When these four couples, who are all friends, decided to purchase a piece of property on the Llano River in Texas together they originally were going to build a big house and share it, according to Small House Bliss. But instead they decided to each build their own 350 sq. ft. tiny cabin and share a common building instead. So what they’ve now done is created their own tiny cabin micro community on their own property.
Pretty cool, right? And they were able to build the tiny cabins for about $40,000 USD each with the help of Matt Garcia Design. Each unit is slightly different but they’re all very similar and in this post you’ll get to tour one of them (and see the outside of the rest). Each cabin has its own open floor plan with a combo bedroom and living room (like a studio). And yes, of course, views of the river from inside. (source)
Group Creates their own Tiny Cabin Micro Community in Texas
I urge you to enjoy the rest of this amazing micro housing compound in Texas below:
- Architects (Matt Garcia Design) Website
- Photographer’s (StrossArts) Website
- This house featured on Houzz
- This house on Small House Bliss
YOUR Thoughts on this DIY shared cabin compound?
What are your thoughts on people creating their own micro tiny housing communities? Would you consider doing something like this? (Yes/no in comments and if you want.. why).
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