Just Park It - Takeover Texas! - Tiny House Blog
November 7, 2017

Just Park It – Takeover Texas!

The Try It Tiny team has been traveling around Texas for the last couple of weeks and has a result, has some awesome new tiny house parking options to share.

Our Texas tiny house listings have grown significantly over the last few weeks, so we wanted to share a brief update.

Meet Joy, In Silver Spur (Austin, TX)

Joy has about an acre with easy access to all of the major interstates. Guests here enjoy a caring, flexible and easy-going host. The backyard space feels like a complete retreat even though you’re in Austin.

Joy & Maggie (from Try It Tiny) visiting in Austin, TX on Joy’s property.

Rafter G Ranch – Enjoy the serenity, with Sunny and Nick!

With over 60 sprawling acres of farmland, multiple ponds, hand crafted log homes and more – tiny houses can park in peace here. Sunny is a loving, warm-welcoming woman who has spent the last couple decades on the property. Guests can enjoy horses, donkeys and more. This truly is a gem and a must-see for anyone in the area.

McDade, TX – Meet Aaron

Aaron and his DIY tiny home sit on multiple acres of gorgeous land. Aaron has goats, chickens, ducks, rabbits and more. He is a super outgoing, funny Host! He is working to develop a community for tiny housers but the property already has multiple full-hookup parking spots available for rent.

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Patricia Neagu - November 9, 2017 Reply

There is such a great demand to buy land to put a tiny house on. However the real estate industry is still holding on to restrictions for homes, in areas close to lakes and recreational actives. Why so many restrictions for tiny homes in rural areas. At one time, here in the state of Texas, a family could buy land for weekend retreats. Land for small cabins (today called a Tiny House). Only 1% of a rural area population, can afford to buy a lot for 10,000 and build a 200,000 sq ft house. The land restrictions are too discriminating. A whole market of people are totally being disregarded.

    Becky Coburn - December 20, 2017 Reply

    Patricia I agree 100%, You might look into the container home idea, these incredible containers can faces wind, rain, salt, typhoons, extreme weight, dropping and bumping for years, and can still be a sustainable home. I have a few for sale in Texas that are guaranteed to have NO holes, NO leaks, NO penetrating rust, the doors & locks are all in good working order, and the floors are solid. These containers have not transported any chemicals so are safe for human habitation. If you would like to know more about them call me at 281-259-8550 or email me at beckycoburn@gmail.com
    Happy Homesteading!
    Becky Marie~

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