Last week we showed you Troy and Krista’s version of the same house, but it’s fun to see a totally different color scheme and decor theme in the same general model. Emily picked sleek black ceilings and cabinetry, dark wooden floors and a fantastic red-orange couch. She made it her own!
Enjoy taking the picture tour of her spot below, and if you want a Castle Peak, contact Tiny Mountain Homes.
You can purchase this model in both 24′ and 26′. The builder writes:
It is built on a tow behind trailer with a 8’6″ total width, including roof overhang, and total height of 13’5″ tall including 2′ trailer height. It features an entrance in the back of the house with a 3′ x 3′ back porch with a 3′ x 7′ storage loft inside above the porch. This model has an 8′ sleeping loft with stair access. It has a mid-kitchen with shaker style alder cabinets, a laminate counter top, an Atwood 3 burner propane range. The rear bathroom with regular porcelain toilet, small bathroom sink, washer dryer hookups, and a 32” x 32” shower. Additional options are available.
Base price for the 24′ starts at $42,395.Enjoy the pictures of one finished version below!
Tinies of this length can’t fit much, but Tiny Idahomes did a great job including everything that their customer wanted — even a custom corner bookshelf that reaches from floor to ceiling. It has a storage staircase that leads to the loft bedroom, a kitchen complete with fridge and induction cooktop, and a tiny bathroom with composting toilet.
Be sure to take the video tour below for all the details. Enjoy!
It’s a 37′ long ,8.5′ wide and 13.5′ high tiny house and with that awesome length, they were able to fit a lot in! It’s 352 sq. ft. as shown below, but they add an optional loft over the living room to make the space 430 sq. ft. But space doesn’t mean anything if it’s not beautifully crafted, and as with all Timbercraft homes, this one is stunning inside and out. Enjoy the pictures and video tour below to learn more, and head over to Timbercraft Tiny Homes if you’d like one of your own!
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