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Tiny Home Build in Austin, TX

This is a contemporary-style tiny home build in Austin, TX that’s now for sale.

On the outside you’ll notice a blend of exterior siding: natural and green-painted wood with a metal base.

You can see the entire build from the studs to the finished product in the pictures below. The interior includes a loft, kitchen, living area and bathroom.

Please enjoy, learn more, and share below! Thank you!

Tiny Home Build in Austin, TX

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Interview

Are you living in it?

We have been living in it since December, selling it to build a second tiny house then going to outfit a sprinter van to start traveling the n and s Americas and hopefully the world.

Have you found a place to put it yet?

Yes we live in an Rv park in Lago vista just west of Austin in the hill country

Living in it by yourself?

My girlfriend Brittany and I live in it. We absolutely love it and will continue the minimal and stress free lifestyle. Went from $1500 per month to all bills paid $490.

How’d you build it?

It was 2×4 framed in 24″ centers R13 batting in floor walls ceiling I sketched out plans on paper and my carpenter buddy did welding and framing then I took it over from there.

Who helped if anyone?

Just us and the frame builder.

How long did it take you to build it?

From September to the first of December, we were on a time constraint since our apartment lease was about to be up.

Was it your first time building ?

Yes this was my first build, once this is sold we are going to build a second house and park it on my parents ranch so when we go traveling we will be able to come back to our own place and move it where we want it.

A/C Update

Also I installed a 9000 btu Innova inverter mini split in March and no longer have the portable Ac unit in there. A lot of people were asking what the white tube was going out the window so I sent you updated loft pics without the portable Ac

This Tiny House is For Sale!

20’x8’x13.5″
2×4″ framed with zip system sheathing and r13 insulation
Kitchen with chop block countertop and oversize stainless steel sink and 3 top burner
Full Bath
2-lofts
Conventional 220v and 110v 50a running throughout house with usb outlet combos, all lights have dimmers.
9000 btu Innova mini split AC and Heat, pictures show portable Ac from a few mths ago.
180 degree swivel bracket with 42″ screen
Eccotemp hot water heater
11 Custom Windows and blinds.

Great house for someone who would like to minimize your bills tremendously and literally live stress free.

$27,000

If you’re interested please contact Brent at a1hennessy AT yahoo dot com.

Our big thanks to Brent and Brittany for sharing!

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Natalie

Natalie

Natalie McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Scotland.




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  • Rue June 13, 2016, 2:56 pm

    The dual storage stairs and loft sitting area are interesting variations. Great price, too.

  • Elle June 13, 2016, 3:24 pm

    Certainly, priced to sell. Lovely place, good thought put into it and appears to be well built. Like the double loft a lot. Only drawback is no W/D. Boo-hoo. Build on 24″ centers I wouldn’t think it’s for snowy weather–roof loads with a bit snow would be a consideration.

  • Nancy Witters June 13, 2016, 4:21 pm

    What type of refrigerator is that?

  • Debbie Johnson June 13, 2016, 5:08 pm

    I love it, and so wish I could buy it right now. I have my trailer, just trying to get it ready to build on. I can hardly wait, so one ready now would be awesome. Great tiny home. I bet I could find a place to put a stack unit for laundry in there somewhere, LOL

  • Kristen July 30, 2016, 8:59 pm

    We are also in cedar park RV site. Looking for tiny home to put on land.
    Can we come see other?

  • Jennifer September 20, 2016, 11:40 pm

    I have a ? is the 13ft height from your floor up wanted to know. Because I’m doing a sketch up of mine in sketch up with the new iron eagle trailers. and I was doing the 13ft height from my floor foundation. because all together it 14 1/2 right but you can only go 13 1/2 ft heigh right.

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