The “Hogan’s Haven” built by JB Home Improvers in Minnesota was made to house a family of four. It has some pretty unique features like built-in bunk beds, folding stairs and a folding couch and table.
the staircase appears to be dangerous! esp for an older person, but there s no hand rail etc. I hope the children’s bunks are safe & comply to ANSI standards, otherwise they may just have a visit from child protective services!
Hot shower, boiling water or just a humid day and those steps will stick. The babies babys dark dungeon needs a window. Those fold away tables are nice untill someone bumps a leg when it’s under load and the world stops. Corner bracing would be a great idea. It’s little things like these that really matter imo.
I love it! our kids aro growing up fast (High school next year) so I’m thinking of Having a U shaped residential area made of 3 tiny homes.Ours will be the bigger at about 250 Sq’ the kids will each have their 120 sq”
I think I am too old to climb stairs such as those….the young and spry could manage them…I love all the light wood though. Also wondering where all the food is and cooking equipment…I just can’t go that small. Or rather…don’t want to.
I really like this layout especially the full sized kitchen which is a must-have for me. There are plenty of clever design ideas I haven’t seen before. But like others have said, I was disappointed to not see the rest of the house.
I like the house but the stairs combined with the kitchen drawers are too complicated. Personally, I would prefer an ordinary ladder that you can climb up and down any time you want, quickly and without pulling some drawers back and forward and without making sure they stay in their place. But otherwise it is nice.
Bunk beds fine for babies, but what happens when they are too old to be locked inside? Adaptable guard rail or let them roll off onto the floor? And how about when they outgrow them, where will they sleep, cause they sure don’t look long enough for even a preteen?
not a complete tour 🙁 it looks nice though would love to see the rest. one thing i see as a problem though is those stairs, eventually over time those drawer rails are going to bend from the weight of people going up the stairs, then you will have issues pushing them in and out.