This Bathroom layout is huge and allows for a washer/dryer box later if you want one too.
Here is a mega gallery of pictures that include the most difficult delivery we ever made. This took us down a driveway very narrow, through the trees and round two 90 degree corners, such that we had to use the crane and lift both house and trailer three times just to get to the lift off point.
Then up into the air we went, over 30′ high, over trees and down into the hole where it came to rest at last. What a spot, what a view, and wow, oh wow.
Bar style kitchen has worked well though it does not have a stove and oven, they did not want the guests to stay that long.
Fluffy clouds around the tub from the prettiest shower curtain yet in a Tiny Texas House bathroom
Right side with the gate they were also fond of and preferred we not push against.
left side of the entry with rock columns they preferred we did not hit.
Now not so big, in fact down right tight.
Here is where the action started though it looked like a big hole at this point.
Cute loft to sleep two of the possible 6 people it will hold that is.
This 12′ x 30′ house was lifted up to the highest heights of any house we have ever delivered so far.
Ever seen a giant Tiny Texas House fly? Certainly not this high.
Up, up, and away, but only after two more times of picking up the trailer and house to get around 90 degree corners.
Thankfully we had an adjustment that could handle the job.
So what do we do? Make a little adjustment, trailer and house at the same time.
See how it does not bend or break in the middle.
Does that look high enough? Before we were done, it was over 30′ up in the air.
Now we just have to land , preferably slowly and in the right spot.
So we have to pull it down out of the sky because I think it liked to fly.
Getting a feel for it now. I am below to catch it just in case it slips.
Over tree and into the woods, to grandmother’s house we go.
Pull Tim, Pull… it only weighs 20,000 lbs.
Boy this is fun, now if we can fit it to match the foundation he built for it. Would have been nice to have the piers in the right places.
Sometimes you just have to be pushy, but the house took it pretty well.
This is a great shot of the front door set, and no, they did not go together originally.
How could you not want to sit on this porch? It was made with a calling.
Here you can see the bathtub open and imagine lounging for a while.
The path up to the other bedroom, with a privacy railing for the romantic but not exhibitionistic.
Another view of the kitchen with the windows to the trees.
Lots of light and comfort and a reason to lay down comes easy. Nap time.
The upper bedroom calls to the kids and you know they’ll love this nest.
Don’t you think that could hold more? Still it looks good just for guests.
Inviting is a good word to describe this porch, indeed.
Through the woods there is a porch that calls me to relax.
Upon this porch I meditate and do not leave too fast.
This is a siding that looks good and will age a grey in time.
There was not way to get it in except to use a crane, and then it look like it had been here long before the trees.
Here is one of the views from the porch, so when you did leave you had something great to do.
This is the only sideways Murphy bed I have designed but it will really open the room up when it tucks away.
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