Tiny 1 Bedroom Home Plan Perfect Little Guest House with 576 Sq Ft.
A tiny floor plan, under 600 square feet, that does not fall short on efficiency. This might just be the perfect little guest house to accompany your traditional house plan. A 576 square foot 1-bedroom house plan that offers a larger kitchen with seating space, a living room with a vaulted ceiling, full bath and a full-size bedroom. A fireplace will heat the entire home on cold days or add ambiance to the setting. This tiny house has everything needed to be your primary residence or will make a great vacation house.
576 Total Living Area 576 Main Level 1 Bedrooms 1 Full Baths 24' W x 30' D
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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:what do the dashes mean? something in the ceiling?
A:The rectangular shape dashed lines in the Living Room are Skylights above in the ceiling. The house dashed line going front to back is noting that the ceiling in the house is vaulted.
Date Posted: 10-Aug-20
Q:It doesn't appear that there is a place for a small washer/dryer in the house. Is that correct? I don't see anything with a W/D and thought that the D/W indicated to the left of the sink is a dishwasher. I wasn't sure what the door in the kitchen was for. I assume it is the hot water heater. We don't need a dishwasher but definitely need a stackable washer/dryer. Is the entry way open into living room with walls just around where the closet is? As soon as I get a response I will place the order. Thanks for your help!
A:You are correct –the D/W in the kitchen is the dishwasher and there is currently no place for a small washer/dryer in the house. The door in the kitchen is where the water heater is located. My suggestion would be to add a small closet beside the water heater and place the washer/dryer there. Regarding the living room and the walls simply surround the closet with a plant shelf above. This could be removed as well and the entry would open into a vaulted living room. To discuss modifying the plans, please call that department at 800-482-0464 ex. 410.
Date Posted: 23-Feb-16
Q:What would be the recommended hvac system for this house. Tom
A:Unfortunately, we cannot recommend a HVAC unit. You would need to contact a local HVAC dealer.
Date Posted: 02-Jul-14
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