One look at this "Little House Community In Texas Reborn" makes you feel like you've gone back in time. These tiny houses are in Fredericksburg, Texas. The tiny cottages were initially where German settlers who were typically given two sections of land to include a small plot in town, and a larger spread in the countryside to farm, would spend time when they stayed in town.
When these German pioneers spent their week working their piece of land, they would then travel into town to attend church and social functions. The families would need a place to stay for a while when they were in town, before heading back to their homesteads. This is where the Sunday House tradition began in Central Texas. These small houses had just one or two rooms with a small cookstove and only essential furnishings, perfect for a night or two. The style of the tiny houses is unique to this area of Texas, though similar structures were common in Connecticut and Pennsylvania Dutch country. Visitors can see examples of these tiny houses throughout Fredericksburg, and you can even stay in one at the Fredericksburg Herb Farm. Recent renovations to the complex include fourteen new guest cottages in the Sunday tiny house style.
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Have you ever stayed in a tiny house. You may have stayed in a log cabin or tiny house while you were on vacation. It seems these days that the tiny house gems are popping up all over the place, from the internet, to tiny house vacations, television shows and magazine articles. It looks as though tiny houses are here to stay, and quite honestly they have been around for longer than we realize. Did you know tiny houses have been around for thousands of years? From traditional teepees, yurts or ger nomadic homes, tiny log cabins, beach shacks or cob cottages, people from around the world have been living in tiny houses since the beginning of time. We just didn't always call them tiny houses. With that said today more than ever you can find a wide variety of tiny house designs, styles, plans and sizes, from rustic to modern, to tiny houses on wheels and available in prefab modules, there have never been as many tiny house choices than there are today, and that's good news. Good news because it means that home ownership is possible no matter what your income is, with so many tiny houses out there, hopefully it means that one day everyone will have a home.