Cabin Style Tiny House Is Pure Downsizing Joy

I recently had the opportunity to get to know Spencer, the builder of this tiny house more. He’s a 21 year old builder that has built and sold several tiny houses on The Tiny House Listings website. Here is his latest build and I’ve gotta say, I love it. The outside as well as the inside is super rustic while also feeling polished and really well-done.

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    • The distinction was always artificial… The houses will just span the spectrum dependent on what people need and the only real distinction will be what lifestyles people want out of them…

      That said, the listed size for this one is 350 Sq Ft, which on the scale of what people consider tiny is still well within the range that actually maxes out at around 500 Sq Ft…

      While most don’t consider it a small house until it’s 600 sq ft and larger up to about 1250 sq ft before it gets considered a normal for modern standard size house… and then something like a mansion would be houses that are 10,000 sq ft or larger…

      On the reverse side, structures smaller than 100 Sq Ft is when they start to get called micro houses…

      Just to get a better idea of where it actually falls in the range… But even conservatively most consider anything 400 sq ft or less a Tiny House…

  1. I like the basic layout though I would modernize it as I’m not a fan of cabin living in a full-time home. And turn the washer into the bath area and block off under stairs. How the heck do you do wash behind the stairs??

  2. I like that this one had an actual oven. Most I see only have burners. I really need an oven as I love to cook. I also like that it seemed to have an actual room as opposed to just lofts. The shower was pretty cool too.

  3. What the heck is up with the overly artsy and mostly useless camera angles. What’s up with the washing man behind the stairs? Do I have to remove the stairs everyday to do my laundry? No thanks.

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