Beautiful Texas 220-square-foot Victorian cottage with hot tub 

They say everything is bigger in Texas, but this custom-made tiny home with its stunning attention to detail proves that size isn't everything. This Victorian cottage, mere minutes from Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake, offers adventurers surprisingly lush accommodations — including a surprise on the back patio.
According to the listing on Tiny House Vacations, this one-of-a-kind Victorian cottage  was thoughtfully constructed using "period-reclaimed building materials" and the attention to detail elevates the abode to the status of art. Though it only boasts 200 square feet, each inch of this cottage is overflowing with beauty.
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The charming paint job and exquisite scrollwork hark back to the good old days, but don't be fooled by the quaint exterior. As we tour the tiny home, you'll marvel at all the luxurious amenities it offers.
The flooring is all antique wood and complements the paneled walls and vintage stained glass windows, while the high ceilings prevent the space from feeling cramped.
The kitchenette is fitted with an induction cooker, a microwave, a coffee maker, a toaster, a refrigerator, and all the assorted accoutrements needed to prepare your favorite meal. There is also an herb garden in the back patio, allowing you to season your food with the freshest ingredients.
The ladder, which doubles as a bookshelf display case, leads up to the positively palatial sleeping loft.
You can enjoy the view from the top in this inviting king sized bed.
A peaceful soak in this  porcelain bathtub is sure to melt all your stress away.
However, if you prefer, the back patio features a private hot tub with a "babbling fountain" providing ambient noise for the utmost in relaxation.
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This is the ideal weekend getaway for those who want to feel cozy while living large.
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