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.
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
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