Whether you’re thinking about downsizing, looking for a holiday bolthole or taking your first step into homeownership, these five tiny homes could be just what you’re looking for.

One-bedroom cottage in KingstonOne-bedroom cottage in Kingston

1. One-bedroom cottage in Kingston, Cambridgeshire, for £400,000

Although small, this Grade-II listed thatched cottage packs a punch with its charm. Inside is surprisingly spacious thanks to an open plan layout and high ceilings with painted beams. Newly-fitted central heating, a stylish kitchen and bathroom, off-street parking and a manicured garden make this quaint home the complete package.

Available via Fine & Country

One-bedroom semi-detached bungalow in Studd HillOne-bedroom semi-detached bungalow in Studd Hill

2. One-bedroom semi-detached bungalow in Studd Hill, Herne Bay, Kent for £199,995

This blue-clad bungalow sits in a peaceful area, just a stone’s throw from Studd Hill beach, and would be a fantastic holiday home. Extra space has been added via a conservatory, that overlooks a 130ft-long garden. It’s ready to move into and is an easy journey from London by train or car.

Available via Miles & Barr

One-bedroom cottage in NorthreppsOne-bedroom cottage in Northrepps

3. One-bedroom cottage in Northrepps, Norfolk, for £175,000

Built from flint and brick that is typical of the area, this pretty cottage, close to the seaside town of Cromer, is an idyllic retreat. Sash windows, ornate original fireplaces and wooden beams add to its character. And there’s no better way to pass the time than tending to the front and back gardens, which are bursting with colourful shrubs and flower beds.

Available via Sowerbys  

One-bedroom semi-detached bungalow in AylesburyOne-bedroom semi-detached bungalow in Aylesbury

4. One-bedroom semi-detached bungalow in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, for £220,000

Tucked in between two much larger houses is this semi-detached bungalow, which isn’t as small as it appears. Inside is a Tardis, with surprisingly large rooms, including a chic open plan kitchen, dining and living area. The low-maintenance decked garden makes this home the perfect option for downsizing.

Available via Williams

One-bedroom barn conversion in StaplehurstOne-bedroom barn conversion in Staplehurst

5. One-bedroom barn conversion in Staplehurst, Kent, for £278,000

Looking for a barn conversion that’s smaller in stature? This home, formerly a stable block, now seamlessly combines the old with the new thanks to modern fixtures and fittings and exposed beams. French doors lead out onto a secluded courtyard-style garden, which will be the perfect spot for barbecues in the summer.

Available via Radfords Estate Agents

Would you live in a tiny house? Let us know in the comments below...

* DISQUS *
comments powered by Disqus