Harbor Cottage Houseboat

Harbor Cottage Houseboats usually builds much larger floating homes, but with this lovely project, they decided to keep it tiny.


  • smitty says:

    The ‘tiny’ is just over 400sqft – it is 16′ wide and 52′ long from bow to stern.

    16′ x 52′ = 832sqft not 400sqft

  • Susan Runyon Allard says:

    OMG!!! This is unbelievable, I have been looking at and for a tiny house for several years and my main issue was that I wanted to be by or close to water. Do you have different designs or floor plans for tiny house boats? Are they towable?
    Can they be in the water year around? How are they powered can I use solar? Could you please email me whatever info you have. What about financing, would it be financing a boat or a home? I am so excited, I can’t even tell you. I so hope I can afford one!! It answers all my wants and issues, I’m in love!!

  • Toni says:

    I’d like to see some different models with different pricing. $200k for this little; runt of a house is way over priced. Or ya got blueprints on papers?

  • Arya says:

    Great houseboat- too bad their website doesn’t work, AT ALL!!!!

  • Barbara says:

    I’m not really a “boat” person – but this is adorable! Very well done!!

  • Dannielle says:

    I absolutely Love it!!!

  • Veeresh says:

    Buty full house

  • A. Jacoby says:

    Don’t forget the ancillary costs: I.e., license fee (just like any vehicle) , moorage fee. A houseboat on pontoons has to be taken from the water every few years (rules are different from state to state. In California it’s every three years) and have the pontoons inspected and repaired if they are found to be leaking. Then, at many sites there is a permit fee that can run anywhere from $10K to $50K depending on the state and the site. Also, some state have laws against year-found residency . . . but they are sure fun to enjoy!!!

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