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Lincoln Peak Tiny House on Wheels


This is the Lincoln Peak Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Mountain Houses out of Sacramento, California.

It’s an 18ft tiny home on wheels with 152 sq. ft. on the main floor plus an additional 58 sq. ft. king loft.

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210 Sq. Ft. Lincoln Peak Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Mountain Houses

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Highlights

  • 210 sq. ft. total
  • 152 sq. ft. on main floor
  • 58 sq. ft. in the loft
  • Sleeps 2-4 people with futon
  • 18ft in length not including trailer hitch
  • 13ft 5in height
  • 10ft 8in ceiling height
  • Loft height 49″
  • Height to loft 6ft 6in
  • Price as shown $57,996

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

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{ 4 comments… add one }
  • Avatar Jenn D.

    I love this one. The loft looks like it has enought headroom to move around. Lol. I also like the hanging corner shelf/table, across from the kitchen. Beautiful home.

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  • Avatar kevin

    Such a waste of space!
    This does not look very well thought out/designed. (huge kitchen with tiny appliances)
    Also, huge vacant spot above door, window would make more sense, or maybe just make it shorter.
    Just my two cents.

    • Avatar James D.

      Keep in mind the owner hasn’t moved in yet so you’re not seeing the rest of their stuff and without that you’re not getting the whole picture of how they intend to use the space… It’s the same as seeing an unfurnished house before someone moves in…

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