This is the Waco Texas Peace Cabin. It’s a beautiful and rustic tiny cabin in Waco.
It’s not on wheels, though, so you definitely have more loft space. Let’s take a look!
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Tiny Rustic Cabin Getaway in Waco, Texas… Just The Right Size Tiny House?
The cabin-style rental features one loft bedroom and one full bathroom.
After a day of sightseeing or outdoor activities, glampers can relax on the living room sofa while watching television.
The fully-equipped kitchenette comes with a breakfast bar, a mini-fridge, a microwave, a toaster oven, a sink, a coffeemaker, and plenty of dishes and cutlery.
In the bedroom, guests will find an inviting queen-size bed.
Ahhh, a TALL Tiny House Loft Bedroom…😊
In the bathroom, there is a toilet, a hammered copper sink, and a shower. Linens and towels are provided.
Outside, the tiny house features a lovely front porch with rocking chairs where glampers can relax and sip their morning coffee or wind down in the evenings.
This cozy and rustic tiny house is located in the countryside about 15 minutes north of Waco, Texas, and can accommodate up to three guests.
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Very, very pretty and comfortable-loikung
Akex what size is this building in waco tx?
The outside of this is gorgeous. The inside has a nice spacious layout and great for those of us who don’t like the long and narrow of THOW. The kitchen is perfect for working back and forth and having an open feel to talk to visitors while preparing a meal. Great reachable storage too. Nice touch – an eating area right there bumping up against the island.
The loft is wonderful to stand up in and has a sense of privacy in that you cannot peer up over the top as in a THOW. Despite being small, the bathroom is smartly laid out and feels bigger than it is. The only decor issue that I have with this is that I wouldn’t paint natural wood – if a person wants white on the walls, then drywall would have been more appropriate.
There is a building concern in that those look like support beams over the window headers, which strikes me as odd despite window headers being strong. The cabin probably won’t sag or collapse in that area but I would have put the beams running the other direction over foundational uprights. It does look it may be out of code and potentially unsafe.
No, the point of a header is to help transfer the load around an opening and on down to the foundation, and the load is there irregardless of which direction the beams are facing. Since it’s mainly only interior walls that may not be load bearing. The beams just span the distance between the walls to support the floor/ceiling.
Besides, there’s windows on the other walls too. So changing the direction of the beams wouldn’t avoid all of them and you’ll need to also rotate the floor and ceiling boards as well for that to work… Running the beams the long way can also mean they’ll need additional support pillars to help span the length, which would intrude on the interior space, or need to be much thicker to be strong enough to span the length…
While drywall is not always a viable option for everyone for various reasons. Painted wood may not be for everyone either, but it will usually retain the appearance of the wood texture and you’ll still know it’s wood, and can be a compromise for those who may otherwise find a cabin just too dark for them… But never going to make everyone happy as there are always trade offs…
Thanks for the explanation on the structural issues James, it makes sense now.
Just have to point out that it says after a long day of sightseeing you can sit on the couch and watch TV. But there’s no TV. I think if you’re glamping you don’t need a TV but why would it say that and then know where is a TV in any picture. I looked really hard can’t find it
Ah… copywriters huh? Sometimes they ain’t the sharpest nails in the box. Sometimes they is just tired and let their minds wander…
Congrats on picking it up. I didn’t. But then I tend to not read the blurbs a whole lot myself.
Nice job. I have one in Scottsdale Arizona that is all on one floor and vacationers love it and pay 2 thousand a week and I have been told I do not charge enough. I hope you are in an area that you can make some good money with vacationers as yours is furnished too and vacation people treat their homes with respect and I have never had any damages much better than long term renters. You worked hard on this and I wish you much success.
Diane….question. How did you get city approval to build small in Scottsdale? I live in Buckeye and have Been chewing on the idea of building small, but can’t get past zoning/ ordinance. Any advice is much appreciated.
Like everything about this place, But it lacks a closet. Where would one put hanging clothes and store other things?
Probably the same place as me. The floor. rg&dfc. 😁
Just throw hanging clothes and other things on the floor and let it be.. Doesn’t sound too neat ,tidy or organized to me.
JFYI… rg&dfc stands for running, grinning and ducking for cover. Aka as a joke. Sigh!
This has got to be one of the nicest tiny homes I have come across. It’s lovely. And whoever designed it, and decorated it did it great service by showing its full potential. Now this is a tiny house I could live with, and in! Just beautiful.
However as usual…., no info in the article as to builder, designer, points, or costs. Grrrrr
I’m beginning to wonder if it’s worth my energy going through the newsletter every time, only to find something that is perfect……, with no information on how to attain it, or the materials, etc
What is up with all the mini fridges? You can’t store much in them, I’ll sacrifice some space in order to have a fridge I can actually do something with and store food in
Well, there isn’t always much choice when space is limited and there are other things that may be needed as well.
Like many aspects of people’s homes, a lot just depends on people’s preferences and what they prioritize, which also has to factor whether there are conflicting priorities that will require a compromise to work out. Especially, when trying to achieve a particular level of mobility and/or minimalism.
However, there’s also the fact that not everyone needs to store a lot to meet their needs or they just have other ways to store food that doesn’t require refrigeration to work or they just have more than one fridge or methods to store food…
Some people can also live in areas where they may have the option to have a root cellar, spring house, or other solution… Or they’re just from an area/culture where it’s the norm to do things like go to the market daily and always have fresh food… Add, there’s also some people who just prefer to eat out…
So there can be many different reasons it works out that way…
I love when I see a house that makes me exhale and relax just looking at it. This is so cozy and beautiful!
I cannot stand how much I love this place. All of it! Nicest tiny home I have ever seen in my life! Bigger porch though. Okay?