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Beach House

6 Tiny Beach House Plans

  1. Beachside Bungalow- At 484 square feet, this sweet little cottage, with its enchanting gabled roof and bright front porch, is perfect for an oceanfront haven for two. The arrangement includes a living room, kitchen with a peninsula and a large counter space (in addition to a pantry), and a main bedroom with an en suite closet and bath.
  2. Shoreline Cottage- Checking in at 930 square feet, our Shoreline Cottage is little, yet mighty stunning. The inspiration for this arrangement originated from one city-abiding family’s want for a basic house by the ocean that would catch serene and breathtaking view from all sides. The board and secure exterior, gabled roof, and liberal porch set a conventional tone, while tall windows and an open inside give the home a fresh look. The ground level highlights an open living room, kitchen, and lounge area. Built in seats by the window on two walls in the open living space give shrouded capacity and comfortable spots to curl up with a book. Two bedrooms and a bath finish the second level, while upstairs; a sleeping loft (which can be accessed by a ladder) gives extra facilities or capacity.tiny-beach-house-plans
  3. Beach bungalow- This 921-square-foot cottage has everything: a totally open deck that is ideal for chilling with companions after spending a day in the sun; a living room, lounge area, kitchen, bedroom, and bath on the ground floor; and a screened porch that opens up to another roomy deck on the back of the house. A winding staircase off the kitchen to a second floor that has bedroom with a small balcony.
  4. Bunkhouse and boathouse- This is a really small structure—at 376 square feet—can be equipped as a minor cabin retreat or as an appealing storage room for boats and surfboards. As a bunkhouse-style cottage, the spaces offers comfortable space to the owners of the house and to the visitors. Windows on each wall let in a lot light and help the little space feel bigger. The wood siding, covered windows, and metal roof with uncovered crossbeam tails make the look of a boathouse revamped as an cozy weekend cottage.
  5. Carolina Craftsman- This charming, 1,120-square-foot cottage highlights two secured porches: an outdoor space that invites visitors on the front and a little screened porch on the back. Inside, the front door opens to an extensive family room, which advances to a little kitchen (with access to the screened porch). Off the family room is a lobby that leads to a full bath and two bedrooms. The main bedroom includes a connecting full bath and a walk-in closet.
  6. Brunswick Cottage- Cedar shingles and wooden sections complement the crested peaks of this 1,184-square-foot home, while details like decorative wood framing beneath the windows, a standing seam metal roof, and the stone fireplace give a rich look.  The galley-style kitchen and a simple dining area are delicately planned as one space. Windows let natural light fill the room and offer perspectives every step of the way. A profound front porch and screened porch off of the back of the home make open air spaces a natural addition to the home. The second level offers two roomy bedrooms and a full bath.