Here's a Texan tiny home that's constructed from reclaimed wood. Just 184 square feet, this one runs contrary to the meme that everything is bigger in Texas.
On the market for $50,000, the price per square foot may seem a little steep, but it does bring the reclaimed charm. For more photos, including a shot of the...uhm...rustic bathtub, visit Tiny House Listings.
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