Texas Tiny Homes custom designs construction plans for clients all over the country and this new one was designed for a couple down in the Texas Hill Country. The home will sit behind their main home and pool, and was designed as a backyard gym with an attached guest quarters. It will also serve as their pool, cabana house. This new Texas Hill Country style house plans has approximately 1640 square feet under roof; including the air-conditioned footage and the really large, wrap around covered porch.
Construction plans for this home will soon be available in our online store!
Texas Tiny Homes founder, Bryan David Smith has been designing and building new luxury homes since 1977, and over the decades pioneered many of the features and amenities found in new homes today. His luxury home building company, Bryan Smith Homes showcases some of his work in the online portfolio.
When you hire Texas Tiny Homes to design and possibly build your new home you are getting one of the few plan designers in the country that also builds world class homes. There are lots of folks in this line of work, but you will be hard pressed to find anyone in the business with more experience at designing and building new luxury homes that’s been in business longer, and that’s more creative and hands on, and who charges less than what we do, and that’s a promise.
Texas Tiny Homes – Plan 1058 Pre-production Progress. As I continue the preliminary plan production on this plan, which is being designed for an Austin couple, it’s been a series of adjustments and tweaks to get the roof lines worked out with the wrap around porch. I create 2D renderings before handing the floor plan and final elevations off to one of our skilled draftsman who then build the plan in their 3D architectural software.
Every great home first requires a great set of construction plans. With this plan, I came up with three options for the side elevation. The first image above (Option 3) was the 1st one I did, but decided I wasn’t happy with it for multiple reasons. So I created (Option 1) was done in effort to create two separate roofs something option 3 didn’t have. To achieve the two separate roofs, the front wall height had to be raised up 2′ to provide enough exterior wall height to have two roofs, which would then provide a nice roof line across the front of the home that you are not seeing yet. I left the rear of the home with a 10′ exterior wall in option 1, creating two roof pitches on the main roof. I don’t have a problem with the two different roof pitches but the clients might, so I created option 2 below.
Option 2 features 12′ high walls throughout the home and it provides the same roof pitch on the main part of the home as well as a clean roof line across the front of the home. It will cost a little more to build than option 1 and option 3 due to it being a taller home but the additional expense will mainly be with the additional materials required.
A new modified version of Plan 448, our most popular selling plan, is now in production and is getting a real staircase for the loft, and the ceiling in the loft is no longer like an “A Frame” room. No more scrunching, leaning over or ducking while in the large loft, or climbing a ladder.
This new modified version shifts the front of the home to what was the left side of the home on the original plan and will now included a cantilevered, boxed out window seat with built- in book cases in the boxed out seat area.
The new plan will have a farmhouse style elevation with painted white (or any color you choose) with a metal roof and stained front door. The plan can be built on piers and shown above, or on a slab foundation.
Plan 448 has just been expanded in height by two feet, providing a much more efficient loft, from a width and height aspect. The new plan will be available in the online store in the next few days and is replacing the original version, which has been our most popular selling plan to date.
The new version will remain the crazy, low price of $15.00.