The Tiny Texas Worker House is pure salvaged perfection. Built entirely of antique pine, the front porch is supported by 125-yr old cedar posts from a Texas cotton gin and the interior loft sits on beams from an 1880s Texas farmhouse.
The best part? The house will be given away to one lucky winner in the 1st Tiny Texas Houses Essay Contest. Read on for details!
Architectural salvage dealer Brad Kittle’s Tiny Texas Houses harken to a bygone era, each uniquely built using salvaged lumber and materials. They come fully equipped for modern living with wiring for electricity and full plumbing, including a shower, toilet and a sleeping loft.
To spread the word about salvage building as a viable and sustainable alternative, Brad is having the 1st Tiny Texas Houses Essay Contest. To enter the contest, each participant needs to submit a 300-word essay explaining how a tiny house could change your life along with a $50 entry fee. The grand prize is Brad’s latest creation, the Tiny Texas Worker House, valued at $38,000.
Visit the Tiny Texas House website to enter the contest!
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