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Small House Plans with Gable Roof Ginger

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Tiny house plans with construction process

  • complete PDF set of plans + CAD set
  • construction progress + comments
  • eBook How to build a tiny house included
  • complete material list + tool list
  • DIY building cost $9,450

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Wooden tiny house Ginger

2 bedroom wooden tiny house Ginger is 458 sq. ft. / 42,6 m2 charming timber frame structure with gable roof. It has 23′-6″ x 11′-10″ / 6,85 m x 3,65 m ground floor room with 32 sq. ft. / 3 m2 front porch and 229 sq. ft. / 21,3 m2 loft.

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Small house plans with gable roof

Complete set of small house plans (PDF): layouts, details, sections, elevations, material variants, windows, doors; CAD set included

drawings

eBook How to Build a Tiny House Included

  • Over 1000 illustrations
  • 276 pages

Complete material list + tool list

Complete set of material list + tool list. Very detailed description of everything you need to build your wooden tiny house.

tool-list

 

Tiny house plans with loft

Our wooden tiny house plans with loft Ginger is a functional house with a traditional design of a cozy wooden home with a pitched gable roof, front porch, and a loft. At the back located main entrance will lead you inside, with the bathroom being located on the left. From the other side of the same wall, small kitchen counter is attached and the space opens into the main central room, which can serve as a dining room or living room. The main, front façade of Ginger is covered in full width with windows or door with glass part leading to the front porch. This together with another three windows on side walls make the central room a great space for daytime activities, be it socializing or more private and relaxing moments. The front porch is a great addition, as you can access it directly from this central space, it is fenced and fully covered, so you can enjoy fresh air and great views even if the weather is not perfect. A little staircase on the side provides access to the loft, which is very warm and cozy while still leaving enough space for you to stand up and to have two bedrooms, with both gable end windows and skylights and its own storage space. The main storage room is at the back of the house accessible from the outside.

Construction PDF plans

Ginger is one of our charming small house plans with a gable roof. It is a simple and easy to build a timber frame structure. It stands elevated on wooden piers, with the main entrance at the back and amazing covered and fenced front porch at the front. Its functional design managed to get all you need into this space – small kitchen, bathroom with its own window, place for living room or dining room and enough space in the loft to fit in two bedrooms. Each of them has a gable end window and two skylights, bringing enough light, proper ventilation and a great view of night star sky while falling asleep. Throughout the entire plan, free corners and other spaces are effectively used for storage and one main storage room is at the back. It is accessible through its own door located right next to the main Ginger entrance and great place to store wood, sport and outdoor equipment, garden tools or anything else you can think out. The plans for Ginger as for all our tiny house designs, small cabins or other tiny home floor plans are made in a way to be comprehensible to anyone and provide a detailed guide through the building process. All of them can be subject to any kind of adjustments or changes you wish, we support our customers wanting to do things their own way!

Dimensions

total floor area

458 sq. ft. / 46,2 m2

1st. floor

179 sq ft / 16,6 m2

porch

32 sq ft / 3m2

loft

229 sq. ft. (21,3 m2)

L X W

23'-6" x 11'-10" / 6,85 m x 3,65 m

DIY Building cost

$9,450

1 review for Small House Plans with Gable Roof Ginger

  1. I. Johnson (verified owner)

    As far as selling the plans go, very quick to respond to emails regarding slight changes and attentive to details, as well as getting final product in my hands in a short amount of time.
    Plans themselves are very detailed and help picture step by step how the build will go.

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Michaela Schaugaard
5 days 4 hours ago

Hello, I was wondering how long this plan would take to build? I will have four people helping to build this.

Support
5 days 37 seconds ago

3-4 months

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Steve
3 months 11 hours ago

My wife and I absolutely LOVE your plans and business model and overall DIY attitude. We’ve got a couple plans in mind, but were wondering if it’s possible to build this house with only half a loft upstairs. Specifically, we were hoping to have more of an open space above the main living area, with high windows, etc… (Only need one bedroom space.) I’m assuming this might not be possible because you’d still need the joists connecting the outer walls? Keep up the good work!

Support
2 months 21 days ago

Hello Steve,
we can modify this design according to your wish.
Could you please provide us with a simple sketch (via joshua.woodsman@gmail.com) so we can better understand your idea?
Thx
Joshua

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Jenn
4 months 27 days ago

My husband and I love this plan for the property we acquired in Montana, we’d like to build this first to have a place to live while we build a bigger house then use this as a place for my in-laws when they visit. My question is, can these be modified for high snow loads and what the current insulation is?

Support
4 months 25 days ago

Hello Jenn,
yes, we can modify this design for high snow loads, current insulation is cca 6″ thick.
Please contact us via joshua.woodsman@gmail.com for further info.

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harley callahan
7 months 6 days ago

What would the modifications be to it, if it was for a slab foundation

Support
7 months 2 days ago

Such adjustments would not be difficult at all. Please contact us via joshua.woodsman@gmail.com for further info. Thank you!

Guest
Steve
10 months 15 days ago

We live in a very high wind area and would like to use a concrete slab for our foundation. Are there provisions in these plans or would it require additional modification? Thank you

Support
10 months 13 days ago

Hello,
Ginger plans contain concrete footings. Concrete slab would be an additional modification.
Best,
Joshua

Guest
Eric
11 months 29 days ago

Josh,
So far this appears to be the plan I like the most. A couple questions:
1) I live in Fraser, Co. Winters easily get to -30°F during winter with snow measured in feet at times. Will this structure withstand those conditions?
2) It is hard to see, but is the foundation built upon screws?
3) Most likely I will build the structure by myself. Any tips or pointers to complete the shell in the first season? Our summers aren’t too long so I would like to at least complete the shell in one season and then come back to complete the interior the next season.
4) Do you feel this model would be a reasonable permanent residence once completed?
Thank you for your time and input.
Eric

Support
11 months 27 days ago

Hello Eric,
please check your email box 🙂

Guest
Janine
1 year 4 months ago

how come Ginger is so cheap to build in comparison with the others???

Support
1 year 4 months ago

Building materials (especially interior surfaces) proposed in this design are basic. This cottage is rather like a vacation cabin, then all-season housing. What other houses do you compare this cottage with?

Guest
Nate
2 years 5 months ago

Can you modify these plans for heavy snow loads?

Support
2 years 5 months ago

Hello.
Yes, we can. For more information please contact us via email.
Thank you,
Joshua

Guest
Michael Cooper
2 years 6 months ago

Hey Josh!
First off I want to say you have an incredible array of plans and this aswell as the modern tiny house alice really catch my eye. I am curious of the ceiling heights as I’m 6’4 tall and like having headroom. And do you know of any customer who lives in these houses permanently?
Cheers, Michael.

Support
2 years 6 months ago

Hello Michael,
thank you so much for your appreciation.
Ginger small house loft height is 6´-8″, but with a sloping ceiling on the sides.
If you are interested in other details please contact me via email joshua.woodsman@gmail.com.

Best regards,
Joshua

Guest
Naomi Syafei
3 years 1 month ago

Hello,
Is that possible if I ask for customed design from this house plan design? Like I would like have 1 bedroom on the 1st floor and 1 bedroom on the loft for son.
Oh..and flip the fireplace to the right. Would it be possible to order a customed design? Thankyou.

Support
3 years 1 month ago

Hello Naomi, thank you for your interest! Yes, it is absolutely possible to order a custom design. The price is then understandably higher, because even seemingly small changes mean few days of work. So based on what you wrote, it would be around approximately 650 USD for the plans, but it really depends on the particular changes. The best thing to do is to email me at joshua.woodsman@pinuphouses.com with detailed description of what you have in mind and then I will be able to tell you the exact price for that.

Guest
Jacob
3 years 4 months ago

I am considering a couple of plans and was wondering what the length of the wall in the kitchen area is. Just hoping the wall is long enough for the appliances / cabinets.

Support
3 years 4 months ago

Hi Jacob, happy to hear you’re considering our plans!
The wall is 6′-4 1/8″ long (approximately 1,7 meters).

Guest
Simone Frattari
3 years 7 months ago

Hello, do you think that the necessary building material/tools and metrical sizes, etc. could be found in Italy where I live and would like to build one of these? Thank you

Support
3 years 7 months ago

Yes, of course. I build this way in other European countries most of these structures!

Guest
ron perkins
3 years 7 months ago

How available are the ground screws that you talk about for the foundation…..

Support
3 years 7 months ago

These ground screws are commercially available in most countries of the world..

Guest
Brenda Pastrana
3 years 8 months ago

Taking in consideration that it will be build by a person that I will use somebody that knows about construction. How strong or steady will be for wind. I’m not talking about hurricane or tornadoes. Just we have in Texas or Arizona or even Oregon some strong wind. Thank you.

Support
3 years 8 months ago

If you want it more resistant to wind just amplify wall/ roof/ floor bracing

Guest
Faith Schreib
3 years 8 months ago

Hello!

Just curious what you would estimate the finishing cost to be after supplies? Is there a full capable bathroom?

Thanks

Support
3 years 8 months ago

It depends on the quality of the final works and material. Yes, there is a full capable bathroom.

Guest
Elizabeth B.
3 years 9 months ago

Foremost, really love the house plan… quick question (one which may very well be answered somewhere on the website, but I haven’t read)… Does the DIY cost include appliances, plumbing and electricity, etcetera? Or is it just the structure itself and everything else is extra? Thank you ahead of time for providing this information. Elizabeth

Support
3 years 9 months ago

Hello Ellizabeth,
yes, the construction plans include simple drain/ water/ electricity drawings.
Joshua

Guest
Brenda M
3 years 6 months ago

Hi Joshua,
I have the same question as Elizabeth. While systems like plumbing and electrical may be mapped out in your plans, what is included in the build cost of $9,450 cited on the product page? Does that amount only include the shell, or does it include stove, flooring, appliances, fixtures, interior doors, windows, etc.?

We really like the design but need a better understanding of budget. Also, do you possibly have photos or websites showing actual builds of this model?

-Brenda

Support
3 years 6 months ago

Hi Brenda,
the cited estimated cost includes the whole construction, including windows, doors, finishes, appliances, etc. The estimation is based on the size of floor area, however a proper pricing can be only done by the construction firm / carpenter / etc. taking into consideration local conditions and specific criteria, which I am not able to predict. The construction plans and documentation you can purchase from us provide guidelines to detailed pricing. In case you decide not to build anything according to them, you can let us know and we will refund you the money. As for photos, unfortunately we do not have any of this model built. You can try to look at our references section to see photos of different models built http://www.pinuphouses.com/references/.
Joshua

Guest
Ronnie
3 years 11 months ago

Hey Josh,
Do you know any states that allows people to build tiny houses? Also is it possible to make the base of the house flat? I think the house would really pop with some flowers near the porch? I am interested in buying the plan and thats the only thing holding me back.
Thanks,
Ronnie

Support
3 years 11 months ago

Hello,
of course, the base of the house can be flat. It´s just adaptable to sloping site.
Josh

Guest
Ronnie
3 years 11 months ago

Could you also add a garage to the back by chance?

Support
3 years 11 months ago

It depends on the situation..