This is Troy & Krista’s 25 ft. Castle Peak Tiny Home in Washington.
It’s a fully-customized THOW built for them by Tiny Mountain Homes, and they’ve been living inside for 8 months, loving their tiny life!
We are thrilled with the design, and functionality of this model. Every detail of the interior and exterior my wife and I specifically picked out.
Troy and Krista sent us pictures of their lived-in home, and shared their story in a Q&A at the end of the post: You don’t want to miss it. I really love that they prove living in an RV park can be luxurious — just wait until you see their quaint little lot!
Interview: Troy & Krista’s 25 ft. Castle Peak Tiny Home
Loft bedroom with living room underneath.
An awesome loft lounge area over the bathroom and kitchen.
I love the expandable gate they use for their pup, Stella.
Here’s the cozy living room with a comfy couch!
A view from the hallway to the inside of the living room.
The steps have cupboard storage as well as hooks for coats and more.
I really love the cabinets in their kitchen!
Awesome deep sink, good-sized fridge and more!
The tile work couldn’t be more classy. The chunky blinds are great, too.
Same cottage-y beadboard cabinets in the bathroom.
Great shower stall with built-in storage/seating.
Residential toilet and a super cute shower curtain.
Here’s a close-up of the loft bedroom. Good head space!
Aww! Stella loves her tee tiny home! Too cute.
Now THAT is a tiny house lot! And it’s in an RV park — no way 🙂
Interview with Troy & Krista:
What are your name(s)? Troy and Krista Kline
How many people (and animals) are living in your tiny house? 2 humans and 1 (Stella) King Cavalier
Where do you live? Washington – at a tiny house friendly RV park – been here 8 months!
Why did you decide to go tiny? What are you hoping to get out of living tiny? We love simplicity. The idea of living in a small space, downsizing, decluttering and saving money were all very appealing – no regrets!!
How did you first learn about tiny houses? Really, the reality shows on tiny living. We are both very minimalistic in life, so we were easily drawn to the idea.
How long did it take to finish your tiny house? From placing the order to move in, around 4 months.
How did you build your tiny house? Did you have any help? Did you do it yourselves? Tiny Mountain Houses built our house. We customized everything exterior and interior to fit our style and needs.
How did you find a place to park and live in your tiny house? Local RV park that was already tiny home friendly (we aren’t the only ones here!). We have hopes to find a more permanent spot at some point, but we have total privacy and tons of outdoor space where we are – so no rush.
Before going tiny, what was life like? We were renting in one of the most expensive real estate markets in the country. Rent was getting out of hand – tiny living has saved us money and sure beats apartment living!!!
What benefits are you experiencing after going tiny? You can deep clean your house in 30 min!! Ha! Staying organized is much easier and of course saving money is amazing!
What about some challenges? Going up and down stairs with our dog can be tough. We have a washer dryer all in one in the tiny house it’s not as efficient as we hoped- but fortunately we have coin laundry at our current location so not a big problem.
What makes your tiny house special? We love our layout- we feel that there are really three separate spaces for us to use. Allowing for us to have room to spread out and not feel in each other’s way!
What is your favorite part of your tiny house? All of our windows! We are in such a beautiful area, and our windows let such nice light in! Also the metal roof is fun to listen to the rain fall (we do love outside of Seattle).
What helpful advice would you give to others interested in going tiny? Do your research. We had a list of requirements — be flexible with how things go, but make sure your house works for you!
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