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This is a 254 sq. ft. tiny home with a triple roof line out of Austin, TX.

It’s designed by Brian Crabb of Viva Collectiv.

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254 Sq. Ft. Triple Roof Line Tiny House on Wheels

254 Sq. Ft. Triple Roof Line Tiny Home

Photos via Viva Collectiv

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This is a modern tiny house in Austin, Texas.

You can rent it and try out tiny living in it using Airbnb.

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Modern Tiny House in Austin, Texas

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Photos via Airbnb

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This is a tiny house on wheels in Austin, Texas that you can rent for vacation.


It makes a great alternative to a hotel and you can try out tiny living at the same time.

Have you ever stayed in a tiny house overnight before?

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Austin Tiny House Vacation/Experience

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This funky loft studio cabin is located in Austin, TX and is used as a tiny house vacation. And if you like purple, I think you’ll immediately like this cabin.

When you go inside you will notice there is a large, open and bright living area with plenty of natural sunlight coming in. The outdoor deck gives you extra space to spend time outside.

The small kitchenette doubles as laundry space and there is a nice size bathroom with shower. Above the bathroom and kitchen is the sleeping loft with sitting area. Please enjoy and share below.

Funky Loft Studio Cabin in Austin, TX

Funky Loft Studio in Austin,TX

Images © Airbnb

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If you’ve ever wanted to take a tiny house vacation I think this is yet another great option for doing just that.

There’s nothing better than trying out tiny before you make the huge commitment to downsize into a tiny house.

It can take a really long time, a good amount of money, and a lot of hard work to design and build your own tiny home.

So it’s really smart to give it a try before you do all that just to make sure that it’s something you can see yourself doing for a long time, don’t you think?

Related: Q&A – How long does it take to build a tiny house?

8’x12′ Tiny House Vacation in Austin, TX

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I’ve been covering tiny houses and other smaller and alternative types of housing for the last few years and I can say that it’s easy to find great examples of small homes everyday.

What bothers me is that the majority of what I find is opposite of affordable housing. It’s normally boutique hotels, places to go “glamping”, and/or expensive real estate in highly populated areas.

And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with any of that. I think it’s great that there are all of these ways that people who aren’t in need can explore and discover housing that might one day make their lives better through simplicity.

And all of this helps lead to making our world better (environmentally, socially and economically). But now, more than ever, there seems to be a dire need for truly affordable and smarter housing. And in this area of Austin, Texas, one man is leading the way to accomplishing that right now.

The goal? To help get 200 people back on their feet and out of homelessness.

Introducing: Community First Village

Tiny House Community for Homeless

Image Credit: Joy Diaz for KUT

It’s a 29 acre property with tiny cottages, teepees, and travel trailers completely dedicated to serving 200 local people who are chronically homeless.

“Allan Graham is the man behind the vision. A former business man, he took it upon himself to change the live of Austin’s homeless population.”

Listen to the Audio Version of this Story Right Here Below

Learn more about this tiny house community for the homeless below:

Please read the original article over at KUT (part of the NPR network)

I’d like to thank Michael over at Tiny House Living for getting this story out there first.

What ideas do you have on how we can inspire more projects like this in our country and throughout the world?

Please share your thoughts in the comments below. Who knows, you might inspire the beginning of the next affordable small housing community! Do your part with a “Like”, share or comment below.

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