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The Incredible Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community in Bend, Oregon


This is to announce that the first model tiny home is en route to the Hiatus Tiny House Community in Bend, Oregon by Tongue & Groove Homes, according to a recent email from Tiny SMART House.

We’re happy to report that the Hiatus model home is complete and has made its way to Bend, Oregon. As requested, we’ve included some finished photos below!

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The Incredible Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue & Groove Tiny Homes for their Cottage Community/Development in Bend, Oregon – Built by Tiny SMART House

The Incredible Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community in Bend, Oregon

Images © Tiny SMART House

The Incredible Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community in Bend, Oregon

The Incredible Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community in Bend, Oregon

The Incredible Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community in Bend, Oregon

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House by Tongue and Groove and Tiny Smart House

Hiatus Tiny House Built for Tiny Cottage Community

Images © Tiny SMART House

The Hiatus House was designed by Tongue & Groove Tiny Homes for their cottage community in Bend, OR. Tiny SMART House was hired to build the houses for this development, and is proud to announce that the model home is officially complete!

Please request more information about this tiny house here. If you’re interested in moving into this community, you can find some information on how to get started with that at the bottom of this page right here. At the moment, I see four lots available. Lot 5 | Lot 6 | Lot 7 | Lot 8

Sources

  1. https://www.tinysmarthouse.com/models/hiatus-house/
  2. https://www.tinysmarthouse.com
  3. https://mailchi.mp/453f40c1026b/hiatus-cottage-community-opening-in-bend-729089?e=135232a82a
  4. http://tongueandgroovehomes.com/

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  • Avatar ATBScott March 4, 2019, 4:05 pm

    Wow – I really think this is nice. The wider layout makes for a real “liveable” space. Since it doesn’t appear to be a towable home, I think I would have added a little height to make the loft area stand-up, but that’s a detail I am sure. I love the bicycle garage and outdoor area. Very nice. I wonder what this build costs?

    • Avatar James D. March 6, 2019, 3:54 am

      Well, as a PreFab house it’s not on wheels but it was still delivered to the site and could be moved again the same way… So it can only be as tall as what’s allowed on Oregon’s roads, which is 14’… Colorado and Nebraska go up to 14′ 6″ and Alaska is the highest at 15’… There are areas you can go higher and beyond what’s allowed for the rest of the state but if you have to transport it any significant distance then that can be a restriction, especially, if crossing state lines, and is why most limit to 13′ 6″ so they can be delivered anywhere in the country.

      Mind, the difficulty of getting it past street lights, power lines, bridges, and other vertical obstructions if it’s over height…

      So it would have to be either site built or modular to get around that limitation, as then it’s just a question of what the building codes/zoning laws allows for maximum height in the area and in Oregon that’s usually up to 30 feet for a residential home but ADU’s may have a lower limit, if you’re adding it to an existing property…

      Though, thanks to Oregon’s Reach Code, there’s usually more options than you would get in other states for both Tiny Houses on foundations and on wheels… Even the option to take a THOW off its wheels and put it into a foundation as long as it meets the 2018 IRC ICC…

  • Avatar JoAnn March 4, 2019, 4:37 pm

    WOW! CAN i HAVE ONE!!!!!!

  • Avatar Kaye Burke March 4, 2019, 5:49 pm

    This is a really fantastic looking tiny house. You don’t give the square footage so the price tag seems extremely high for such a small space.

    • Avatar James D. March 6, 2019, 1:48 am

      You have to follow the links for the details, article is only a summary…

      But, basically, a tiny house community hired a tiny house builder to make homes for the community and they’re selling the homes and the lots they’re on for people to own and live in the community… So price isn’t just for the house but the lot of land it’s on…

      It appears they had 4 lots available but one is now listed as sold and it closed at $229K. So the $249K for the other three may actually be negotiable a bit.

      Each home is listed as 477 Sq Ft on 0.05 acre (2178 Sq Ft) lot…

      The builder they hired is Tiny Smart House, they don’t list the price for just the house but if you order this model direct from them they indicate they can be sized from 16′-44′ length and either 8′ 6″ width or 10′-12′ width… So they can basically go from about 128 Sq Ft on up to 528 Sq Ft, not counting the loft… and you can fill out the contact/info request form on their site to get a quote…

      Both the community and the builder are based in Oregon…

  • Avatar keepyourpower March 5, 2019, 1:10 am

    What are the dimensions of this house?

  • Avatar rick March 5, 2019, 10:04 am

    I love the interior of this. any idea where the vanity is from?

  • Avatar Eric March 5, 2019, 9:54 pm

    Wow…. WOW…. Woooooowwwwwww. This is incredible. So spacious looking (reality might be different though) and only negative, and its a personal one, is the tiles. Hate with a passion tiles laid at 45°. Actually, I don’t like tiles much anyway. But this place really does blow me away. Look out Antarctica here I come. Wooosh….

  • Avatar Steven Ouellette March 8, 2019, 11:12 am

    Can anyone tell me what kind of couch this is? Thanks

    • Avatar James D. March 9, 2019, 12:08 am

      It’s a Ikea L shaped sofa bed…

  • Avatar Allen Roper March 18, 2019, 9:52 pm

    This is a very nice tiny home..Very elegant yet rustic. I was reading the comments above and would like to know the size of the lot and the separation of lot price and home price? Also does the lot have electric water and sewer already set up.On a side note I agree with you both about price.If one looks at what some builders are charging for some new tiny homes the price is equal to if not much more per square foot then a traditional built home.Ive had this issue in the past when pricing a traditional type trailer versus a teardrop style. Know matter how much I twisted the logic the 25k to 35k for a teardrop just cannot be justified.So in this situation if you took the lot price of say 75k and then built a traditional style home with what’s left out of the 249k what would you get? Again that’s just my logic as for me smaller should not mean more expensive per square foot.

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