Seattle Tiny Homes

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A pioneer in the tiny house movement, established in 2010. A+ Build Quality.

If you’re looking to downsize your living space and your environmental footprint in the Northwest, moving into a tiny house is a great place to start. But finding a home that meets your functional needs and matches your personality can be challenging. That’s where Seattle Tiny Homes comes in.

Seattle Tiny Homes offers a number of options to buyers who want to start living the tiny home dream.

Who is Seattle Tiny Homes?

Seattle Tiny Homes has been in business since 2010, and despite their name, they deliver to all 50 states.

Co-owner Amanda Wolf is a professional tiny home designer who works closely with clients to bring their vision for their dream home to life. If you’re looking for a more turnkey solution, Seattle Tiny Homes has several models to choose from.

Design Services

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If you’re looking for help designing your tiny home, Seattle Tiny Homes can help. They offer the following design services:

Tiny Structure (No Wheels) Consultation

When you choose this option, the company will work with you to design a tiny home on a foundation, an auxiliary dwelling unit (AUD), a cabin, a shed or another type of structure.

You’ll get:

  • Up to 3 hours on the phone to understand your needs and goals
  • Email access throughout the entire design process
  • 2 initial layouts and 2 revisions
  • Your finalized floor plan
  • A 3D, full-color rendering of your home

For an extra fee, you can have the design put into CAD to jumpstart the permitting process.

Tiny Homes (Wheels) Consultation

With this package, you get everything you get with the previous package. However, this one also includes precise architectural renderings.

Tiny Home Expert Review

If you’re building your own tiny home and want some advice or recommendations, Seattle Tinny Homes can help. With this package, you get email communication, discussions about your floor plan and a Q&A to help you determine whether your design will fit your lifestyle.

What Makes Seattle Tiny Homes Different?

Seattle Tiny Homes promise to make a commitment to their customers to get to know them, create a tiny home that meets their lifestyle needs and ensure their home meets the level of quality they deserve.

Here’s what makes Seattle Tiny Homes different:

  • Their homes are certified as RVs, which simplifies the financing and insuring process.
  • They offer lifetime roofing.
  • They install energy efficient windows and advanced insulation.
  • They use plywood that’s marine grade and other materials that help keep moisture at bay.
  • Their homes are wind resistant.

The company’s homes meet or exceed the standards for stick-built homes, so customers can rest assured that their homes will last.

Tiny Homes for Sale in Seattle

Seattle Tiny Homes has multiple tiny home models to choose from, including:


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Alki is a stunning, stylish home with the average build costing between $60,000 and $180,000. Maximizing space is key to the home’s roominess with the Alki’s roof pitch allowing for additional loft space.

Depending on your needs, you can customize the Alki to be:

  • 12’ – 44’ long
  • Sleep 2 – 5 people
  • 96 – 352 sq. ft., not including the loft
  • Up to 256 sq. ft. in loft space

Alki’s unique window placement maximizes natural light while allowing the home to maintain its sense of privacy.


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Rainer is a larger model with a contemporary style and makes stunning use of additional roof space to add depth to the home. The model comes in multiple sizes to accommodate all of your needs with price ranges of $100,000 – $250,000:

  • 28’ – 44’ long
  • Sleep 4 – 5+ people
  • 224 – 352 sq. ft., not including the loft
  • Up to 150 sq. ft. in loft space

The Rainer can be customized to be handicap friendly, too.


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Wallingford is a tiny home that focuses on space. The home costs between $65,000 and $250,000 to build, and large dormers maximize loft room. Wallingford uses traditional craftsman styling and boasts specs of:

  • 12’ – 44’ long
  • Sleep 2 – 4 people
  • 96 – 352 sq. ft., not including the loft
  • Up to 256 sq. ft. in loft space

On all models, you can have one to three lofts added to allow for maximum interior space. In addition, long windows in the loft areas add additional natural light to the space and keep the home warmer during the cooler months of the year.

Seattle Tiny Homes takes the time to get to know your housing needs and wants. Once they understand your vision for a home, they’ll collaborate with you every step of the way to bring your dream home’s vision to life.

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