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The Upslope Tiny House: Firefighter’s 14ft Tiny Home!


This is the Upslope Tiny House on Wheels.

It was built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses for a firefighter in Idaho Springs, Colorado.

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14ft Upslope Tiny House on Wheels by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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Learn more about the Upslope Tiny House over at Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.

Sources

  1. The Upslope
  2. Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes
  3. The Crestone Tiny House Plans

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  • Patricia Harbison May 5, 2018, 12:28 pm

    I have MS, am in a wheelchair but am still living on my own. I stay close to my son and his family but enjoy my own space. I want an RV type unit, so if my son is transferred, I am no problem.
    Due to health concerns,
    I sleep in a recliner in living room, don’t need beedrppm (do need closes). All I really need is a nice living room, a kitchen and an accessible bath.
    Is this something
    That is doable for a tiny house?

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