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Oregon Trail Tiny House


This is the Oregon Trail Tiny House.

It’s built by Tiny Smart House out of Albany, Oregon.

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The Oregon Trail Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Smart House

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Photos via Tiny Smart House

Highlights

  • Oregon Trail Tiny House
  • 8×8 loft
  • Laminate flooring
  • Pine tongue and groove ceiling and interior trim
  • Painted drywall walls
  • Oak butcher block countertop

Resources

  1. http://www.tinysmarthouse.com/models/oregon-trail-tiny-house/
  2. http://www.tinysmarthouse.com/
  3. http://www.tinysmarthouse.com/workshops/
  4. http://www.tinysmarthouse.com/tiny-house-plans/

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  • Tom Osterdock February 27, 2018, 1:31 pm

    this company has a great curbside appeal with this one. They do not like to tell you the size of their homes. I did finally find for this house that it is a 20′ home. I could not find for the last one.

    • James D. February 28, 2018, 5:19 pm

      That’s because they do custom builds, so their models aren’t limited to specific sizes…

      This one is actually 20′ long and 9.5′ wide (so needs a permit to move) about 180 Sq Ft (not counting loft), rated GWVR of 11,000 on 14,000 axles… Starting price of $64,700 and that includes appliances, as shown is custom so it starts at $72K…

      For those interested, the standard build includes…

      Cedar Siding with Board & Batten Accent
      Standard Standing Seam Metal Roof
      Standard Electric Cadet Heater
      Standard Rinnai On-Demand Propane Water Heater
      Master Bedroom Loft for King Bed
      Small Storage Loft
      Operable Skylight
      Green Vinyl Windows
      Standard Blue Pine Ceiling and Trim
      Pine Tongue and Groove Interior Walls
      2×6 Pine Tongue and Groove Flooring
      Convertible Wall Bed/Sofa
      Full Light Front Door, Split Dutch Back Door
      14 Cubic Ft Apartment Size Refrigerator
      GE Microwave/Convection OOven/Hood
      2 Burner Propane Stove Top
      Standard Cabinets
      Oil Rubbed Bronze Fixtures and Lighting throughout
      Standard 32″x32″ Fiberglass Shower Enclosure
      Standard RV Flush Toilet
      Custom Fold down Breakfast Bar
      Extra Storage; Cabinet & Shelves

      Trailer tongue is removable…

      They’ll do it either under Oregon building code or RVIA, so can offer a variety of certifications, as well as support customers who want to DIY most of it…

      If you go to the Dirtpatchheaven youtube channel and search for A “Tiny House for Non-Builders”, you’ll see a video tour of this model…

      • Tom Osterdock March 1, 2018, 3:34 am

        well james I really do not care at this point of what they can do I want to know the info on the one I am looking at. Only.

    • James D. February 28, 2018, 5:32 pm

      Oh, if you meant the Mt Hood model for the other model… They built 2 of those that I know of…

      One is 40′ x 8′, which I believe is the Lodge one, and the other is 36′ x 12’….

      They’ll make most of their models anywhere from 18′ to 44′ in length and 8′ standard to 10-12, or even 14 feet wide… Though, going wider can add over $20K to the price…

      • Tom Osterdock March 1, 2018, 3:36 am

        Thanks James but they should be telling us about the one they are showing and one simple statement that they do custom work is more than enough. tell me what you are showing me cause if your not then you will not even get a chance to do custom work for me.

        • James D. March 1, 2018, 10:56 am

          That they are custom builders is on their website, Alex just didn’t put that information in this article.

          They also have a PDF flyer for each of their model series on their site as well…

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