440sf Victorian Tiny House
This Victorian tiny home fits comfortably in a backyard or on its own lot. Designed as a totally independent housing unit, this tiny house plan contains separate Living Room, Bedroom, Full Bath, Kitchen and Dining Area, all in 440 SF. It even has a walk-in closet. The L-Shaped plan is designed around a central courtyard with large french doors from both the living and bedroom opening up to it. Large windows, glazed doors, and high vaulted ceilings make the space feel far larger than its small dimensions would otherwise appear. The home features sloped wood beams, wood decked ceilings, and sophisticated Victorian finished trim.
- Area: 440
- Width: 22'-0"
- Depth: 26'-0"
- Height: 14'
- Plan TH440VI
PRODUCTS AVAILABLE FOR THIS MODEL
1SN-TH440VI 440sf VICTORIAN TINY HOME
SKU: 1SN-TH440VI PRICE $0.00 USD
This Cottage is available in your backyard as a one of our "Standard" Design-Build Packages. See our Sonoma Cottage Page for pricing and more of our "Standard" Design-Build offerings.
All of our Cottage packages include Permitting Service, Architectural & Engineering Plans, Structural, Energy and Green Code Calculations, as well as, Site Utility Connections customized to your property.
ADDITIONAL OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR THIS MODEL...
CEP - CALIFORNIA DESIGN & ENGINEERING PACKAGE
SKU: CEP STANDARD PRICE*: $900.00Property Information Form
If you live in California, you’re going to need a completely different set of drawings, pricing data and engineering reports. Our California Package includes Plans, Structural, Energy and “Cal-Green” documentation required for a California permit application. The package includes all the new requirements which became law on January 1, 2017.
Because many California Permitting Agencies differ on their requirements. We ask that you fill out our FREE, on-line PROPERTY INFORMATION FORM so we can investigate the permitting requirements in your specific area. *Your plans and engineering documentation may require much more documentation more than the standard amount shown above.