Braden downsized from a 1000-square-foot home into this amazing 400-square-foot park model at Village Farm in Austin. He’s really hoping that the tiny house movement will result in smaller homes and taller trees!
His tiny house has an awesome layout, with a compact, but functional, ground-floor bedroom with plenty of closet space. What do you think of this tiny space?
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Hope For Small Houses and Tall Trees
He has a fun, eclectic style.
The kitchen is remarkably spacious!
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I really like the built-in cabinet in the living room. Looks great (although the hinges on the open spaces could be removed).
What a fun guy! I loved the angles in the kitchen counter on the stove side. Makes meal prep bowls and dishes so much easier to reach and add to the pan. Love the stained wood touches here and there. The entire house is cool!
Recently the links in the emails have not been working. I just get the message, “Sorry. We can’t find what you’re looking for.” For this one, I copy and paste the URL https://tinyhousetalk.com/his-single-floor-park-model-in-tiny-home-community/, and that’s what I get. When mousing over the visible title results in a URL line at the bottom of the screen that’s different, I will not click on it, but rather copy and paste into the browser’s URL bar. From the resulting page with the above message, I click on “Tiny Houses,” and there near the top was the title, “His Single Floor Park Model in Tiny Home Community,” clickable, so I clicked on it, and it got me here. When I compare the URLs, they look identical, but for some reason that you probably know but I don’t, the one from the email didn’t work. Please fix this. Thanks.
I definitely like that patio, and a lot of what he said. Those floors make my eyes go buggy though! I don’t know why that has to be so common.
Now that I posted my comment, I see that the link got modified, so it’s not what I posted.
Exactly want I want except for the kitchen sink, I want a double sink, don’t like the farm house style.
Well if that’s what you want then go get it. Nothings stopping you… or is there? You only have one life on this planet… one.
Personally I like a farmhouse sink. Means you can do more thing in it, be it food prep, cleaning up after et al.
Want to do an article of my 320 sf tiny in MO?
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