Harrisonburg Tiny House

harrisonburg-tiny-house-1

Sara's two-story tiny house in Harrisonburg, Virginia.


1912
1912 points

harrisonburg-tiny-house-1

harrisonburg-tiny-house-2

harrisonburg-tiny-house-3

harrisonburg-tiny-house-4

harrisonburg-tiny-house-5

harrisonburg-tiny-house-6

harrisonburg-tiny-house-7


21 Comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. I have a hard time getting my head around the second door. Is there a door leading directly from the outside into the bathroom?

  2. I love it. There’s a few thing’s I’d do different, but those are esthetic things important to me as an individual. (For instance, I’d kick a roof out over the porch.)

    But nicely done.

  3. This is ideal. I would probably plan the kitchen space a bit differently, but the location of the two great necessities — stairs and bathroom — are handled very, very well. I might design a different type of stair — the dog just hates open risers on stairs — but that’s not really a huge problem. The patio surrounding the house is lovely, too. Add a few trees, and you’ve got yourself the perfect empty-nester home.

  4. I would have a closet upstairs instead of a settee and I’d have a counter with space under it for a washer/dryer combo instead of the snack bar but otherwise this is really cute. I live someone’s comment about putting a roof over the porch.

  5. I like the proper upstairs as opposed to a loft- but would also put a closet there.

    But mostly what I want with every single swoon-worthy house is a floor plan. When I can see a floor plan, I can visualize where everything goes and how I could live in it. I don’t want an architectural drawing, just a sketch. I don’t even need dimensions, just let me see where every room is laid out in relation to all the other rooms.

  6. Love the upstairs space and that it is not a loft accessible by ladder. This old lady can’t do ladders. Don’t care for the downstairs layout. Seems like a lot of wasted space. I would prefer the kitchen on the same wall as the front door using the opposite side for “living room”. Current kitchen seems disjointed having to walk around the snack/eating bar to the fridge. Cute place overall and again, love the second floor.

  7. Looks very cool but I guarantee anyone having to cook in that kitchen would be tearing their hair out – the cooker and the sink together; the fridge a mile away; not an inch of bench space except the snack bar.

  8. Really like the design of your home . What is the sq.feet ? Also , head room on second floor ? Can’t seem to find that info …Does it have a basement ? Approx . cost of building would be appreciated , I realize that changes with location . >>>>>May you have great success with your air.nb. business of renting that adorable space ! Best to you & yours . Thank you !!

  9. Very, very nice. Congratulation. I would love to live in a tiny houses, but I have a problem. My wife says that a small home will produce claustrophobia. Someone advised me that I can do..Congratulation again to owner. Matt

Choose A Format
Poll
Voting to make decisions or determine opinions
Story
Formatted Text with Embeds and Visuals
List
The Classic Internet Listicles
Open List
Submit your own item and vote up for the best submission
Ranked List
Upvote or downvote to decide the best list item