While only a 12′ x 28′ house, it had a huge interior cubic footage.
The massive Tiny Texas Extreme Gambrel from our first year at building Tiny Texas Houses
Here is a very old blast from the past that had more space inside than any other house with this size footprint.
It had so many features it will take a slew of pictures to show you them all.
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Here is a series of great pictures of a great house, but early and with room for improvements which we have since made.
Full front porch to sit on but I like more slope. In a heavy rain, it took water behind the porch roof.
This is more common in the Northeast but rare in Texas.
That is the loft over the master bedroom. No, they did not want a railing and yes it would be spooky for some people.
This is a nice bathroom and not very big, but had a tub that fit just right.
Cute window and mirror but we tend to do cabinets below the sink now.
Talk about sexy bathroom doors. This was the ladder that Lee built that spurred me into designing some of the nicest storage ladders I have ever built.
Here is a view of the kitchen and bath with everything you could want in full size appliances in the kitchen.
Double door fridge, regular stove oven, big Microwave, high back sink, and till room for two to make dinner.
Nice view of the sink and the shelf used for the microwave.
This is the loft over the kitchen and bath, with two twin beds above.
The view from one loft to another with the big fan to move the air.
Great view from the loft down below to the kitchen showing two people in there.
That looks like a nice space, at least for the sort of cooking I would do, but micro would leave.
View back from the other loft, this one over the master bedroom below.
Here is a view from above to bedroom door which has a queen size bed.
Actually still has a living room, big enough for 6 people, the size of the family to watch TV
Master bedroom was big enough for a wardrobe and storage below the bed.
Admittedly, this was still alot to cram into a small house, but for a 12′ x 28′ house, it really was amazing.