Village Farm in Austin, Texas, centered around an organic farm, will offer two 399-square-foot models from Wheelhaus.
Courtesy Wheelhaus The Lola

Modular builder Wheelhaus has announced its partnership with Village Farm, a new tiny home community in east Austin, Texas centered around an organic farm.

Wheelhaus’ Lola and Zoe models, inspired by western contemporary and mountain modern design, will be available. Designed with space management and durability in mind, the 399-square-foot tiny homes include high ceilings, bedrooms that accommodate a king bed, timber frame roof systems, and outdoor deck space.

The Lola’s trapezoidal windows are designed to fill the home with natural light while preserving privacy, while the Zoe includes a unique five-foot loft that can serve as an additional bedroom. Both models include wood floors, showers with glass doors and tile floors, and high-end fixtures, windows, and cabinets.

Village Farm features a total of 154 home sites, an outdoor amphitheater, general store, fitness center, and pool. Homes offered at the community average 399 square feet and range from $69,995 to $140,000 plus a $600 monthly lot rental. The “agrihood” includes Green Gate Farms, a certified organic farm started in 2006, and amenities such as cooking classes, community gardens, collaborative work spaces, a dog park, and gathering areas.

Phase One of Village Farm is complete, delivering 42 home sites and six tiny home models for touring. Phase Two will add an additional 112 sites.