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Gorgeous Tiny House with Arches & First Floor Bedroom

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This is a gorgeous new luxury tiny house for sale in Portland, Oregon. It features a cozy private bedroom which you enter through a beautiful arched doorway. The finishes inside are all “modern farmhouse,” or a blend of black and white with wood accents.

The full kitchen has shaker-style cabinets, and the bathroom includes a walk-in glass-and-tile shower stall. An electric fireplace acts as the focal point of the tiny home and keeps things cozy! You can purchase this model for $110K.

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330 sq. ft. Luxury Tiny House in Portland, Oregon

You walk in the front door to a cozy living room.

The kitchen is a blend of cabinets and open shelving.

The beautiful fireplace! Love the little arch cut-out.

Peeking through the arch door.

There’s a TV in the bedroom for movie night.

I like the sconces in here.

There’s a bench on the left for eating.

There is a loft for storage above the bathroom.

The large storage armoire is handy.

The muted brass faucet is beautiful.

It’s always nice to have an oven for baking.

The backsplash is beautifully reflective.

Here’s the electric fireplace.

A mini-split keeps the place comfortable.

What a beautiful vanity they chose!

A nice large showerhead!

It’s all beautifully tiled.

Here’s a sleek flush toilet.

A modern black front door welcomes you in.

Could you live here?


  • Portland, Oregon
  • $110K
  • Easy to move and relocate
  • Larger mini-split
  • Upgraded insulation (R-15 and R-19)
  • Dimmers on light switches
  • Washer/dryer ready
  • Double pane windows
  • LED Samsung TV (with a retractable swivel mount)
  • Insulated trailer (with galvanized undercarriage)
  • Trailer jacks
  • 50 amp electrical panel (also 30 amp conversion ready)
  • Unit weight: approx. 16,000 lbs

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Donna Rae
    July 28, 2023, 12:45 pm

    This Tiny House is gorgeous! Love the white with light wood! The arched doorway along with the arched niche, small table, mirror and even the curves in the bench are just so pleasing and nice to see that attention to details! Love the backsplash and so nice to have that oven for baking and roasting. Hurray for mini splits! So beautifully done so kudos to the designers and builders. There are some details that, even though considered desirable by many, are not what I would choose. The fireplace, for example. Personally I’d rather have a blank wall that could serve a variety of purposes. It looks like that corner could fit a small sectional sofa and use the upper wall as a gallery for artwork, perhaps include something that is arched whether a painting of arches or a small curio box with an arch. Though many like open shelving, I prefer cabinets with doors, including a cabinet above the stove hood though it is plain to see that it is a beautifully designed hood. Sometimes storage, especially in Tinies, is really important. There’s room above the window for a small cabinet or at least a shelf and a closed cabinet could go where the open shelving is. I do like that there is a nice tall cabinet to use as a pantry but having spices and maybe cups and glasses in a closed cabinet by the sink and stove would be nice. No one wants to see that inevitable chaos! The small table by the bench is so nice but I think I would consider having a hinged table attached to the wall…of similar shape…that would be more versatile. Now you see it, now you don’t! That would allow the bench to snug up against the wall, too. I’m not a fan of rain shower heads because it means never being able to shower without getting your hair wet. Sometimes you just want a quick soap and rinse without having to dry your hair. Give me a regular shower head with a nice massaging hand-held attached for a thorough rinse every time! A wall-to-wall bed is very difficult to change the linens and it’s a hard situation to remedy without a major change. Maybe add a few feet to the length of the Tiny…yes, adding to the cost…or have a smaller bed…not as comfortable for couples, for sure. Just an opinion and something to be sorted out if buying one of these Tinies became a serious consideration. Overall, I love this Tiny! Aesthetically it is so pleasing and a lot of thought went into arranging the spaces. Thanks to THN for sharing something this inspiring!

  • July 28, 2023, 12:53 pm

    White. What is that, seven Incred-I-Box’s worth? True I can not see the two of us surviving for long in an RJO only 15′ long but 20′ I can design for. But if we rented the other six out, we could probably afford a 20′ by next month. we are not white color fans but the fit and finish look good. That is the same size bedroom I have planned for the 20′ Incred-I-Box. We will do without the loft being over 75, but they are great for you whippersnappers. The flexibility of ESP panels should really be explored and getting a factory to produce arched panels for wind zones will be the next step.

    • Sherry
      July 28, 2023, 6:52 pm

      Cozy living room……ridiculous to say that…….and 3 people eating at that slab of wood called a table…..who designed this has not lived in tiny house.

      • James D.
        July 29, 2023, 4:15 am

        Untrue, doesn’t mean you have to think it’s sufficient but plenty of people live in even smaller homes with even less and still design it that way. Besides, it’s only one of multiple designs they offer and the builder also does custom.

  • sandi
    July 28, 2023, 7:58 pm

    Stainless steel sink and brass fixture ???
    Do you have to step into the shower to close the door to go to the bathroom ?

  • Maria Kentala
    August 9, 2023, 7:06 am

    Bathroom door should be hung to open toward shower. TV in bedroom in wrong place. Remove the two windows that are facing the end of the bed and put TV there. I would put a under the counter frig/freezer so I would have more counter space,Hate the shelves, Would put in cabinets instead of shelves and put cabinets up on the wall past the oven hood after putting in frig/freezer under counter. Just my Thoughts.

  • Maria Kentala
    August 9, 2023, 7:14 am

    Who was the builder of this home? It does not say.

    • James D.
      August 15, 2023, 4:33 pm

      Rolling Homes, in Portland, OR…

  • Maria Kentala
    August 9, 2023, 7:27 am

    Also what size bed is that?

    • James D.
      August 15, 2023, 4:38 pm


  • Maria Kentala
    August 9, 2023, 7:33 am

    What is the width and length of this home?

    • James D.
      August 15, 2023, 4:34 pm

      Size: 30’x8’6’’ / 330 sq. ft. & 32’x10’ / 420 sq. ft.

      Total height: 13’6’’

      Unit weight: approx. 16,000 lbs

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