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 building cost $19, 500

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One Bedroom House Plans Peggy

Peggy is a charming 382 sq. ft. (35,5 m2) wooden one-bedroom house with porch 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. 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-storey building with a classic family home style. One bedroom house plan Peggy 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. Yet 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

359 sq. ft. / 33,2 m2

1st. floor

320 sq.ft / 28,7 m2


65 sq.ft / 6m2


20´ x 23´ / 6,5m x 7m

DIY Building cost

$19, 500


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3 years 6 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?

3 years 6 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.