A home between 200 and 300 square feet may seem impossibly small, but these spaces are actually ideal as standalone ...Read More
A home between 200 and 300 square feet may seem impossibly small, but these spaces are actually ideal as standalone houses either above a garage or on the same property as another home. While some homeowners might take their hobbies or work spaces to another room in their house or to an unsightly shed in the backyard, having a functional yet eye-catching standalone home for extra space on your property may be a more desirable alternative.
Who needs 200 to 300 square feet of home on their property? These spaces can serve a variety of needs for homeowners looking for extra space. Does your profession allow you to work from home? These size homes allow for the ideal workspace away from the kids or the regular chaos of your family home to support productivity free from distractions.
A 200 to 300 square foot home is also perfect for the hobbyist. Whether it’s a studio for your many paints and canvases or a spot to write your next book without interruptions, this tiny home could be the perfect solution.
Because of the small amount of square footage in these particularly tiny homes, they rarely offer bathrooms or kitchen space. They could serve as a guest bedroom with a vaulted ceiling separate from a main house or a kid’s playroom to get all those toys out of your living room! These homes are especially ideal for those looking for a separate space from the home that would function similarly to a garage or a backyard shed but with a more livable environment.
Floor plans between 200 and 300 square feet are small and simple, making the homes easy and inexpensive to construct.
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