Homes between 500 and 600 square feet may or may not officially be considered “tiny homes,” the term popularized by ...Read More
Homes between 500 and 600 square feet may or may not officially be considered “tiny homes,” the term popularized by the growing minimalist trend, but they surely fit the bill regarding simple living.
Homeowners interested in building this size home are commonly Millennials and are usually either one person who doesn’t require a great deal of space or a minimalist couple looking to reduce expenses and live without the extra clutter.
House plans for 500 to 600-square-foot homes typically include one-story properties with one bedroom or less. While most of these homes are either an open loft/studio format or have one bedroom you’ll often find that the architects have designed these homes to maximize the space. The 500 to 600-square-foot house plans often include lofted spaces for extra storage, a separate sleeping area, or a home office. They may even offer the perfect spot for a pull-out bed or convertible couch for much-needed guest space.
So many advantages come with living in a home between 500 and 600 square feet. One of those advantages includes reducing the home’s operating expenses, such as electricity, heat, air conditioning, and water. A tiny house will require only a small amount of heat or air conditioning to keep comfortable. And with fewer rooms, you’re more likely to use a smaller amount of electricity and water.
Future homeowners looking to purchase 500 to 600-square-foot house blueprints are often already or aspire to, embrace the minimalist lifestyle. They usually enjoy experiences more than personal belongings and want a low-maintenance home that gives them time and money to focus on their passions and hobbies.
Is a tiny home for you? If you can dream it, The Plan Collection likely has a blueprint for it. Everything you need in just a little bit of space! Contact us if you have any questions or concerns, and we will be happy to do what we can to help you....Read Less