3 Story Tiny House

Check Out This 3 Story Tiny House

You’ll want to take a look inside this cozy 3 Story Tiny Hous located in Fredericksburg, Texas, United States. The treehouse can accommodate up to 2 guests with one bedroom and one bath, during your vacation stay you’ll have the entire home to yourself. The Acorn is the newest treehouse, it is cozy with 300 square feet of space in a dynamic, fun, and artistic design. You’ll enter from a sweeping helical staircase past the patio and outdoor bathtub which is enclosed on three sides for privacy. Inside you’ll find a fully functional kitchenette, stylish decor, a king-sized bed under a vaulted ceiling. The bathroom has a glass rain shower that looks out to the bedroom and the trees beyond. You’ll ascend further to the rooftop stargazing patio and relax in the daybed or swinging chair by the clay fire pit.

Another thing to note at the cabin building is that there are lots of stairs. The floor level is 10 feet above the ground. Sleeping arrangements include one bedroom with a king-sized bed, amenities include a kitchen, wifi, free parking on premises, a hot tub, air conditioning, patio or balcony, backyard, hairdryer, refrigerator, and microwave.

In the area, you will find plenty to see and do from outdoor excursions to shopping. For a small town, Fredericksburg has a surprisingly large number of things to enjoy. Whether you want to explore the great beauty of the Texas Hill Country or find the perfect gift in a Main Street boutique, Fredericksburg has more fun than you have on a vacation.

Wildflowers continue to flourish across the Texas Hill Country. You’ll find purple tansy, red poppies, ox-eyed daisies, and wine cup flowers blooming, and can be viewed on roadside fields and at Wildseed Farms. The 2021 bluebonnet season is coming to a close but Wildseed Farms predicts other varieties of flowers will begin blooming after the late-April rain showers.

A place to see the wildflowers. The arrival and location of wildflowers are not always an exact science. Weather as well as other factors play a part in when and where the wildflowers will pop up each spring. One place to see the flowers is at the Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park. This 10-plus acres of natural landscape can be enjoyed from a one-mile walking trail along Live Oak Creek. There is a handicap-accessible trail that is about 500 feet in length connecting the bird feeding area and the butterfly habitat continues along the Vista Loop Trail. The diversity of habitats includes lakes, riparian woodland, post-oak savanna, and short grass meadows. A trail guide is available at the park office. No admission fee.

It’s no wonder people flock to the Texas Hill Country. You’ll find rolling hills, colorful wildflowers, and winding country roads are enough to make anyone want to commune with nature. If you are looking for more to do, visit the Fredericksburg area which has everything from bats (and millions of them) to 300 species of birds. Hike or rock climb Enchanted Rock, and go bicycling and horseback riding.

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