New Design – Navarro 20

We’ve got a new design available, the Navarro 20. It’s a 20-foot tiny house plan with a shed roof. Four large windows let tons of light into the house and make this design ideal for a locating in a place with a great view.

The high ceiling, big windows, and single large room would add to the open feeling in this tiny house design. At the end of the house – behind a pocket door – is a bathroom with a 32″ shower, toilet, and wall mounted sink.

Like all my tiny house plans you have the flexibility to finish the house however you like, this is just one example. Learn more about the Navarro 20 at TinyHouseDesign.com.

Navarro 20 - Interior view from kitchen Navarro 20 - Interior looking down from loft Navarro 20 - Interior looking in from front door Navarro 20 - Interior bathroom Navarro 20 - Interior Step Tansu Stairs Detail Navarro 20 - Exterior Back

9 thoughts on “New Design – Navarro 20

  1. David Garvin says:

    Can this house be bought in Canada completed, I am 75% invalid unable to build any size house, and if so about how much would it cost delivered say Ontario.

    Thanks
    David Garvin

  2. Fermin says:

    Why did you named it “Navarro”?
    I’m from Navarra, Spain. It’s nice to have that name in such a gorgeous tiny house!

    • Michael Janzen says:

      There’s a tiny town and free flowing river in Mendocino County, California named Navarro. I have been naming all my designs for towns and places in Mendocino County. I was born out there – lived there as an adult for some time, miss it terribly and someday hope to move back that way.

  3. AVD says:

    Yeah! A real handrail on the “stair” is real progress. And not having to stare at the dishwasher or the washer-dryer combo unit staring back at the sofa occupants is a plus.
    Positive design evolution is always good to see.

  4. Brian says:

    This is my favourite design of yours by far. It has such a contemporary feel and includes all of the features I would expect in my tiny house.

    Can you think of a clever solution to putting a flat screen TV on the wall, integrating a washer dryer and a multi-fuel stove?

    • Vickie Hicks says:

      I want to know what it would take to start my own tiny house business here in Moorhead, Minnesota. I always watch the Tiny House Shows on HGTV. I just love the Tiny Houses that Zack Giffin And Jon Weirforth build on the shows. Its to bad that the people have them come and build the homes in seven days though.

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