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Tiny Texas Houses Presents: “The Rancher”

The Rancher is another one of standard designs. This house has been featured all over the place. The location is to die for and this house just makes it that much more of a picture perfect setting. Sorry, we are still looking for old photos of the interior....

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Tiny Texas Houses Presents: “The Painted Lady”

The Painted Lady is one of our more luxurious and intricately designed houses. You may have seen photos of her before, as she is quite the celebrity and one of our “Star children.” We customized the kitchen, made the cutting boards and everything! : ) Learn more about the Painted Lady Tiny Victorian House!...

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Tiny Texas Houses Presents: “The Canyon Lake Cottage”

This beautiful little Ginger Bread house is being used as a bed and breakfast in Canyon Lake, Texas. You should go give her a nights stay and experience the luxury. Note the large jacuzzi bath : )...

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Tiny Texas Houses Presents: “The Cowboy Cabin”

The Cowboy Cottage is one of our personal AND fan favorite designs. Notice the wall shelving and impeccable use of space. The owners where gracious enough to send photos after the cowboy cabin had been “nested.” What a beauty! We have 3D Model Plans available for the Cowboy Cabin now in our online store. Go ...

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Tiny Texas Houses Presents: “The Bee Caves House”

Another one of our older, initial designs. The Bee Cave House is in the top of the tiniest houses we have built so far. She is being used as a guest cottage on a beautiful remote piece of property!...

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