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NW Mountaineer Tiny House by Tiny Smart House

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This is an 18-foot NW Mountaineer Tiny House by Tiny Smart House that was built with reclaimed materials. It features interior walls that are built from recycled hardwood that was once part of the former Oregon governor’s mansion.

It’s available from 16′ to 44′ lengths and in 8.5′, 10′, and 12′ widths. So price varies depending on all of those options. It starts at $49,225 finished and $24,225 as a shell. The one you see here is an 18′ build, according to Tiny Smart House. What do you think? Is this a good option for you? Learn more and let us know below!

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Customizable NW Mountaineer Tiny Home on Wheels by Tiny Smart House

Things To Notice in this Tiny House…

  • Aerodynamic wedge roof (improved towing and extra space in the loft)
  • Deluxe bathroom with Jacuzzi-style bathtub and wrap-around windows
  • This is an 18-foot build and many reclaimed materials were used
  • The trailer came from an old RV trailer and it was rehabbed and upgraded to handle the extra weight
  • The bathroom and kitchen windows were salvaged from a commercial building
  • The inside walls are reclaimed redwood from a former Oregon governor’s mansion
  • The oven and range, fridge, and water heater run on propane
  • A custom version of this tiny house can be built by Tiny SMART House (more info below to get in touch with them here)


  • 18ft
  • NW Mountaineer Model
  • Built by Tiny SMART House
  • Built with recycled materials
  • Old RV trailer rebuilt for foundation
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom with jacuzzi style hot tub
  • Built-in furniture
  • Fold-up/down table
  • Loft space with ladder access
  • Shed style roof
  • Available from 16′ – 44′ lengths and 8’6″, 10′ – 12′ widths

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • D. Pedersen
    January 30, 2020, 8:36 am

    I would rather have an easy access queen size bed, than a bathtub. Do not like climbing ladders to get to bed.

    • e.a.f.
      January 30, 2020, 6:33 pm

      that is what is wonderful about these tiny/small homes. every one can be for the individual. this owner wanted the spa tub, you want a main floor bed. other may want a pool table. Its a lovely home!

  • Theresa Perdue
    January 30, 2020, 11:14 am

    I can’t figure out where those double doors are?

    • James D.
      January 30, 2020, 11:27 pm

      They used the wrong photo of the exterior, this one has a single door at the far end, under the loft, and wrap around windows where the bathroom is… They’ve done of a few of these but each was configured differently…

  • Jonathan Shaw
    January 30, 2020, 3:03 pm

    The aerodynamic wedge is pointing the wrong way

    • Alex
      February 1, 2020, 7:42 am

      Whoops! The top photo is actually of another build. I should probably change that! But, you can see the actual one right here in this PDF/brochure: https://www.tinysmarthouse.com/wp-content/uploads/nw_mountaineer-2.pdf

      It’s smaller, the aerodynamics are correct, and it has a rear entry instead of a side-entry.

    • PMHTX
      February 3, 2020, 11:26 am

      Lol, I was about to say the same thing. Would love to see the picture of the one referred to in the article if possible. 😊

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