Four Lights Tiny House Company

The Marie Colvin

288+ SQ FT  |  Estimated Materials Costs  |  Download FREE Study Plan 

  House Width   10'-2"   Bump-out Nook   5'-5" x 4'-5"
  House Length   29'-3"   Great Room   9"-6" x 10'
  Trailer Size   10' x 29' deck-over   Kitchen   7'-5" x 7'-5"
  Dry Weight   12,000 lb   Washroom   2'-6" x 6'-6"
  Ceiling Height   7'-3 1/2"   Bedroom   6'-5" x 4'-7"
  Loft Height   4'-1 3/4"   Shed   1'-9" x 4'-7"
  Porch Width   4'   *approximate   

A Little Bit Bigger

One of Jay Shafer's highly anticipated larger home designs, The Marie Colvin boasts a beautiful bump-out dining nook, a downstairs bedroom, two large lofts, a kitchen with ample storage, a large washroom, and a great room with an open cathedral ceiling. There's more than 70 square feet of storage, including an attached shed. 

What Comes with the Furnished Plan

The furnished plan sets come with a main floor plan, a loft floor plan, an electrical plan, trailer specifications with an alternate pier foundation plan, pertinent detail elevations and all of the integral component plans, including the blueprints for furniture designed specifically to fit in this gorgeous, fully functional home. 

A Special Bonus 

The Furnished House Plan includes a full set of component furnishing plans. You'll have access to the blueprints for building all of the DIY furnishings and room components that fit into this beautiful house, as shown in the floor plan (see slideshow above). 

About the Park Bungalow Models 

The Park Bungalow models have been designed to meet all ANSI requirements for RVs when they’re mounted on wheels by a licensed RV manufacturer. They can then be registered as RVs, qualifying for RV loans and RV insurance. If you put a house on wheels yourself without buying a manufacturer’s license, it is considered a load on a flatbed (which is harder to finance and insure, but more affordable in terms of taxation).

* 14'-8" height is based on 32" standard deck-over-trailer height. The Marie Colvin on wheels is designed as a park model RV, not as a travel trailer.  It is a wide-load, over-height model, which requires a commercial driver's license to legally tow it on U.S streets, as park model RVs often do.

The Marie Colvin was designed to meet park model RV codes, not to meet the minimum size standards of the ICC building code.  If your foundation-built construction plans rely upon building permits, please ask your local building officials whether this model can be permitted at your site.

This house is also available as a shell plan.

All plans are PDF downloads. You will receive a download link upon receipt of your order.