A Shared Tiny House Compound in Texas

Four couples who are good friends purchased a beautiful piece of land on the Llano River in Texas. After considering building one large house, they instead decided to have separate small cabins for each couple, along with a shared common building with a kitchen, space for group dinners and activities, and guest accommodations.” - Small House Bliss

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Off the Grid in the West Texas Desert

John Wells built the shell of this one-room shack over nine days in 2007; now his 60-acre homestead, deep in the West Texas desert, includes four shipping containers under an arched metal roof, nine water tanks, a solar shower and a solar oven.” – The New York Times

See more of this house Off the Grid in the West Texas Desert at NYTimes.com. Photo by Tony Cenicola for The New York Times