, 6:30 pm

    So $400 per sq.ft. is the basic cost for a single floor no loft model economy home? Maybe buying a used Park Model for $35 per sq. ft. and doing a remodel is more cost-effective. However, FINDING the craftsmen to do the remodel will make you crazy as it will take $50 per sq.ft. for the remodeler to do your job….So you only save $300 per sq ft….

    • Avatar James D.
      April 13, 2020, 1:57 am

      Except there will be a lot more different than just the cost, this is a company that builds custom designer homes to up to extremely high standards and with whatever feature, amenities, etc. their client wants… and a lot of what they offer is patented and thus can only be offered by them. Like the floor system that allows any of their homes to be placed either on wheels or on a full basement, crawlspace, piers etc. wherever they won’t conflict with minimum sq ft requirements…

      They basically cater to very high end clients who typically want to work with architects, engineers, and they will do things like pay to fly in a potential client for a face to face and give them five star treatment… Company is founded by Vertical Works Inc., a family run business that does luxury designer homes, modular houses, add-ons etc, and this is basically their tiny house branch…

      So I wouldn’t confuse them with anything in the low budget range… Like their name implies, it’s for people who basically want to have something that will let them feel like they are staying at a luxury villa…

      Your renovated Park Model RV’s will definitely be a lot more affordable, but it’s apples to oranges comparison here…

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