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Winter Park: 660 Square Foot House Plans

These small home plans would be perfect on a longer, thin lot, as this house stands at 58 feet long, and only 13 feet long. Eight feet of it is a covered porch off of the living room where you could enjoy a cup of morning coffee.

The home is all one level, with an open-concept living room and kitchen with an eat-in island. Behind the kitchen, you’ll find the bedroom, with a large floor-to-ceiling wall of cabinets for clothing storage. The bathroom sits at the very back of the home. This would be a great aging-in-place floor plan! What do you think?

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The home has an 8×13 porch.

The large kitchen has an eat-in island.

The living room has large walls of windows to let the light in.

The bedroom has a large closet wall with a built-in washer and dryer.

The bathroom is behind the bedroom, with a walk-in shower stall.

Here’s the floor plan! It’s a very long/skinny build.


  • LIVING SQ FT: 660 sq ft
  • 1ST FLOOR SQ FT: 660 sq ft
  • PORCH SQ FT: 104 sq ft
  • DIMENSIONS: 13′-0″W × 59′-0″D
  • KITCHEN FEATURES: Kitchen Island
  • UTILITY ROOM FEATURES: Close to Bedrooms, Main Floor Utility Room
  • MASTER SUITE FEATURES: Main Floor Master Suite, Shower Only

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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 three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • SLA
    December 16, 2023, 5:27 pm

    13 ft. WIDE, not long.

  • MIKE
    December 17, 2023, 11:54 am

    Unless you float the bed in the middle of the bedroom, you have to place it against the windows. I have done a similar plan with a 14×40 building. It has a corner bathroom, which permits a small 8×8 area for office/guest bedroom. It also has a 9×9 bedroom on the other end. The LR/K/DR area is in the middle.

  • Alex
    December 25, 2023, 11:17 pm

    I hope all that room in the attic is accessible. It looks like a huge volume that could be used for storage or part of it could be a loft. If they used standard trusses, then all that space is wasted.
    That said, I like the size and the layout, partly because I think a THOW is too narrow.

    • James D.
      December 26, 2023, 1:53 am

      Something to keep in mind with modern homes is there has to be space for all the systems that help a modern home to function, like a furnace, HVAC equipment, ducts, water heater, etc.

      All of this takes up space, which is typically either put into a basement or the attic. Otherwise, space has to be taken away from the living area to provide a mechanical room to house that equipment.

      Since, there’s no mechanical room in that floor plan, and there’s clearly no basement, that just leaves the attic space…

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