Texas Hill Country Tiny Homes

Brand new tiny homes in the Texas Hill Country, featuring --

1 bedroom, 1 bath, 399 Square Feet

Central A/C & Heat (2 Ton, 14 Seer) — 10 Year Parts Warranty 

Hardee Plank Panel Exterior 

Expresso Oak Cabinets (Kitchen with built in pantry, Bath & Bedroom) 

Brand New GE Black Appliances (Refrigerator w/Ice maker, Electric Stove, Built-in Microwave, Dishwasher) 

Brand New GE Stackable Washer & Dryer 

China Sink in Bathroom along with a Large 48″ Shower & Elongated High Boy Toilet 

Pocket Doors in Kitchen, Hallway, Bath & Bedroom for Privacy 

20 Gallon Electric Hot Water Heater 

Hall Closet for Extra Storage

Ceiling Fans in Living Room & Bedroom

Hardwood Plank Look Linoleum throughout House 

100 Amp Electric to carry the load & Electric Stove is direct wired to its own circuit 

Phone Jacks & Cable Jacks in Living Room & Bedroom 

Carbon Monoxide & Smoke Detectors throughout & a Fire Extinguisher 

Thermal Pane Windows throughout with 2″ Blinds 

25 Year Roof Shingles

Concrete Stairs, Patio, Garden & Driveway for 2 Cars & Golf Cart or ATV with Lighting all around the Driveway 

Patio Cover that is 18′ Wide by 31′ Long 

Large Garage (18′ Wide by 26′ Long) with a Side Door & with a 10′ by 10′ Garage Door with Auto Garage Door Opener with 2 Remotes & Outside Key Panel

Garage is wired with 4 shop lights & wall outlets all around 

Brand New Patio Furniture included — Dining Table with 6 chairs & 8′ by 12′ Outdoor Rug, 2 Wicker Rocking Chairs with a Side Table 

Over 30 Brand New Colorful Plants & Citrus Trees with Mulch all Around with an Automatic Sprinkler System & a 50′ Garden Hose & Hose Caddie

Some areas are more difficult to get permission and permits for tiny homes and zoning regulations pose more of a challenge than building codes. Many cities and counties have minimum size requirements of 1,000 square feet or more for construction of a new home on its own land. The specific minimum will be determined by your zone. For example, in Manatee County, Florida, new houses in zone R1 must be at least 1500 square feet, but in zones R2 & R3 only 800 square feet. In contrast, in Sarasota County, Florida, there is no minimum house size. Call your local Zoning or Planning Department to find out what the minimum is for your land.

If a tiny home on its own land isn't possible, explore building your tiny house as an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) or granny flat in the backyard of an existing home. Here's a handy guide on How to Build a Tiny House (ADU), written by The United Way in Brevard, NC. While the information is specific to Brevard, much of it would also be applicable to other states. Be sure to check zoning in your neighborhood as only some areas allow ADUs.

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