Scott Stewart is a typical Arkansan: friendly and laid back and willing to sit a spell and chat. He still lives in the small town of Mountain View, where he was raised. So you might be surprised to find that he’s one of the most recognizable names in the “Tiny House Movement,” unless you’re already a tiny house fan.
Scott’s homegrown company, Slabtown Customs, has been building and delivering tiny homes for over a decade, since before they were cool. He designs custom homes with individual clients, and then builds them on the site of a former lumber mill owned by his family. He started doing it, and keeps doing it, because he loves it. In the last several years, his company has averaged about 12 homes built per year. Wow.
Thankfully he also loves talking about building and designing tiny homes. So I invited myself to Mountain View for a visit and peek at his latest projects.
I fell in love with “The Dubber,” named after Scott’s Dad. It’s an 8′ by 24′ cottage that’s almost ready for delivery… at a price tag of only $27,000, including all appliances!
Slabtown builds it’s own custom cabinetry for each house, complete with shelves and storage that utilize all of the micro-space.
Amenities include a full-sized refrigerator, butcher block counters, a natural wood interior, durable laminate flooring, and washer/dryer combo unit.