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The Duchess Tiny House by Lionheart Homes


Looking for a high-quality, luxury tiny home? Check out the Duchess model from Lionheart Homes out of Estacada, Oregon! The stunning craftsman home is built atop a custom 30’ Iron Eagle PAD Tiny Home trailer and features a propane fireplace, an all-in-one washer/dryer, a mini split air conditioning system, and more!

The Duchess is finished with high-quality, luxury materials throughout. The cabinetry is hand-made, the countertops and stairs treads are black walnut, the dining table and fireplace mantle are responsibly sourced walnut slab, the walls and ceiling are solid pine tongue and groove, and the exterior is wood board and batten with real cedar shake. Plus, there are two lofts that can be used as sleeping areas. Delivery is available around the end of September 2022.

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The Duchess is a Replica of their Original Tiny House

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You can see what this tiny house can look like once fully decorated below. Since the owners designed, built, and live in the same model as it is their original design-build.

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The loft space features a skylight as well as other windows to provide natural light and add spaciousness up here.

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The owners created this wonderful little work area in the tiny house.

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The living area allows for plenty of space to sprawl.

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The floor plan for this tiny house includes two lofts, a large kitchen, a living area, and a bathroom on the main level. It’s a 30′ long, 8’6″ wide, and 13’6″ tall design.

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Delivery is available around the end of September 2022 and is offered at $159,000. Learn more here.

Contact Lionheart Homes today to learn more about the Duchess model and inquire about delivery availability or even a custom tiny house project!

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  • Alice
    August 29, 2022, 7:31 am

    I would love to know if there are any tiny houses with just one floor made for people that are disable. It has to be affordable as they are ideal for the older and on fixed income. There can be some nice areas for such places.

    • James D.
      August 29, 2022, 1:50 pm

      There are ADA compliant tiny homes, many builders can also do them upon request. The issue would be price as there’s a minimum cost for ensuring it’s well built and properly meets ADA requirements that may keep it above what someone on a fixed income may be able to afford. Especially, with the present state of the economy.

      Many tiny home builders have even started to stop offering custom building because of the rising costs, for example, and construction costs in general are presently very high…

      Though, if you can do some DIY and have one modified, you can consider options like the Incred-I-Box from Incredible Tiny Homes in Newport, TN. It’s a basic single level 8’x16′ with just a small storage loft that’s intended for the owner to DIY the finishing, which you can take a step further and make it ADA compliant, and is on sale for $20,000 but if you get a referral number from one of their sales people then it’s down to $19,500… Alternatively, if you become one of those sales people then you could opt to be paid in credit for each sale and after 20 you can get an Incred-I-Box for that credit or get $500 with each sale as commission, it just has to be one or the other when you sign up.

      It’s presently the lowest price option I’m aware of short of doing the entire build DIY and using reclaimed materials… While most official ADA compliant homes would start over 4 times higher… There are a number of organizations for helping to get affordable housing. Even with them you’d probably be looking at somewhere around $60,000… Though, in some states, like Georgia, the efforts for providing tiny homes for the homeless are starting to be expanded to those needing affordable housing and they’re starting to develop longer term tiny home options. Just a question of when those homes will be available as this is a fairly recent development and they still have to build those homes.

  • Wendy Karr
    September 6, 2022, 4:31 pm

    I will be retiring in a year and am now in the process of looking for affordable independent living. I am currently renting now and lucky to have found a situation that fits my income. But I will need to relocate next year and I will be 66 years old, single and a woman. I would like to find affordable living where there is no landlord involved. Looking to buy an affordable tiny home to be placed on a small lot of land.

  • Victoria Banaszak
    September 6, 2022, 11:13 pm

    I love the colors they used here, but I like others am older and disabled so the stairs are a problem for me.

    • James D.
      September 7, 2022, 1:37 am

      Depending on your resources, options like lifts would address stairs, etc. There’s chair lifts for narrow stairs, among other options available, for example. Wheelchairs that can climb stairs are also coming to market, albeit still very pricey… There’s also stair assist devices that make it easier and safer to use stairs is still able but just find stairs challenging.

      • Victoria Banaszak
        September 8, 2022, 4:09 am

        Oh, sweetie, I go to the bathroom probably 10 times a night. That is a nice idea but me and my toilet are not soon parted. LOL I don’t go very often during the day. I guess my bodie saves up for my sleep time.

        • James D.
          September 8, 2022, 9:33 am

          There’s options to deal with that too… 😉

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