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2 Bedroom Small House Plans Magdalene

$390.00

2 Bedroom small house plans with construction process

  • complete set of tiny house plans
  • construction progress + comments
  • complete material list + tool list
  • DIY building cost $21,000

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Timber tiny house Magdalene

Magdalene is an adorable 350 sq. ft. (32,5 m2) 2 bedroom small house. This timber tiny house has a charming design with slightly tilted walls towards the outside, a cross gable roof, and a 200 sq. ft. (18,6 m2) sleeping loft.

What will you get

Timber construction step by step guide

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2 bedroom small house plans

Complete set of tiny house plans (pdf): layouts, details, sections, elevations, material variants, windows, doors

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Complete material list + tool list

Complete set of material list + tool list. A very detailed description of everything you need to build your 2 bedrooms small house.

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Tiny house floor plans

Magdalene is one of the most adorable of our tiny house designs. It is a sweet, 2 bedrooms small house with loft and effective space solutions. You enter into a tiny hall, which will lead you to this tiny timber house’s main space – a socializing and dining space with a little kitchenette and access to a bathroom. Four windows from three sides of the house provide enough light together with the double glass doors, which can bring in the fresh air and allow you direct access to the beautiful surroundings of your timber tiny house in case of nice weather. Little steps will bring you to the loft, which is spacious enough to fit in two bedrooms, each with its own little window so that you can enjoy a great view of the night sky while you are falling asleep.

Construction PDF plans

Magdalene is one of our 2 bedroom small house plans. It is cheap and easy to build a tiny house, a simple timber frame structure with a cross gable roof, main entrance leading into the hall, windows on all sides, and a sleeping loft. So you can relax or enjoy your time with a friend or family in the main space, with important facilities such as kitchenette and bathroom at hand, and then a sleeping loft will provide peace, quiet, and privacy for an undisturbed rest. According to your preferences, each of the two bedrooms has enough extra space for a table, shelf, or little cupboard. The side walls are slightly tilted towards the outside, creating little extra space in the loft. On the main floor, a hall right by the main entrance provides another opportunity for storage space. You can order Magdalene or any other tiny house floor plan as a PDF plan, which will come with detailed measurements and building instructions. It is an affordable option how to get your own timber tiny house finally.

Dimensions

Built Up Area

258 ft² / 24 m²

Total Floor Area

311 ft² / 28,9 m²

1st. floor

173 ft² / 16 m²

Loft

140 ft² / 13 m²

L X W

16′-9″ x 15′-4″ / 5,1 m x 4,7 m

DIY Building cost

$21,000

Your Comments


Guest
Rottnlove
1 month 14 days ago

What happened to the crooked version of this? It had the teal window frames on a grey outer wall and cream interior with the teal color frames and accents. It was like the adult version of the crooked playhouse.

Support
1 month 13 days ago

We re-made it, but we can modify it according to your needs.
Please contact us via joshua.woodsman@gmail.com for further info.
Thank you
Best regards,
Joshua

Guest
Mia
1 year 6 months ago

Hello Joshua, would it be possible to alter this to have 25m2 buildable area (the max allowed on a land we have in mind)? And do you think it’d be possible to use more comfortable and less steep stairs? We have a small doggy with short legs and he would be scared to walk upstairs and downstairs here. 🙂 Thank you, Mia

Support
1 year 5 months ago

Yes, we can modify this design accordingly.
Please contact us via email: joshua.woodsman@gmail.com
Thank you!

Guest
Matt
2 years 6 months ago

The build out estimate includes electrical? Solar panels? What’s the build out estimate include?

Support
2 years 6 months ago

No, solar panels and electrical is not included. This rough estimate counts with timbers, roofing, flooring, facade, sheathing (plywood / OSB).
Price of other house equipment depends on the many factors (type, quality, country..) and can’t easily guess.