Fredericksburg’s Iconic Tiny Houses

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Tony Maples Photography


This tiny house was built for Lizzie Lange, a widow, in 1933. Water came from the windmill operated well, indoor plumbing was limited to a cold water sink, cooking was on a wood fired stove, and there was an outhouse in the back yard.

The house is 20 x 20 feet, only 400 square feet! The deck was added after it was turned into a B&B.  In the 1950s and ’60s, there were five children raised in this house on Barons Creek.


Fredericksburg Tiny House

Photo:  Robert C. Deming

This house was a wedding gift to a young couple. They never had children and lived there the rest of their lives.

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