From Sacramento, California-based Tiny Mountain Houses is the Mt. Hood, a 25′ tiny house with ~333-square-feet of living space. The main floor bedroom has a sliding glass door, allowing for plentiful sunlight and a nice spot to set up a deck.
Inside the Mt. Hood are white beadboard walls and ceilings, pine tongue-and-groove flooring in the lofts, and rolled vinyl flooring on the main floor. A large bedroom loft sits over the main floor bedroom and kitchen area, and a single loft is above the bathroom. The galley kitchen is outfitted with white beadboard cabinets, a three burner propane range, apron sink, and stainless steel refrigerator and dishwasher. Laminate countertops are used throughout the house.
The bathroom has a 48″ fiberglass shower, Separett composting toilet, and an extra bank of drawers.
The low maintenance exterior is wrapped in LP 40-year hardboard siding with a Galvalume metal accent around the single light french entry door. Tiny Mountain Houses used dual glazed, vinyl low-e, white residential windows and the insulation is R-15 in the walls and ceiling, and R-13 in the floor.
The base price of Mt. Hood is $56,590 and as shown with options is $78,140. You can view more information about the Mt. Hood on the Tiny Mountain Houses website.
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