GALVESTON, Texas – This charming two-bedroom, one-bathroom abode sits on a small lot in Galveston’s Delaney Heights neighborhood. Built in 2021, the little white and blue shotgun-style house combines local architectural features with gorgeous vintage and vintage-inspired décor.
“High design meets functionality in this tiny home,” the listing boasts.
Designed by Plum Construction, the home’s interior is an eclectic mix of midcentury modern and vintage styles and boasts a pink, green and dark blue color scheme. The $470,000 listing price for the 680-square-foot home includes the furnishings.
The heart of the home, the central living space which includes a kitchen and a sitting area, reps custom cabinetry and paneling, retro-inspired appliances, an entertainment system and an accent wall, as well as an assemblage of gorgeous furnishings.
Two bedrooms – one with a queen bed and another with a twin-size trundle bed – and the bathroom flank a light pink hallway adorned with glowing Murano Glass sconces. The door at the end of the hall opens onto a beautifully-decorated balcony.
Below the home is a covered outdoor recreational space with several sitting areas and a table.
As for its durability, the listing states that “with a standing seam metal roof, high impact windows/ doors, the exceptional construction of this tiny home is engineered to exceed windstorm building codes.”
The home, located at 1216 32nd Street, is minutes away from the Strand and the Seawall.
The listing is represented by Jennifer Delaney of Nan and Company Properties, an affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate. For more information on the listing, click here or call (832) 677-0025.