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Lincoln Tiny House at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

This is 261 square feet Lincoln tiny house on wheels at Mt. Hood tiny house village near Portland, Oregon.

It’s the Cypress 24 model that’s designed and built by Tumbleweed Houses and it’s now available for you to try out living tiny.

The outside features cedar plank siding with red trim. Inside, you’ll find a great room, kitchen, bathroom, downstairs bedroom, and large upstairs sleeping loft.

The Lincoln tiny home sleeps up to five people. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

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  • Becky June 7, 2016, 6:51 pm

    Have you moved a home built with drywall? Everything cracks. That’s why most mobile homes that you see in parks have panels with built in wallpaper and trim over the seams. In tiny homes that will probably be moved more often, wood is much more flexible.

  • Rev June 8, 2016, 11:57 am

    Five stars!

    Boom! Sightlines open, front to rear!

    Yes! Counters on both sides of sink and range!

    Stairs with side rails to contain errant feet!

    Folks, this is nearing perfection. Not quite… it lacks a fireman pole for frisky discounts of bunk bed, but it is close.

    Definitely doable!

  • Rev June 8, 2016, 12:09 pm

    My comment should say “frisky disMounts from bunk bed”. Dern predictive text…

  • Susanne October 25, 2016, 8:10 pm

    Great community!!!!

  • Gabriella October 26, 2016, 8:02 am

    With sincere enthusiasm and emotional involverment, I feel to dedicate to this perfect combination of “Tiny House”, the magnificent and captivanting sound of “Nabucco” ” Va Pensiero su l’Ali Dorate” by Giuseppe Verdi. So with the hope that the thought of every man is the true and only treasure that we all possess…. Gabriella from Italy

  • Lori October 27, 2016, 2:36 pm

    I would only make a few changes to this floor plan. Eliminate the porch and extend the great room into it. Move the door to replace the 2nd window on the left (next to the stove). This gives you more options for furniture placement. You can always add a porch on later outside the door.
    Eliminate the window centered on the short bedroom wall downstairs, putting in a skinny closet that runs all the way across the width of the house. I use a twin size bed so still plenty of room in there. Upstairs would be guest room, library, maybe more storage, and crafting space.
    Pull out cutting boards everywhere you can in the kitchen for added counter space when needed, toe kick drawers too. Drop down table on the great room wall opposite the door that looks like a large framed picture when not in use. Seats made using padded and upholstered storage cubes that can separate for individual seating at the dining table or slid together for a window seat.

    • Natalie Natalie October 28, 2016, 7:53 am

      Great ideas! — Tiny House Talk Team

      • Lori October 28, 2016, 11:25 am

        Thanks! I’d build the house now but no place to park it legally–yet.

        I’d also add a two sided clear plexi wall with clear shelves (that opens on one side) to the loft for safety. Maybe also do the same for a stairs railing…for my cobalt & aqua bottle/jar collection. Sunlight coming through those bottles/jars from a skylight would cast those pretty colors all over the space. Since it opens on one side they’d still be useable but kept clean from dust.

        Also thought about a clear table top instead for the dropdown table and mounting it in front of that window across from the now-on-the-side door. Hinges would attach to the windowsill. Instead of artwork it would blend in as the window, acting kind of like a storm window inside but still letting the light in. To open the window you’d have to drop down the table though to access it.

  • ZACHARY MOHRMANN October 27, 2016, 7:01 pm

    Very nice , but I think i would have gone with a “L” shaped counter top, Making the great room larger…..

  • Large Marge November 2, 2016, 1:23 am

    Everybody, please note the stair.

    The stair includes a very important feature. Do you see the dual diagonal 2x10s, one against the wall, the other supporting the outside of each step (tread and riser). These are called ‘stringers’.

    Here is the essential part:
    The outside stringer acts as a ‘stop’ to contain the foot, preventing a sideways slide off the step. Thumbs up!

    Add a handrail (either on the wall, or a banister) and a powered exhaust fan over the cooking area, and this is a winner.

    The photographer did a nice staging of exterior shots. We appreciate the owners for investing the energy in making this appear like you are a business, you are in business, and you mean business.

  • Nancy November 2, 2016, 6:42 pm

    Now this is pretty darn perfect!! LOVE!!! Thank you for sharing it with us!!

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