Tiniest Tiny House?

Ben a long time reader who keeps his eyes open for tiny house info and than shares it with me recently sent these great examples of a tiny house.

Ben says, “I found this truly tiny house at the local farm and garden supply. Airy with great views. It even has a loft! But one has to be a grouse to truly appreciate it.”

Thanks Ben!

little grouse house

little grouse house

little grouse house

10 Comments Tiniest Tiny House?

  1. alice h

    You know, that design might be just the thing scaled up to a tiny people house. Covered storage space below for bikes and tools, a screened porch to lounge about in when the bugs are unbearable, turn that box on the side into a deck . . . and that roof is perfect for solar or a really cool slide! Maybe a water(collecting) slide on rainy days.

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    1. jipsi

      I agree— I love the look of it, and it’s easy to see how it could be ‘scaled up’ to more liveable (human!) size… But I think it’s just darling as-is for some backyard egg-layers! ;-)

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  2. Treesong

    I think a people sized version would be ideal for a tiny house, especially here in Florida.

    Think I’ll get my graph paper out and play with some ideas. Thanks for the posting!

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  3. Otessa Regina Compton

    This house is unique in combination in appreciation of the outdoors and indoors. This may be a temporary solution for homelessness, without the spread of disease in shelters, from people sleeping too close to each other. Then a main building can be created for eating, showers, and community counseling.

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  4. Wackybaby

    “I think a people sized version would be ideal for a tiny house, especially here in Florida.”

    Yep, screened in & off the ground for them gators & snakes! Just change the angle on the entrance ramp a bit to accommodate wheelchairs & I know lot’s of people in Florida who might benefit from this design!!! :) :) :)

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  5. Maximum Bob

    I too have seen these at the Home Shows, here in Sacramento. At first I thought they were for the birds, until I checked out the hardware. Still I can’t seem to open my checkbook; guess I’m just a chicken.

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