This is a beautiful Tiny Texas House Vacation in Canyon Lake.
Our Tiny Texas House is a beautiful Victorian cottage custom made from period reclaimed building materials. The attention to detail is astounding in this work of art. The cottage features vintage stained glass windows, antique wood floors and trim. Climb the ladder to the sleeping loft and sleep soundly in the plush king size bed. Enjoy a relaxing soak in the porcelain tub and shower.
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- Kitchenette with induction cooker, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, refrigerator, pots, pans, plates and silverware
- Front porch with chairs
- Patio area with your own private hot tub, gas grill and garden
- The world famous Guadalupe River is 10 minutes, Gruene is 20 minutes, Canyon Lake is less than 5 minutes, San Marcos Outlet Malls are 30 minutes and Wimberley is only 25 minutes.
- King bed
- Satellite TV
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I love the rounded “landing” at the top of the stairs. I also like that the stairs are open for storage. Well thought out wee cabin.
I agree on the landing, but my first thought on the stairs was “oh, great, 5 coffee tables’ worth of clutter!”
HAHA – must.show.restraint! I totally GET that… however, if you have little toes it will still work! 🙂
Different, but nice…!A little dark, but nice… It reminds me of my old sailboat in some ways, with its, mahogany, and teak interior, sorry I ever sold that boat….
Oh no! I’m sorry about that Zachary.
Would look terrific with birch, pine or maybe oak?? I agree, the wood is dark but it lends itself to the feeling of “cozy.” I wonder if having more natural light would help?
I would think so, maybe even a white maple, or just white pine clear finished…!
Oh yes…that would be lovely
Oh goodness way too dark… Like the outside though….:)
Love the color!
This is very nice. I like it a lot, but it’s not Victorian; it’s a “Craftsman” cottage; the windows alone should tell you this.
It’s both. The windows and front door are Craftsman, and the tile surrounding the tub is *definitely* textbook Craftsman. The paint colors, the ornamental siding, the gingerbread, and the spindles on the balcony railing, and the porch column and railing are all Victorian/Queen Anne. The interior decor is, um, probably cabin/rustic (and a little dark).
And a hot tub AND a soaking tub, heh. These owners luv them their hot soaks.
N-I-C-E and cozy! I love the work on all the woodwork. Though the loft would be a killer for me, it was lovely too. Three thumbs up!
Oh My GOD its to die for, inside and out. I love every inch of that lil house. I would just love to set this lil beauty next to a small lake, and forest all around me. Take my money please. lol
Would love to know where they got the tub.
What an absolutely sweet little house. I do like the darker wood because it makes it feel cozy to me. I am crazy about that little tub—just my size since I am only 5 ft tall. 🙂
Kind of dark, but nice.
Just adorable in every way.
LOVE THIS HOUSE! I want the plans for this home! Any way of getting them?