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I partook on the great adventure to build my own tiny house during my last two years of college. The experience was amazing and living in it the last semester of school was better than dreamed. However now after graduating and getting a job, circumstances are changing and in order to adapt to them all, it seems I have to pass the house on.” – Tiny House Talk

Learn more about Ben’s Tiny House For Sale near Austin, Texas.

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Tiny Texas Houses will be hosting a week long salvage building bootcamp from March 3rd – March 9th, 2014… The plan is to build a tiny house design like that of “The Writers Cottage” and “Essay Contest” tiny houses. This house will be a 15′x12′ design with two floors…big enough to live in full time but small enough to get around building code in urban areas.” – Tiny Texas Houses

Read more about the Tiny Texas Houses “White Swan” Spring Salvage Building Bootcamp in Luling, Texas

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The 180-square foot house was built for only $22,000 over the course of two months and Alicia lived in it while interning in Amarillo, Texas last summer.Her tiny home was built on a 7 1/2 foot-by-18-foot flatbed trailer and contains a small kitchen, bathroom with a shower, a loft bedroom and living space with a full closet. The minimalist interior is full of wood accents.” – Christina

See more at Tiny House Blog…

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“Clad in materials as rich in color and texture as they are in history, our spaces are built with one hundred year-old barn wood, longleaf pine, and corrugated metal that we have meticulously procured from historic barns and homes across Texas.

With pricing starting at $25,000, our spaces are accessible to a number of budgets. All spaces are built to suit individual needs and preferences. Typically built on site in Austin, Texas, they can be delivered to most anywhere in the continental United States.” - Reclaimed Space.

See more of La Arboleda…

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Plans are moving ahead in the Austin area to house about 200 people who are chronically homeless.  Community First Village has been about a decade in the making and in just a matter of months, it will break ground.

The property is 27 acres, with little cottages, mobile homes and even some teepees dotting the landscape. A three-acre community garden is also on-site. ” - KUT

Continue reading the story titled: Here’s What Austin’s Newest Housing For the Chronically Homeless Looks Like

Thanks to author Jane Devin for sending this my way!

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This 440 ft2 (40.9 m2) weeHouse has just two rooms, an all-in-one living space and a bathroom. The living space has a bed placed in the middle of the room with a kitchenette and dining area at one end and a small sitting area at the other end. Custom cabinetry and wood finishes dress up the room. The surprisingly large and luxurious bathroom has both a shower and a bathtub. A separate shed houses the laundry machines and hot water tank.” - SmallHouseBliss

Read and see more of this Desert Retreat…

Photos and design by Alchemy Architects…

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Looks like John Wells is going to have more company out in the desert. Pictured here is her outhouse. I wonder what kind of home Dona Lu plans to build?

“My part time SW neighbor Dona Lu came out to work on her place for the weekend.  She pre-built studded walls for an out house building and needed a second pair of hands holding the parts so she could lag screw them together.  Quite impressed with her design and carpentry skills.”

via The Field Lab: HARDBOILEDEGGS.

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More tiny houses in the news, this time from Texas.

“Evan Coulson and Gabrielle Hodges agree living in a home built on an eight foot by 20 foot trailer is a bit unconventional. “The average home could fit about 20, about 20 of these in it,” Coulson said. Guests invited inside quickly learn a person can live with less.”

via Nacogdoches Co. couple enjoying tiny house – KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas.

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The folks at Tiny Texas Houses explain why they don’t build tiny houses on wheels.

“…As to people building them and using them to run down the road a lot. Weight, pieces falling off at 60 mph, cross winds, driving into winds affecting true wind pressures and likely lack of consideration in construction will eventually lead to disastrous results, in my humble opinion.”

Continue reading Why We Don’t Build Our Houses To Be House Trailers at Tiny Texas Houses.

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