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Tiny Floating Cottages by Tiny FloatHouse


These are tiny floating cottages by Tiny FloatHouse built on an aluminum hull with over sized pontoons.

The cabin enclosure size ranges from 7ft x 12ft up to 9ft x 22ft depending on the model you want. They start at $25,000.

Take a look at the photos below and let us know what you think in the comments. Thanks!

Tiny Floating Cottages by Tiny FloatHouse

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Highlights

  • Available in 7ft x 12ft and up to 9ft x 22ft
  • Cottage look and feel with exposed beams
  • Windows and doors are reclaimed from 1900’s period Michigan homes but availability may require substitutes
  • Roof is copper colored steel rated with 40 year lifespan
  • 120 volt 15 amp to 30 amp electrical systems
  • Vintage style LED bulbs
  • Built on aluminum hull with oversized pontoons
  • Brand new treated 3/4″ plywood deck
  • Slip resistant vinyl flooring
  • 24″ x 24″ moonpool at the center of the interior floor to give you easy access to the water from inside for fishing, swimming, private skinny dipping, and endless hours of watching marine life underneath you
  • The Moonpool is made of acrylic that can be walked on and supports up to 350 lbs
  • Under-deck LED lighting illuminates the surface of the water
  • Available with electric outboard motor or premium four-stroke outboard motor
  • Starts at $25,000

Learn more and request a quote at Tiny Float House.

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  1. Specifications and Features
  2. Options
  3. Photos
  4. About
  5. Floor Plans
  6. Contact/Request Quote

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  • Michael June 25, 2018, 6:11 pm

    Nice little floating cottage which can be customized to fit into your needs.. However, pics are showing no kitchen and no bathroom but on their website you’ll find them all.
    I think its well crafted and can be tailored into whatever you may require because they are custom builders with a lot of maritime experience. Beside that pricing appears to me moderate.
    Good option.

  • jerry June 26, 2018, 6:12 am

    Nice if primitive but very easily built and great short term living.
    And I can’t overstate the need to go oversize using round pontoons like they did.
    Note where the waterline is, well below the max pontoon width. If any higher several people going to 1 side can cause it to tip, throwing people in the water.
    So I advise pontoons that are not round with far more reserve buoyancy. In this case they made them oversize which works too.
    Changes I’d make is a flat deck roof and a solar awning above it, simplifying building it even more and doubling the deck area..
    If anything but warm weather, insulation is needed.

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