Tiny Houses

This tiny house will have you climbing the walls

This tiny house will have you ...
The Tiny Adventure Home features a rock climbing wall on its exterior
The Tiny Adventure Home features a rock climbing wall on its exterior
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Mississippi couple Breck and Kelsey wanted to downsize but also wanted to pursue their hobbies, so the pair contacted Tiny Heirloom
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Mississippi couple Breck and Kelsey wanted to downsize but also wanted to pursue their hobbies, so the pair contacted Tiny Heirloom
The Tiny Adventure Home is based on a double-axle 28 ft (8 m)-long trailer
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The Tiny Adventure Home is based on a double-axle 28 ft (8 m)-long trailer
The Tiny Adventure Home features a rock climbing wall on its exterior
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The Tiny Adventure Home features a rock climbing wall on its exterior
The Tiny Adventure Home looks to be finished to a very high standard
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The Tiny Adventure Home looks to be finished to a very high standard
Top-down view of the Tiny Adventure Home's main living area
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Top-down view of the Tiny Adventure Home's main living area
The Tiny Adventure Home's bedroom
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The Tiny Adventure Home's bedroom
The Tiny Adventure Home opens to the outside with a large garage-style door
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The Tiny Adventure Home opens to the outside with a large garage-style door
The Tiny Adventure Home's kitchen
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The Tiny Adventure Home's kitchen
The Tiny Adventure Home features two loft areas, accessible via ladder
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The Tiny Adventure Home features two loft areas, accessible via ladder
View inside the Tiny Adventure Home from the garage-style door
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View inside the Tiny Adventure Home from the garage-style door
Access to the Tiny Adventure Home is gained by a standard front door
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Access to the Tiny Adventure Home is gained by a standard front door
The Tiny Adventure Home features two loft areas, both accessible with a movable ladder
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The Tiny Adventure Home features two loft areas, both accessible with a movable ladder
The Tiny Adventure Home has a snug lounge/office space with a small desk, chair, and cushions
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The Tiny Adventure Home has a snug lounge/office space with a small desk, chair, and cushions
The Tiny Adventure Home's bathroom includes a corner soaking tub/shower unit
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The Tiny Adventure Home's bathroom includes a corner soaking tub/shower unit
View towards the Tiny Adventure Home's bathroom from the kitchen
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View towards the Tiny Adventure Home's bathroom from the kitchen
Closer view towards the Tiny Adventure Home's bathroom from the kitchen
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Closer view towards the Tiny Adventure Home's bathroom from the kitchen
The Tiny Adventure Home's large dining area
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The Tiny Adventure Home's large dining area
The Tiny Adventure Home's garage-style door offers extra seating for guests
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The Tiny Adventure Home's garage-style door offers extra seating for guests
Entertaining guests in the Tiny Adventure Home
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Entertaining guests in the Tiny Adventure Home
Entertaining guests in the Tiny Adventure Home
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Entertaining guests in the Tiny Adventure Home
Plenty of room inside the Tiny Adventure Home
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Plenty of room inside the Tiny Adventure Home
Climbing the walls of the Tiny Adventure Home
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Climbing the walls of the Tiny Adventure Home
Applying the hand a foot holds to the side of the Tiny Adventure Home
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Applying the hand a foot holds to the side of the Tiny Adventure Home

Mississippi couple Breck and Kelsey decided to downsize to a tiny house but still wanted to pursue their hobbies, so contacted luxury tiny house firm Tiny Heirloom. The recently-completed Tiny Adventure Home features a real rock climbing wall on its exterior, allowing its owners to do a little climbing whenever they are parked up.

Access to the Tiny Adventure Home is gained by a standard front door. However, a large glazed section also opens the home to the outdoors, lifting like a garage-style door, a lot like the Alpha.

Inside, the layout is slightly different from typical tiny houses and also looks finished to a very high standard. Immediately upon entering, there's a kitchen to one side and a large dining area with two bench seats on the other.

This latter area has enough room for up to six people, which should make having people over a lot easier, something we learned can be a challenge in our recent tiny house interview.

The Tiny Adventure Home's kitchen
The Tiny Adventure Home's kitchen

Elsewhere on the ground floor is a bathroom with a corner soaking tub/shower, and toilet. The Tiny Adventure Home also has two loft areas, both accessed with a movable ladder. The first, which lies over the dining area, is a snug lounge/office space with a small desk, chair, and cushions, while the second is atop the bathroom and includes a double bed.

The Tiny Adventure Home gets its power from a standard RV-style hookup and is based on a double-axle 28 ft (8 m)-long trailer. The climbing wall exterior consists of Rockwerx modular panels.

Source: Tiny Heirloom

3 comments
McGannSaphir
Don't you just dislike reviews that don't give the price? I do. Not even a disclaimer that "pricing is not available". Reviews without this information are useless, and should not be published.
BurtDaniels
@McGannSaphir I think a new tiny house will go for between 22k - 100k. The upper end is if you want to add custom features to the home. A builder in my area, Nashville, Tn, put three on display down the street from me and posted the price tags right on the front door. They were all different sizes but a couple looked similar to what I saw in this article. The prices posted were 60-80k.
Nelson Hyde Chick
The hanging light fixtures seem a little problematic while driving down the road. Hit the brakes hard and they swing into each other breaking the bulbs.