Tiny Southern Cabin House Plan with 384 Square Feet, 1 Bed and 1 Bath Tiny House Living
This one-bedroom tiny floor plan has southern charm. A one-bedroom home plan that makes a great guest house to compliment your full-size home or the perfect vacation home plan on the lake. This tiny house plan has a lot to offer at under 400 sq ft of heated space. The entrance is covered with a simple shed roof and windows are shaded to protect them from weather and sun. Certainly, an affordable home design and one of our best-selling tiny homes at Family Home Plans.
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384 Total Living Area 384 Main Level 1 Bedrooms 1 Full Baths 16'0 W x 24'0 D
Exterior Elevations: show the front, rear and sides of the house, including exterior materials, details and measurements.
Foundation Plans: All necessary notations and dimensions are included.
Interior Elevations: (call 1-800-482-0464 before ordering to confirm availability) show the specific details of cabinets (kitchen, bathroom). We suggest contacting local cabinet and fireplace distributors for sizes and styles.
Schematic Electrical Layouts: (call 1-800-482-0464 before ordering to confirm availability) show the suggested locations for switches, fixtures and outlets. These details may be shown on the floor plan or on a separate diagram.
Detailed Floor Plans: show the placement of interior walls and the dimensions for rooms, doors, windows, stairways, etc., of each level of the house.
Detailed Framing Plans: are not included with these plans. Framing plans can typically be obtained locally through a local lumber yard.
Due to regional variations, local availability of materials, local codes, methods of installation, and individual preferences, it is impossible to include detail on heating and plumbing work on your plans. The duct work, venting, and other details will vary depending on the type of heating and cooling system (forced air, hot water, electric, solar) and the type of energy (gas, oil, electricity, solar) that you use. These details and specifications are easily obtained from your builder, contractor, and/or local suppliers.
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Previous Questions and Answers
Q:I have a shed my Dad built this exact size. How detailed are the plans for this one? Does it include all measurements? Do you have any more pictures of this house or a link to the home site. It looks like a rental. Just starting out with this project. Thank you
A:Typical builders set. Measurements are included. No additional pics.
Date Posted: 22-Feb-21
Q:Does this house plan come in any other versions-like a 20 feet wide vs. 16 feet wide, etc?
It would be a good plan if it had a functional bedroom. The bedroom is too small. Maybe the designer has another version of this plan?
A:This is the only version.
Date Posted: 01-Dec-20
Q:I think we have settled on this plan for our cabin. I do have a very simple question, though. We want to utilize the loft area for a guest bed so can you tell me the height of the inside roof peak so we can get a feel for the amount of usable space in the area above the bedroom, bathroom? Thank you.
Date Posted: 08-Sep-20
Q:Before purchasing your plan, which I really like, I'd like to get a sense of the room in the sleeping loft. Since the plan is listed as 16x24 but the dimension on the drawing for the Liv/Kit is 15', I suppose you deduct a foot for both walls. That would mean the loft is 15'x 10' or so. Please correct me if I am incorrect. The way you've drsigned it, what is the inside roof peak? Also, I've assumed 8' walls.
If we wanted, could we increase the pitch to get more loft space?
Sorry for all the questions.
A:Keep in mind that the loft is not legal sleeping space. Some code officials can get a little quirky over them.
It is called out and labeled as storage on the plans.
The outer wall height is 9’
The space up there is just big enough for a mattress on the floor. It works very well for what it is.
Date Posted: 18-Aug-20
Q:In the photos posted, there is a rail above the bedroom/bathroom ceiling. Is that vaulted area easily configured as a sleeping loft?
A:It is a small loft area accessed by a ships ladder.
Date Posted: 17-Aug-20
Q:Do the plans include exterior elevations? Is the electrical schematics included?
A:Yes to both.
Date Posted: 27-Jul-20
Q:Is this house built with open ceiling (in other words, to the roof?) Can it be built more as a studio (without the walls for the bedroom?)
A:It is vaulted (to the ceiling) and the walls could be eliminated.
Date Posted: 20-Dec-19
Q:Do you have any 16 x 32 or 16 x 36 plans with a crawlspace foundation?
A:No we don’t – sorry.
Date Posted: 21-May-18
Q:Can I make modifications to this plan?
A:Yes you can! Please click the "Modifications" tab above to get more information.
Q:What is the estimated price to build this plan?
A:The national average for a house is running right at $125.00 per SF. You can get more detailed information by clicking the Cost-To-Build tab above. Sorry, but we cannot give cost estimates for garage, multifamily or project plans.
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