350 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage in Cape Cod

350 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage in Cape Cod

You will love everything about this 350 square foot tiny cottage in Cape Cod. This small house design was redesigned by Christopher Budd, and re-built by Tiny Cottage in Cape Cod Cape Associates, Inc. When you go inside, there is a two-level floor plan that has an open living area and kitchen, a bathroom, and an upstairs bedroom loft. This beautiful tiny house design is one of the best small home plans you will see. With cedar shakes and white trim in the Cape Cod style of homes, the small house design is lovely all around. Inside the floor plan feels spacious, with lots of windows and an open living area and kitchen with modern appliances. There is another area with a dining table that can also be used for a quiet space separate from the living area and kitchen. Every detail in this small house design makes for a tiny house design that feels a lot larger than its 350 square foot design. This small house design would be the ideal vacation home or full-time residence.

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