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Tiny House on a Christmas Tree Farm in Manvel, Texas

This is the Tiny House on a Christmas Tree Farm in Manvel, Texas.

The adorable tiny build has a couch that rolls out into our downstairs bed (perfect!), a well-stocked kitchen, and a comfortable bathroom. The best part, I think, has to be the pond-front view! The interior is rustic and quaint and I’d love to stay the night. Good news? You can! It’s a vacation rental on Airbnb.

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Tiny House on a Christmas Tree Farm in Manvel, Texas

Images via Airbnb

Full view of the interior. Love the throw pillow!

Great sliding door to the bathroom and little storage loft.

Close-up of the kitchen area.

Do some minor cooking or just enjoy your morning coffee.

Hanging pots is a great idea. Do you do that?

The rustic boards are beautiful. Tons of character.

Now it’s a bed! Sleep tight.

Little kitchen bar for eating.

Flushing toilet in the back bathroom.

I really love these kind of showers!

The covered porch is perfect for enjoying the views.

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Images via Airbnb

From Airbnb: 

We call our rustic tiny house “Lone Star”. It has everything you need in a very compact space with a Texas flair. The tiny house is built on an 8′ x 18′ trailer, and care has been taken to use non-toxic materials in its construction. The raised kitchen conceals a full-size bed, and the foot of the bed doubles as your sofa. At bedtime, just pull the handle on the front of the sofa, and pull out your bed. The kitchen is equipped with a fridge, toaster oven, and microwave, along with cookware, dishes, and utensils. Holiday Acres is a bustling choose and cut Christmas tree farm during the Christmas season, but the rest of the year it’s a peaceful place to relax.

Want to stay here? Need more details? Check out the listing on Airbnb!


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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • AVD
    April 12, 2017, 1:03 pm

    One of the essentials of Tiny House design is to make the most efficient use of space. If wall surfaces are part of the efficiency formula, then why do tiny and small house designers always insist on putting a window above the sink? Are new-age designers “trapped” into using traditional design conventions? This question is especially important when designing a small house that includes an automatic dishwasher.
    Maybe it is time for small and tiny dwelling designers to re-think some out-dated design theories.

    Just wondering!


    • Phatkhat
      April 12, 2017, 2:39 pm

      In a tiny house, windows keep it from being claustrophobic. I couldn’t stand to work in a windowless kitchen, and love to look out my kitchen window at the woods, birds, squirrels, etc.

    • Alison
      April 12, 2017, 9:22 pm

      I agree that designers should not get stuck with traditional conventions. But I love all the windows–they make the space feel open. I, personally, want a window over my sink. I would choose windows over storage.

    • James D.
      April 13, 2017, 7:32 am

      It’s human engineering… They’re designing something that has to feel like a home, not like a prison!

      Besides, Windows also help provide ventilation and a view of the outside that can be useful for a number of reasons… Window sills can also be useful…

      People also lean forward over their sinks when using it, which a cabinet would get in the way of…

    • Beckie
      December 24, 2020, 9:32 pm

      Just curious if you’ve done very many dishes in your days? There truly are things us “Older People” got Right. The main reasons for a window over the kitchen sink was for ventilation, to watch our children while they were OUTSIDE playing and then it’s just plain Nice to be able to enjoy the sights and smells of the fresh outdoors! It’s sad to think the younger generations don’t “need” any of it anymore. Merry Christmas and/or Happy Holidays.

      • Natalie C. McKee
        December 28, 2020, 9:40 am

        I can see our goats/ducks/chickens from our kitchen window and it truly is a joy.

  • kathleen veltsos
    April 12, 2017, 4:37 pm

    Very nice. I would however move that magnetic knife strip from above…..experience only…knives do fall occasionally.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      April 13, 2017, 7:25 am

      Good thing to consider!

  • Marcia Sheid
    April 14, 2017, 3:50 pm

    Love the corrugated metal showers, but found down here in the tropics it was a great place for spiders to hide out. So we went with the smooth metal shower wall.

  • Thomas Porter
    May 4, 2017, 3:06 pm

    Where is Manvel, Texas?

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