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Victorian Tiny Texas House

I found this Tiny House today from the folks over at Tiny Texas Houses, it’s been around a while, but I haven’t blogged it before.  This is what they say about it:

This is a 12′ x 20′ gingerbread cottage with the sweetest rounded loft bedroom and a beautiful 4’x4′ tub and metal tiled walls.  The kitchenette included a fold up table for breakfast.  The beautiful railings were made from new “Old Stock” spindles that were hand turned a century ago.  They are made from Poplar, Walnut, Pine, and Oak, which were mixed together to create a unique variety due to the variations in the cuts on each hand turned spindles.  This house sits near Canyon Lake serves as a bed and breakfast space that includes a whirlpool tub outside with a great area for relaxing in the Texas sun.

The part I like most about this house is the dark woods and amazing workmanship put into it.  They have such character and a high level of detail work.

Victorian Tiny Texas Houses

Victorian Tiny Texas Houses

Victorian Tiny Texas Houses: Interior

Victorian Tiny Texas Houses: Interior

Victorian Tiny Texas Houses: Soaker Tub


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Austin Tiny House – Open House

I wanted to let you know that Louis over at is having a open house of his brand new tiny house, for those of you are near Austin Texas, go check it out.  If anyone does get a chance, bring back some photos for us and share your story, I will make a post!

Open House Details:

When: 2-5 pm, Saturday, December 18th.

Where: Far south east corner of the property at 5213 Jim Hogg Ave in Austin, TX.

If you need more directions, feel free to call me (Louis): 512-698-6673