Hello all! It’s good to be writing some news again. It’s been a little while, I know, but it’s hard to get to writing when there are so many homes to be built! Since my last post we have finished our first Big Cube and three more are under construction. We have been working hard to keep up with everything. Tiny Timber houses are the hotcakes of homes apparently. Subsequently we have brought on board an electrician and a plumber as partners in our company. We now have the capability of building a home from start to finish all with our own people. Sub-contractors? Who needs ‘em!
Here are a few images of the Cube that we have recently completed. Out of respect for our client’s privacy, I have omitted photos showing most of the interior. She needed to hastily move into her new home and situate her belongings in the house after construction was finished. Take a look!
There are a couple of features we are very excited to show. The first being the recessed LED lighting in the cross beams as you can see above. We feel that this really adds some class and a nice ambiance to the space. The second being the floating tread, cherry staircase that we installed. This will from here on be the standard for the staircases that we build. As with many of our construction details, we weren’t keen on doing the traditional method of construction so we decided to do something a little different and make a unique looking style of stairs with our own Tiny Timber flair.
A couple images of the exterior:
Sadly, I was not fortunate enough to spend any time in that hammock with a cold beverage but life goes on. In the image to the right you can see the long driveway that we needed to build leading to the home. We had to set the house far back on the property to avoid the wetland at the front. The road across the street is named “Shudaben Road.” So our client decided to unofficially name here driveway “Isa Road.” This is the kind of humor that we appreciate here at Tiny Timber. I very much hope she makes her own sign to stake at the end of her drive.
In other news, we are very close to releasing a full site plan for Varna Tiny Timber! We have finally received approval from New York State for the Home Owners Association. We have everything in place to move forward. We are in the process of working out the final details of the project before we list the lots and publicize. We want to have a fully comprehensive plan for which models we will use for the pocket community and which models we will place on which lots. Our intent is to create a site plan with a diversity of models. We want to incorporate models with varying numbers of bedrooms, sizes, and styles. Here is a rough sketch of what the community will look like upon completion.
You may notice that there are some unfamiliar roof lines in this rendering. This is because we are also on the verge of releasing seven or so new models and floor plans! Many of these models are designed with Varna Tiny Timber specifically in mind. Buzz continues to think up new models and expand our library. He’s insistent on keeping our friends at STREAM busy! We are continually evolving and responding to the needs of home buyers and creating homes that will fit these needs. Here is a sneak peek at the models that we will be releasing on the website soon:
It’s worth mentioning that two of these models are already listed on lots on Hector Street in the City of Ithaca. You can find these listings HERE.
Lastly, I wanted to let everyone know that we will be participating in the Green Buildings Open House organized by the Cooperative Extension on September 30th. We are excited to offer our support in raising awareness about the importance of green building. Please check it out. They will be releasing details about the homes that will be included in the tour soon. Hope to see you there!