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24ft Mary’s Peak Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Mountain Houses


This is the 24ft Mary’s Peak Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Mountain Houses out of Sacramento, California.

It features two lofts, a living area, full kitchen, and a large bathroom with storage.

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Mary’s Peak Tiny House on Wheels with Dual Lofts, Full Kitchen, Living Area, & Large Bathroom

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Video Tour: The Mary’s Peak Tiny Home on Wheels

Highlights

  • 24ft
  • 333 sq. ft.
  • 201 sq. ft. on main floor
  • 67 sq. ft. king loft + 65 sq. ft. twin loft
  • Sleeps 4-8
  • $68,150

Learn more: https://www.tinymountainhouses.com/models/marys-peak/

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  • Avatar JoLene

    Great THOW! This one will be added to my favorites. This home looks so inviting. The large windows and storage for the ladder, nice kitchen , and huge bathroom are perfect. Thank you for sharing.

  • Avatar BArb

    LOVE THE OUTSIDE . LOVED the Spacious view inside. Just don’t like ladders. Like the colors outside. With metal roof and metal siding I would think , it would be loud when it did rain. But nicely done all in all.

  • Avatar D. Pedersen

    They need to change the light to a warm hue. The ones installed are too sterile.

    • Avatar Eric

      I disagree with you on this. Here’s why… historically (here in NZ anyway) all that was available was warm white… i.e. a reddish white, because that is what happens with filaments in a light bulb. Yes it “was” possible to get a cool white… if you were prepared to pay the extortionate price for them. Along came CFL bulbs in the 90’s and more of the same. Then suddenly you were able to buy cool white CFL’s… but again… for a price. I ended up getting one as a freebie at a home show. Was unaware that it was a cool bulb and only found out when I put it into a chandelier that holds 5 bulbs after one blew. Wow, the difference… even my youngest son at 22 yrs of age was impressed.

      2 years ago I switched out standard PAR38 Halogen bulbs for LED’s fitted flush with the ceiling in the lounge. Also bought 5 bulbs for the chandelier in the dining room. All are cool white and everybody comments about how much easier it is to see things because… surprise, surprise… it is like daylight.

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