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Most of the time I like to show you tiny houses on wheels but I also have a passion for other small spaces, like this 252-square-foot tiny victorian cottage built on a foundation by Tiny Texas Houses.

I think a home like this is a great option if you’re interested in living tiny but know that something slightly bigger would work better for you.

Maybe it’s because you want to share the house with somebody, you want to keep some more of your goodies, or you just enjoy a little more spaciousness.

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Photo Credits Texas Tiny Houses

Did you know that Brad Kittel builds his tiny homes of nearly 100% recycled & reclaimed materials that he repurposes, gathers and restores himself? Pretty amazing if you ask me.

I like how the interior is a lot like most little houses on wheels. It’s got the kitchen with an upstairs sleeping loft. Only here you get to enjoy the feeling of more space thanks to a bigger house and the open/vaulted ceilings.

I encourage to tour the rest of this awesome little house below:

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Brad Kittel of Tiny Texas Houses has been running an essay contest since July 3rd.

I wish I would have known about this earlier, but you still have until August 3rd 2011.

Either way, you’ll really enjoy checking out the house, whether or not you participate.

The grand prize winner wins a 10′ x 12′ completely unique home with a 6′ x 11′ porch.

This House’s History

  • Has 125-year-old Cedar posts on the front porch
  • Exterior siding is 2×8 Long Leaf Pine from the 1800s
  • Some of the corrugated metal dates back to 1900s

The shower has a river rock floor, walls covered with 100-year-old roof shingles.

Design and Space

Downstairs there’s a full shower, toilet, and sink. In the living area, there’s room for seating.

There’s a kitchenette with a sink and under the counter refrigerator.

The upstairs area can hold either two twin beds or one queen plus room for a small desk and a closet.

Rustic Texas Tiny House Exterior

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