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Stunning Juniper Backcountry Tiny Home… A larger THOW with lots of amenities!

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This is the stunning Juniper Model by Backcountry Tiny Homes, a builder in Vancouver, WA built for Alexis and Brian of Living the Tiny Dream.

The home owners, Alexis & Brian, did a build assist build with Backcountry Tiny Homes where they helped design their custom home AND helped build it as part of their build crew… Juniper was named for it’s rich bark and flora colored exterior and, like the Juniper tree berries, shows off a beautiful blue with the beatlekill pine.

How cool! Plus, did you know Backcountry Tiny Homes is a woman-owned company? Thought that’s pretty awesome! For more details about the house and to contact the builders, click over to the last page.

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Stunning Juniper Backcountry Tiny Home

This is pure joy! I can’t handle the cuteness.

Looks perfect for a woodland retreat.

Fold-down table and bench seating in the main area.

Yes, that’s all storage! This is super impressive.

Now that’s handy! Great idea to allow plenty of walking room.

Checking it out from the front view as well.

I bet you could store even more on top of the storage too!

Looking from the secondary loft to the main sleeping loft.

I love everything they fit into this kitchen!

More closed storage to hide away clutter 🙂

The sink is beautiful, but the windows are the best part.

Love that storage! Way to use the awkward corner well!

Clean clothing and cold food. Perfect!

It’s like a library ladder to take you upstairs.

Composting toilet and cute sink/vanity.

Totally love this shower stall!

Even more storage! This house delivers for sure.

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  • Dimensions: 24-ft long x 8.5-ft wide x 13.5-ft tall
  • Trailer: 15K triple axle
  • Utilities: Electric w/ propane range, heater, water heater
  • Appliances/Tech Highlights: 24″ propane range & oven, W/D combo, 12-CF fridge, Dickinson propane heater, composting toilet, 36″x36″ shower, tankless propane water heater
  • Exterior Finish: Sealed cedar with green metal accent
  • Interior Finish: Beatlekill pine ceiling, accent wall, window trim, and cabinet trim
  • Spruce painted white for the walls
  • Walnut bamboo flooring w/ grey oak bathroom flooring
  • Sleeps: 2 in the bedroom loft and 1-2 in the guest loft
  • Square Footage: 190-SF without lofts (290-SF with lofts)
  • Price: See website

Want a home like this? Contact Backcountry Tiny Homes here.


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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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  • Tom Osterdock
    May 22, 2017, 12:58 pm

    Very nice set up and family comfort. Great house.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      May 22, 2017, 3:23 pm

      Totally agree!

  • Melissa
    May 22, 2017, 7:53 pm

    Nothing wrong here, IT’S PERFECT!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      May 23, 2017, 1:16 pm

      I’m so glad you feel that way about it!

  • Brian
    May 23, 2017, 2:56 pm

    I love this house. Good thing too, because it’s my house!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      May 24, 2017, 3:30 pm

      🙂 I am so glad you like it!

  • Mary Jones
    May 23, 2017, 6:01 pm

    How about finding a community park for my new home? Cannot build it till I know where I can put it? I need to be around folks but not “that” close!

  • Mary Jones
    May 23, 2017, 6:09 pm

    Oops…..sent it out but wasn’t done writing it yet!! I am looking first in Tennessee, then Florida due to no income tax. Currently I am in Tennessee. Need to keep it in the south as am old and gray now and have had my fill of snow and colder weather! Found the PERFECT place in n. Carolina. Sadly they want $30,000 to hook everything up and for infrastructure like paving roads and putting in gardens. It even had a doggie park! WOW!! Of course I no way can afford even half of this. Do you have an average figure that regular type of home parks are charging now a days? Mine will be delivered there. From the factory. Tx for your help!!!

    • keepyourpower
      May 24, 2017, 12:43 am

      Go to Incredible Tiny Homes website. They know of a set up for RVs and tiny houses that is in North Carolina. There is a long video on it. Lovely place. $300 a month. Includes utilities in the $300. This old girl might move there. But, I too, want to live in TX. If I decide to go there, and have the money saved, I am going to try to find a plot of land, on a ranch, and put my THOW there. That is what I have to buy first…before I buy a THOW. I am in SC.

    • James D.
      May 24, 2017, 1:39 am

      Prices vary as land prices vary and whether you want to buy the land or just rent/lease it…

      Here are some examples…

      In Florida, Okeechobee there’s Gracious Tiny House Park that offers a year-round, pet-friendly, waterfront tiny house community/RV park along Lake Okeechobee. Rent is $385/month plus electric. Includes water & sewer hookups.

      Mind, there are more expensive RV parks and not all of them will allow you to live there year-round…

      There’s also Green Bridge Farm in Guyton, Georgia, which is a sustainable community that accepts tiny houses. A twenty year old organic farm is the center piece of the shared community space on this otherwise wooded acreage. One-acre lots are for sale for $30,000 and $40,000. Smaller lots are available for rent for $300 per month plus electricity.

      Some places like South Carolina’s Aiken County allows tiny houses on wheels on their own land. The requirements are just that the lot must be at least 2 acres and 50 feet from a public road….

      But buying land in general can be expensive… So you’ll likely be looking for a rend/lease option but this generally means you will likely be pretty close to other people also renting/leasing…

      “Tiny House Communities” is one of the websites that will help show what options are available…

      In Tennessee, there are some trying to start some new Tiny House communities… Some may be open by the time you get your house built and you can check with some of the local builders for who to contact…

      I know Incredible Tiny Homes is actively trying to set up a community to give their customers someplace to go and hope to help start such communities in multiple states where once a member then anyone can move between them…

      Some other builders are trying to do the same as well as others just trying to start their own communities…

      But many of these are still dealing with start up costs…

      So a cheaper option would be to find a farm or similar land where the owners will be willing to rent you a space that’s out of the way and will give you plenty of privacy… local community grapevine word of mouth and similar can usually find options that won’t be listed publicly… Helps if you know any locals that can help you look and ask around…

      The only thing is utilities may not be fully included but you could get lucky…

  • Bluesgirl
    May 23, 2017, 11:30 pm

    You guys got it right…what a decent place…I would love to model
    my tiny house after one. I’ve seen many, thousands and I haven’t seen
    such a well thought out design in a long time
    thanks for sharing

    • Natalie C. McKee
      May 24, 2017, 1:43 pm

      It’s tremendous! We will be sharing an interview with the owners tomorrow 🙂 Stay tuned!

  • Mary
    May 24, 2017, 8:44 pm

    TO The gal who wrote me and I write back now : check out diamond park homes in Yantis Texas. They have pads available now some out in open and some near water and some near trees. They go from $325 to $380 per month…..depends on the view.

  • October 30, 2017, 2:38 pm

    It’s all perfect, but the dog seems to say: ” …And Please do not Disturb!…”

  • Mike
    October 30, 2017, 4:00 pm

    Nice layout. Only problem I see is no hood/fan over the propane stove. This is a potential danger for occupants.

  • R
    March 28, 2020, 4:28 am

    Re: wet OSB wood has the ability to grow fungus. Anytime I see it installed in homes I cringe. Please choose alternative wood where the posibility of wetness may happen. A floor area or around windows could be a possibility.

  • R
    March 28, 2020, 4:30 am

    I really like this thow!
    It is larger than I would consider for myself. I really like the wood accents. Its beautiful!! Nice job!

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