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Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon


Here’s another incredible build by Baluchon, the French tiny house builder responsible for this Tiny Hauméa House.

Built for Célia and Damien as their new home, it features the most beautiful teal aluminum siding, a tiny-house-shaped window, and even a chip-activated cat flap for their furry friend! Enjoy the photo tour.

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Loft for Three in this Tiny Hauméa House by Baluchon

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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With only one loft, this tiny house has a great open feel to it.

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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The fully-functional kitchen is tucked under the bedroom loft.

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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A ladder takes you up to the bedroom.

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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Surprise! The loft sleeps three — a queen bed in the front, and a twin behind the partition.

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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I don’t think I’ve ever seen this set-up. Super cool!

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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The shelves are such a fun feature in this home.

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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This kitchen has everything you need, including counter space!

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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The teal cabinets are so cute!

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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There’s a nice desk space with views out the window.

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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There’s a dry toilet in the bathroom. Love the paneling here.

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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Look! Here’s the cat door. It’s automated by chip so only their cat can come in!

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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Here’s the shower stall, and awesome storage shelves next to it.

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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A look at the chips used for the dry toilet.

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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And a close up of the sneak cat door!

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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Don’t you love this house-shaped window? So fun.

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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Everything about this home is so professional!

Tiny Hauméa House with Cat Door by Baluchon

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Highlights

  • Built by Baluchon
  • Tiny House Haumea
  • Insulated with cotton, linen, and hemp (floors and walls) and wood fiber (in the ceiling)
  • Sleeps 3-5
  • Built in 2019
  • Living room with futon and desk space
  • Ladder to the loft
  • Kitchenette with oven and sink
  • Bathroom with dry toilet and shower
  • Beautiful sliding entry door
  • The sleeping loft is divided with a partition
  • Learn more below!

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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 Allison Bradshaw
    May 20, 2020, 11:38 am

    Love your Tiny House, very well designed! Question: Did you put a sealer on your ceiling and windows? If so, what did you use?

  • Avatar Maria
    May 20, 2020, 12:39 pm

    I love this house except for one thing and that is the toilet. I would put an RV flush toilet. What is the price of this home?

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      May 20, 2020, 1:32 pm

      Hi Maria! Not sure about price as it wasn’t listed, but unfortunately they don’t ship to the US anyway… bummer!

  • Avatar Kathy
    May 20, 2020, 8:41 pm

    Charming, just the right size THOW! I love it as is, no changes but one— I would have an apartment size Fridge. The window with a desk/dining spot is beautiful. Well done!! OMGosh! I just spotted the Kitty, outside, at her door in the bathroom!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      May 21, 2020, 1:25 pm

      Oh I missed the cat! Good eyes.

  • Avatar Kathy
    May 20, 2020, 9:18 pm

    I found the price – its up there but comparable to US prices. 1Euro=$1.10 right now, so it was $71,000 – $84,500. I read a bit of French still, so I figured out this price (one of the two or somewhere in between, it wasn’t clear) is as seen in the pictures, furniture, lighting, shelves, heating (which BTW is on the wall next to the sofa) kitchen appliances, dry toilet, etc. The unit is 6m long which is about 18 ft. It looks a bit longer to me though.

  • Avatar MPaula Whelan
    July 11, 2020, 4:21 pm

    Love the teal inside and out – so bright and clean. A cat door?! I love it!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      July 13, 2020, 10:46 am

      I’m all about teal!

  • February 25, 2021, 9:32 pm

    Can someone tell me what the box type white plastic thing is? It sets on the (looking towards bathroom) sits on the right tire wheel. I read everything and it is not covered. Also it is a cute home but the is some much open space that is going to waste. I mean in the kitchen, under the ladder,(I couldn’t tell if the ladder is removeable)? There is room for a washer dryer come? I would live In it, but use all the open space for maximum usage. Anyhow would love to know what the white thing is anyone can help me out with this thanke

    • Avatar James D.
      February 27, 2021, 1:52 pm

      Wall unit is a space heater… Ladder is actually stairs, so not removable…

      Something to understand about Tiny Houses built in other countries around the world that, outside of the States and Canada, most other countries have to deal with a max gross vehicle weight limit of usually no more than 3500 kg (7,716.179 pounds). So they have to keep them pretty light weight to both keep it below that limit and still have a payload capacity for the all the stuff the owner will put into it to actually use it… Smaller roads can also make them more strict on maximum dimensions as well…

      While building something like a house tends to make them pretty heavy, larger THOWs can reach and exceed 20,000 pounds and even mid size THOWs can exceed 10,000 pounds in the States and Canada. So saving weight is hard to do without trimming off everything down to the bare minimum amount of materials…

      Other countries can also have more temperate climates, different construction standards, and cultural differences for what’s considered normal and what is given priorities can give a variety of reasons why the design will look different from what you may be used to…

      • Avatar Julie
        February 27, 2021, 7:33 pm

        Thank you so much you were very quick to respond. Heater? I had not seen one like that before. The weight I thought in the U.S. was around 10,000. I just figured out you can travel to other Countries for shipping price. I just can’t wait to hit the High way in my Van. There is so much to see and do, and when I’m done off to some cool countries.
        Thank you again James really appreciate it. Julie

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