The Indian Blanket tiny house has a New York country loft style and was built by students at Northside ISD (Independent School District) in San Antonio, Texas. This is a Construction Careers Academy.
The micro home has a double loft design ideally one so you can read and the other to be used as a bedroom as shown in the photo tour below. In addition, you’ll also find a fully featured micro kitchen inside with a modern design and beautiful backsplash.
There is plenty of open shelving throughout and wood flooring inside. The kitchen countertops are made out of black granite and the open ceiling gives it a spacious feeling inside.
Indian Blanket Tiny House For Sale Built by Students (SOLD)
Images © nisd.net
Images © nisd.net
This Tiny House For Sale by Judy Mayes
Alex, hi, I saw you site and was wondering if you are still listing micro house for sale. I bought one from a school program at Warren High’s Construction Academy in San Antonio, TX. I’ve had the challenge of zoning and finding a lot here in Fort Worth, TX. It’s still at the school and I’m looking to sale. It’s one of a kind. It can be viewed at http://nisd.net/cca/poh . It ‘s the Indian Blanket one. It does include some moving within a 100 mile radius of San Antonio.
If you’re seriously interested in purchasing this tiny house you can get in touch with Judy Mayes at 817-905-4555.
- Asking price $34,999
- Includes moving and set up within 100 miles of San Antonio, TX (if further than that, you have to take care of it yourself)
- Featured in San Antonio Life Magazine
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These students did a great job! Loved it. Nice functionality and décor. Price is wonderful.
The kitchen is great, and I like the floorplan. I see the stairs to the loft look sturdy and have handles to grab on to. Great idea, although I still wouldn’t want to sleep in a loft and have to use the ladder on a regular basis – too old for that!
Love this tiny house!! Especially the spiral staircase to the loft. Wish it wasn’t built for weatherso far south/warm or I would probably want to buy it. (But know in MN I would need something with more heat/insulation)
These students did a great job! This is a really cute, functional & livable tiny home. What an incredible learning experience! Creative, imaginative & practical talents are shown in the details. Thanks for sharing.
Outstanding creativity. Great details like: chalk board, lots of hooks on the post, office space & paper clip! normally people ignore the ugly under belly, you put hedge-type greenery!, use of the tin siding can protect from road splatter/rain, on the porch. It can all be wiped off, smart. Then the faux brick painting was a great touch. The secret room? Awesome! Loft carpeting is nice softness added. Now, take a look at the Ship Container on this site today. See the simplicity? Next time lay out all decor accessories, then use only 1/4. Keep it simple so buyers can see ‘the bones’ the true test of design. Everything you guys did came from your hearts!! Can hardly wait for what’s next!!
This is very cleverly designed. I sure like the stair set over the laptop nook with the clothing hooks. It looks great, is unobtrusive and is better for people who might be nervous using a ladder.
My favourite design yet. Cozy, but still livable! I could see this as a great retreat to escape to. What are the dimensions? I don’t think I saw them in the floor plan. Wish you could deliver it to Canada!
This is a really neat house! I wish I had thought of some of the design technigues they used when I was building. It is really a winner and I hope it finds a permanent happy homesteader soon.
Interesting. Very unconventional. I like big equipped kitchens in tiny houses… encourages you to cook nice meals instead of eating out all of the time.
I realize the post is pretty old, but I was wondering if you sold the house?
I am trying to find one to rent in the San Marcos area, the rent places I find are so high. Do not know if you can help with this or not.
Hi Joy, I recommend searching on Craigslist and also on this tiny house map: http://www.tinyhousecommunity.com/map/#3/45.58/-99.84