Inside, Tiny Mountain Houses used white beadboard walls and ceilings with pine tongue-and-groove flooring in the lofts. The kitchen has full height pantries, upper cabinets, a two burner electric glass cooktop, apron sink, and apartment size refrigerator.
A custom wood and metal sweeping ladder leads up to one sleeping loft and a wooden ladder leads up to the second loft. In the bathroom is a flush toilet, 48″ fiberglass shower, vanity, and linen closet.
The exterior blends dark gray LP Smart Panel siding with a cedar accent and white trim.
The base price for the Castle Peak is $58,495 and as shown is $77,600. You can contact Tiny Mountain Houses for more details.
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