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Lincoln at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Lincoln is the largest of the tiny houses at the Mt. Hood Tiny House Village. The rustic 261-square-foot tiny house was crafted with cedar plank siding and red trim by Tumbleweed Tiny House Company using their Cypress 24′ floorplan.

Inside, you’ll find a great room, kitchen with a two-burner electric cooktop, and full bathroom. Lincoln sleeps five: three in the bedroom loft accessed by storage stairs and one in the downstairs bedroom. The kitchen includes a two burner electric cooktop and under-counter refrigerator. In the bathroom you’ll find a low-flow flush toilet and full size shower.

Nightly rentals available starting at $139/nt.

Also available at the Mt. Hood Tiny House Village: Atticus, Scarlett, Zoe.

Rustic modern tiny house in Oregon - Lincoln at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Rustic tiny house with modern accents - Lincoln at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Living room and storage stairs leading to bedroom loft - Lincoln at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Kitchen and dining area - Lincoln at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Cooktop with pot and pan - Lincoln at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Bedroom loft - Lincoln at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Tiny house decorations - Lincoln at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Tiny house detail in kitchen - Lincoln at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Cypress design floor plan - Lincoln at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

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