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Fort Austin Tiny House

This is the Fort Austin Tiny House.

It’s built by Brevard Tiny House Company.

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Fort Austin Tiny House




























The Fort Austin is an 8×24 ft. tiny home featuring exciting stairs, beautiful interior woodwork, and two sleeping lofts. Turnkey: $52,000

Learn more: https://brevardtinyhouse.com/existing-tiny-houses/fort-austin/

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  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN October 19, 2016, 10:25 am

    Not bad, but not that thrilling either.. I mean that dark wood just makes the place so gloomy…!

  • sc October 20, 2016, 10:23 am

    That kitchen space is ridiculous! A sink with no proper counter space on each side. Right up against the fridge and cooktop??? Wtf were they thinking? No range hood. the open cabinetry is a joke. especially the small spaces. Imagine trying to put away and get food, pans, utensils, everything by bending over and taking out, re-arranging and pushing aside to get to stuff in the back. These cabinets are not far from the front door, think of all the dust and dirt that could find it’s way there. I could see the larger areas under the sink with curtains over them, but all the bottom cabinets? containers will probably used for some of the spaces, but it will be rather inefficient way of storage for a newly built kitchen. There is a reason drawers and cabinet doors were invented. It’s just looks unfinished. Whoever built this does not cook a lot. There seems to be no space for even a toaster oven. sigh…
    I would tear that kitchen out and start all over again, put it at the other end of the house. A U-shaped kitchen with the big farmhouse sink under that big window at the end and the cooktop and fridge on opposite sides. Sorry to go off, but it just rubbed me the wrong way. haha!

    I do like the storage shelving, bathroom, the closet and the steps end.
    the shower tub is cute.. I wish the lofts had more windows.
    No shots of the exterior? Not even on the home site?!? I cant understand people asking tens of thousands of dollars for an item and being stingy with the pictures…Its a tiny house, not that much to show.

    • Natalie Natalie October 21, 2016, 2:22 pm

      Haha it’s not for everyone! — Tiny House Talk Team

    • sc October 21, 2016, 2:38 pm

      Wait, now I see the exterior at the bottom. Was that there before? Or was it added later, I can’t remember….Am I going blind? hahaha!

  • ROSEE October 20, 2016, 12:50 pm

    The only thing I like about this tiny house is the floor and the shelf brackets. Sorry!

  • Lisa E. October 23, 2016, 2:06 pm

    I have been a fan of Brevard for a long time. This effort is a big departure from their other builds. I’m not a fan of rustic (the galvanized water tub for a bathtub, open shelving, or “natural” edges on counter tops and shelving,) so I’m going to recuse myself and say that my favorite build is their “Sunnyside”; always has been and still is.

    • Natalie Natalie October 24, 2016, 9:42 am

      Haha ya it’s all a taste thing when it comes to those finishing touches :) — Tiny House Talk Team

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