You’ve probably seen these little sheds at neighborhood businesses or on tiny house lots. They’re a great place to start if you want to build a home that’s compact, easy to personalize, and contains everything you need in a budget-friendly package.
This shed conversion in Texas measures 32 feet long and 12 feet broad and is presently listed for $34,900. With a total of 384 square feet and a modest covered porch on the front, this home is suitable for a first-time buyer or someone wishing to downsize.
A modest cooking space with a full-sized stove and oven can be found just inside the entryway of this dwelling. While there is no refrigerator included, you can choose how big or small you wish to make your home.
Classic plumbing is included in the bathroom, which has a large vanity and sink, a mirror, a traditional flush toilet, a beautifully tiled shower, and the installation of a stacking washer and dryer.
The main living area has an open floor plan and a large loft for sleeping, or it may be used as a studio-style house with a futon or bed on the main floor.
While the design is simple, it allows for customization. After you’ve purchased it, you may quickly make adjustments and reorganize it to suit your needs. You could put a dining table and chairs, a sofa, a futon, or even just your bed in a wide open living room space with a television on the wall. It’s a place that can serve multiple purposes while yet adhering to the minimalist tiny house aesthetic.
The bathroom sits immediately below the loft space in the back of the house. It provides enough capacity for everything you need, including outlets for charging electronics, whether you’re using it for storing or sleeping.
You’ll also notice a small nook opposite the bathroom that serves as storage or a secluded workspace against the home’s back wall.
Traditional fixtures are few within the bathroom, but there is plenty of wall space for storage, cabinets, or simply your favorite decor. It isn’t a spa, but it is relaxing.
It has a modern style thanks to a wall-mounted mirror and a tiny classical sink with a cabinet below, while preserving the wood walls and flooring of a classic lodge in the woods. Many people prefer traditional plumbing, although this toilet might be changed with a compost or incinerator if desired.
Check out the listing on Tiny House Marketplace.