One Bedroom House Plans Peggy


Small House Plans With Porches

  • complete set of house plans + CAD set
  • construction progress + comments
  • complete material list + tool list
  • eBook How to build a tiny house included
  • DIY Furniture plans included
  • DIY building cost $25,700

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One Bedroom House Plans Peggy

Peggy is a charming 382 sq. ft. (35,5 m2) wooden one-bedroom house with a porch of 65 sq. ft. (6 m2). It consists of 12′-6″ x 13′-0″ (3,8 x 3,9 m) living room, bedroom 10′-6″ x 7′-11″ (3,2 x 2,4 m), kitchen, and bathroom.

One bedroom house plans

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


Complete material list + tool list

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

tool-listOne Bedroom House Plans

One of our flagship products among one-bedroom house plans is Peggy. A single-story building with a classic family home style. Peggy’s one-bedroom house plan is meant for smaller families, couples, or individuals who love wooden buildings. One of the biggest pros of Peggy one-bedroom house plan is its compact design. The inside provides a comfortable, spacious area with just enough room for storage, a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and living room. Another advantage is the DIY prefab concept. You, too, can build your own dream home with our step-by-step construction manual. Order now, build today, and start living tomorrow!


Built-up Area

467 sq. ft. / 43,4 m²

Total Floor Area

382 sq. ft. / 35,5 m²

1st. floor

320 sq.ft / 28,7 m2


65 sq.ft / 6m2


20´ x 23´ / 6,5m x 7m

DIY Building cost



electronic, printed+electronic


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7 years 3 months ago

I love this plan, but I’m a little confused regarding the square footage listed in the description. When I do the math (20’x23′-65sf=395sf), but you have the 1st. Floor listed at 320sf, so I’m a little confused. Also, what does the term “built-up are” mean?

7 years 3 months ago

Hi Todd,
thank you for nice words! I am glad you like the plan. I have to admit, there is a mistake in the squared footage. The dimensions are correct, the areas are not – thank you for pointing that out! I apologise and I will correct it soon. Built-up area means the area on the ground, which is built upon. So this does not include porches and for example if you have a 300 sq. ft. 1st floor and 300 sq. ft. second floor, the built-up area is 300 sq. ft. (because you need 300 sq. ft. of land to build this house on). I hope this is clear.