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Published on Sep 9, 2017

A 664 square feet two-level home with only a 357 square feet footprint in Ashland, Oregon. Designed by Carlos Delgado.
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A prefabricated timber house in Germany. Manufactured by Huf Haus.
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3. Magnolia Cottage For Sale in Seattle
This is a quaint 420 sq. ft. Magnolia Cottage in Seattle on a road that dead-ends at the beach.
The home includes an open concept, one-bedroom, a half-bath and even a backyard sauna! It’s currently for sale (and unfortunately not cheap given it’s prime real estate location), but it’s too cute not to share!
Maybe it’ll give you ideas for your own tiny cottage
Images via Rik Keller
A 435 square feet home in Trinity, Newfoundland, Canada. Photos by Becki Peckham.
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5. A small house in France
This is a house I designed. For me it was a logical step in 2004 after building and selling some 40+ gypsy caravans. I did not look at the cost, nor what is legal or not, it just had to be as nice as possiblle. I guess most architects have to work the other way round. I took my drawings to the guys in the Czech Republic that build our caravans and they made all the parts, put it together next to their workshop, then took it apart and send it to France where we live and work. We put it up in a week just in time for a visit of a wellknown photograper (Luuk Geertsen) who made most of the photo’s you see here. Later other photographers showed up and our ‘datcha’ was featured in a lot of (fancy deco) magazines and papers in France, Italy and Holland. We got many calls, e-mails and visits but sold nothing because civil servants who decide about building permits said that the house is not in the style of the region – so is the Eiffel Tower – and other silly reasons (jealous?). The prototype is still on our land and is rented most of the summer so we still enjoy it but it would have been nice to sell a few houses.

Read more at http://smallhouseswoon.com/datcha/

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