Mark’s Tiny House

Mark shares his tiny house located in Washington with The Tiny House Swoon community.

Mark’s tiny house in Redmond, Washington. More photos here.


  • Maria says:

    Would love a set of house plans on this tiny house. Do did a great job.

  • Chris says:

    How much this cost?

    • (Owner) About $75,000 all totaled – a lot of the cost came from some pretty extreme requirements by the city – like a full foundation (2 engineers stated it wasn’t needed that pier and beam would be fine) – a complete additional septic tank, erosion study, etc. I think it could have been a lot less and understand why tumbleweed tiny houses moved to a ‘mobile’ model for their house plans.

  • Cat says:

    I, too, would like to know if you would be willing to share these plans. I love what you’ve done and am looking to build a tiny house on my daughter’s property.

  • Heather says:

    Very cute, but I would need a more complete kitchen.

  • libertymen says:

    The camera plays a lot of tricks on the eye.I guess U are looking at the same space downstairs from diff angles.?
    Its tiny and another loft so?Evidently he has no possessions?
    Its cute but,really too tiny for reality,

    • James Baker says:

      It is too tiny for some people. Not for me though. For Thoreau it might have been too big, but I don’t think so. You’d probably be amazed at how you can adapt once you let go of things you’ve been taught you have to have.

    • Mark says:

      Certainly not too tiny for reality as it is a real house with real people living in it for years. It is about 200 square feet – the pictures are of the same space – there are a lot more pics on my site. The bed is in the loft (up the ladder). The pictures featured on the site were before it was lived in – I assure you it is fully functional with posessions. A shelf and hanging rod was added to the downstairs room. There is a 3′ crawl space under the entire house for storing things (and the hot water heater).

  • Jason says:

    I am also in Redmond. Is Redmond more strict than Kirkland? 75k sounds a bit steep for the size. Couldnt you have built a detached ADU?

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  • marta woodworth says:

    Can you tell me what color you painted your wonderful house? We are starting a 2o0 sq footer soon! Thanks, M

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  • Cee Jay says:

    This is lovely. Great use of space. And what is it about Tiny Homes in snowy surroundings. They looks so cute and Christmassy.

    Cee Jay/Leigh on Sea, Essex, England, Britian.

  • Vanessa says:

    Hello Mark,
    Love your Home. I am interested in finding information about living in a tiny home in Redmond. My daughter is moving to Redmond next yr. She is having a Tiny home built. It will be RVIT certified. I have been looking for a place to park it for approx 3-4 Yrs. Until school is over. I was very happy to see you have a tiny home in Redmond. I was just told that the zoning is trying to run all tiny homes out of Redmond and that if they find people living full time in them on private land they are closing them. This seems crazy to me but I am in Arizona. Just don’t understand how having a guest house on your private property would give zoning rights to tell you how long someone could stay in your guest house. The agent also told me that a % RV parks are not taking them? Crazy to me also? She really wants to be in a wooded area, that is quiet and green. Prefer not to be in an RV/Trailer park. She needs to be near Digi pen so I am doing my home work to make sure she can live in Redmond in a RVIT Certified Tiny home . Any info you can pass on would be greatly appreciated. Would love your opinion on is it impossible to live in Redmond in a tiny home?

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