Portland, Oregon-based luxury tiny house firm Tiny Heirloom has shared another of its recently-completed builds with us. The Rocky Mountain Tiny Home serves as an off-grid vacation home for a family of four in rural Colorado. It features a twin storage staircase and generous kitchen, while a home office allows the owners to get some work done, too.
The Rocky Mountain Tiny Home (not to be confused with the firm of the same name) is based on a triple-axle 28 ft (8.5 m)-long trailer, but overhanging lofts bring its total length to 32 ft (9.7 m). Its exterior is clad in wood with metal detailing and features an overall contemporary look.
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Access is gained by a sliding glass door. Inside, there's a bathroom with shower and (non-composting) toilet, while a relatively large home office lies to the left and has its own sliding door for privacy.
A spacious kitchen area is on the right. This includes appliances like a range cooker, mini-dishwasher and fridge, plus a neat copper sink. It also features a skylight that's operated with a wall-mounted touchscreen display. At the far end of the home is a lounge area that includes a dining table on wheels.[image:442079]
A large double storage staircase leads to two sleeping lofts. One is for the kids and has been split by a bookcase to fit two beds. The other, the master sleeping loft, seems relatively spacious, for a tiny house bedroom. Both are topped by operable skylights.
The Rocky Mountain Tiny Home is powered by a roof-based solar panel array connected to an inverter and batteries. Heating and cooling are provided by both a propane-powered heater and mini-split, while hot water comes from a tankless gas hot water heater. The home features LED lighting throughout.
Tiny Heirloom told us that the price for this build came in at around US$125,000. The owner has made a video tour of the home, which you can watch on his YouTube channel.
Source: Tiny Heirloom