Drawing inspiration from old Colorado mining towns, the Red Mountain is a 34′ bumper pull tiny house with rusty corrugated wainscot, reclaimed barn wood board and batt, and cedar shakes on the end walls. A fold down porch extends beyond the covered porch at the rear of the trailer.
Built by Greg Parham of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, the Red Mountain sits on a triple axle trailer and has 272-square-feet on the main level and approximately 120-square-feet between the two lofts.
After entering through the handmade arch top door, you’ll find an office nook with a handcrafted desk and drawers made from American Walnut. Throughout the house are 1/4″ pine tongue-and-groove walls and 3/4″ beetle kill pine ceilings.
The L-shaped master loft is large enough for a king bed and cubby space, plus it has a skylight. On the opposite side of the tiny house is the kids’ bedroom loft, which is accessed by a bookcase ladder.
The living space has a custom built couch with storage and a high end gas stove. The dining area has a beetle kill tabletop with a 16″ folding leaf, providing enough space for a family of four. The kitchen has all custom beetle kill cabinets, two pull out pantries, a tile counter that the customer picked out, and a 24″ stainless steel gas range. On the opposite wall is the refrigerator and stackable washer and dryer.
At the far end of the Red Mountain is the bathroom, which features a full size clawfoot tub with vintage faucet, a custom vessel sink, and a custom pebble tiled vanity top. The vanity and linen closet both use reclaimed barn wood doors.
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