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Family’s 34′ Red Mountain Tiny Home by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes

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This is the Red Mountain 34′ Tiny House by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes. I love it because of the whimsical, rustic look and feel. I find it to be one of my favorite styles because it looks and feels like a true cabin to me. And the more historic and reclaimed materials used, the better.

Anyway, do you like it? How about the rounded front door? It was custom-built for a family, and similar build would cost approximately $105,000. It seems to have a fold-down deck, too. And it all sits on a sturdy triple-axle trailer. Personally, I wouldn’t really move it around very often unless I needed to.

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Red Mountain 34′ Tiny House by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes

How do you like the rounded front door? Makes it feel fairytale like doesn’t it?


And yes, there’s even an office in here with printer and all! How cool is that? Would LOVE getting my work done in a place like this every morning.


Wow, look at the lighting on the loft.


Perfect spot to stargaze.


There’s another loft, too.


Have a look at that classic fireplace!


This tiny house was completely custom-built for a family for about $105,000.


The design/build even includes a fold-down deck outside, and look at this built-in bookshelf nook in the staircase to the loft. Pretty cool! Tiny homes can be sneaky like that with the storage.


Is this a kid’s room?


This tiny house really has it all, and it’s built on a triple-axle trailer. Super-sturdy.


The kitchen has loads of clever storage.


Open-shelving in a kitchen might not be your favorite thing to look at (personally, it doesn’t bother me), but it sure is utilitarian. No need to swing open doors!


So if you’re really active in the kitchen, maybe open-shelving is the way to go? Ever thought of that?


This one has a stacking washer and dryer. And the bathroom is so awesome, with a classic tub!


How cool is that sink, too? And yes, by the way, a standard flush toilet here.


The modern ceiling fan with lighting adds a very nice touch.


Arm rest plus storage. Only in a tiny house!


Happy customers 🙂


  • 34 ft. bumper pull chassis
  • Largest tiny built by Rocky Mountain
  • Rusty corrugated wainscot, barn wood board and batt, and cedar shake exterior
  • Fold-down porch with Trex Transcend decking
  • King-size bed in master L-shaped loft
  • Gas stove
  • Bookcase ladder
  • Secret kids hide-out
  • Beetle Kill tabletop with 16″ folding leaf
  • Seats 4
  • Closets with chalkboard panels
  • Tile countertop
  • 24″ gas range
  • Stainless steel vent hood
  • Clawfoot tub
  • Vintage faucet
  • Flush toilet
  • 14,000 lbs.
  • Similar build cost: $105,000
  • Most time-consuming build
  • Read blog for more details

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  • Bigfoot
    November 22, 2016, 6:16 pm

    Wow! Some serious eye candy with this one. Expensive, yeah, but hey, they built it to their customers specs & what a fabulous job they did. Very nice craftsmanship & a hat tip to Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses. Great job !

  • Lisa E.
    November 22, 2016, 7:24 pm

    I agree with Bigfoot. Nice digs!

  • Susanne
    November 22, 2016, 11:38 pm

    I think at that price a person would need to think twice before going that small…

    • Natalie
      November 23, 2016, 7:31 am

      I think that regardless of how much money folks have, if they’d be more fulfilled in a smaller space, that’s awesome 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

    • Michael L
      November 23, 2016, 8:44 am

      It sounds like you’re implying people wouldn’t plan for what they actually need, have a real desire for tiny house living, design carefully, and consider costs in detail before proceeding? “… Think twice,” that’s a rather condescending comment!

      • oxide
        November 23, 2016, 10:32 am

        Judging from the amount of clutter in the house, IMO this family probably needs a larger home, especially since they had $100K+ to throw down. By larger, I mean ~600 sq ft, enough room for two small bedrooms and some proper closets. And bookcases so they aren’t kicking books when they go up the ladder.

        • Nancy
          December 6, 2016, 8:21 am

          That is what I first noticed too, Oxide!

        • Michaela
          February 11, 2020, 8:50 pm

          I don’t see this tiny home being cluttered. It’s great to see a family is living there. Very nice cozy home.

  • Lise Gervais
    November 22, 2016, 11:53 pm

    I like this home. It has enough space to not feel like your living in a suitcase. I find a lot of tiny houses are so small that you have to be a contortionist to live in them.
    But this one is amazing and the price could be less than it is if some things were different.

    Good home.

    • Mame
      December 6, 2016, 3:56 pm

      Anything ‘can be’ cheaper if done differently, but a lot of the charm of this beauty is in the amazing amount of custom work done, and that is always labour intensive — skilled labour is never cheap. I love the finishes and it doesn’t look like a box! If one can do all the interior themselves than, sure, it would be a lot cheaper; not all of us are so talented. I really love this one. 🙂

  • Gabriella
    November 23, 2016, 9:11 am

    Perfect! Great Works, for Excellent Results!

  • Susanne
    November 23, 2016, 11:45 am

    I was not tryin to be rude but tactfully say that at that price one could go larger….
    In the past we have seen on this site the issue of people not planning well (some anyway) not looking ahead-such as ” what happens if we want to have children?” Etc… Like anything else needs detailed planning indeed.
    I agree Natalie if someone wants to go that small fine-
    I am saying ” wow, it’s WAY overpriced for a Tiny Home!!!”

    • shawn
      February 12, 2020, 5:31 am

      you are rude if you look at how everything is done it price is right

  • Louise
    November 23, 2016, 2:03 pm

    Whoa, now this is a very liveable tiny home, spacious and attractive

    November 24, 2016, 9:28 am

    A beautiful tiny palace…! And more than a home I’m sure for this family….! But maybe just a little over priced buy about 25 K …! Not a lot but just enough for others with large families looking to down size and get into a tiny house of their own and yet still be able to afford to….!

  • Sandi B
    December 2, 2016, 12:59 am

    Yes, this is a very nice build and since I am going minimally 36 ft., but maybe 40′, I appreciate being able to see what has been done with one this size. This gives a much better perspective as to what the finished space can actually look like. I like the way the lofts were done and it is the first time I have seen that area by the door done as a home office — I really, really like that concept in this design, which looks like a stretched out Tumbleweed plan.

    I still have a hard time with the price tag. I just do not see why it needs to cost so much, especially when I have talked to park model companies who have told me they will frame in the unit for me for about $10,000. By frame in I mean, of course, walls, windows, roof, loft floors, main door, electrical and basic plumbing — perhaps the stairs to the loft as well, and needless to say, putting on the outside finishing. I would complete the inside as I have definite ideas as to what I want and I think it would be helpful to be able to camp out in it for a while with tape markings on the floor where one wants walls etc . to go. That way, you can make sure that what you think will work space wise actually will, or if you need to make some changes — then the final framing, insulating, finished flooring and all can be completed as one can afford to do so.

    However I am not taking away from the great job they did on this build — I do really like it and how they worked the floor plan — very liveable. Thanks for sharing with us.

    • Dyane
      November 23, 2017, 7:38 pm

      Sandi, Where did you find a park model company that would frame your tiny house for $10,000.00? This is exactly what I would love to find. I don’t care if mine is mobile, so I wouldn’t need the wheels and platform.

      • Sandi B
        November 25, 2017, 10:23 pm

        Dyane — I talked to an outfit in Arizona. All they do is custom build park model homes and will work with you and your budget. Because I want to finish mine inside myself they quoted me on building the shell. I will insulate etc., except for the roof, I want them to finish that. I have to look for the number and the fellows name that I talked to. I just want the frame done as I have specific things I want and the kitchen cupboards etc. are Ikea and no one wants to put them in even if I have them delivered – I want to use a Separett composting toilet and then the loft to be bigger than most as well as the kitchen. I am still debating if I want a regular roof over the living area or I want a deck. If you use their trailer you can have a taller loft. I have a travel trailer I want to tear down and use that trailer, though I might go with their trailer and use mine for an outside deck and storage building.

        I will see if I can find the information and will post it here, or perhaps Alex would forward your information to me and we can talk directly.

  • Eva
    December 6, 2016, 11:56 am

    Love this! Doesn’t look cluttered to me. Looks cozy. You can spend $100,000 and have something bigger and cheaper or you can take that money and have every single thing you’ve ever wanted. Should you build bigger because thou have the money or should you build cheaper to save money? At my stage in life I’ m with this lady – live in the home of your dreams.

  • Claude
    January 18, 2017, 11:19 am

    Wow this is some TINY house, love the size, still not too heavy for moving with a 350 diesel.
    I would move the pillows on the other side of the bed, having a skylight in the face not my idea and cleanout the stairs. Building this size yourself, without the appliances, you can save 50% of the building costs.

  • Michael L
    November 24, 2017, 1:52 am

    Rather pricey compared to similar size homes we’ve seen.

  • Kevin
    April 9, 2018, 9:28 pm

    Hmmm kinda missing the point, ehh? Some people prefer to embellish on the “little” things, and still live the tiny life. We are not interested in living large. Even if it might seem to someone that 600 SF is small, to some of us even 400 SF is too large. Why not embellish in the beauty of the life that we cherish, rather than the one that others might have in mind for us or themselves? The tiny life is personal, intimate. It is not about suburban tract development.

  • krausdogs
    December 12, 2018, 3:03 pm

    The perfect answer to “why not just buy an RV?” This is why! Nothing about this beauty looks like an RV, it looks like a small home. These RMTH builders are something else.

  • Eric H
    February 11, 2020, 2:50 pm

    LOVE the exterior! But the the kitchen’s a lil small for my taste. Other than that, it’s beautiful. And for those that complain about ther clutter and that for the cost they should have gone bigger, what you see is LIVING. Whether tiny or standard, minimalist or hoarder, you will acquire stuff. That’s living life.

  • Richard Scott
    February 15, 2020, 8:01 pm

    I call horsehockey on the 14,000 pound weight. My 20×8 THOW was 11,800 without anything extra in it. I added a combo W/D, refrige (Apt. size) and a nature’s head composting toilet. With the addition of clothes, small furniture and the split AC/Heat inverter unit I was up to 12,000 lbs. (Actual scale weight). That TH might weigh 14,000 but that was before all of the extras and personal items.

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