Every tiny house I cover has some unique features to offer for a comfortable downsized lifestyle. Some provide exceptional lodging space, while others have exquisite kitchens to covet. This doesn’t imply that I shower praises on every tiny house. However, there are instances when I have to surrender to the beauty of the design, which was the case with the Athos tiny house.
Inspired by the ancient Greek gods of the mountains, Athos tiny house will go down as the epitome of luxury, excellence, and supreme design. Designed by Summit Tiny Homes, the 34-foot tiny house sleeps three-to-five people in its ground-floor bedroom and the secondary sleeping area in the loft. The loft also has a skylight that allows you to gaze at stars, while the ground floor bedroom provides you easy access to the restroom area.
Finished in metal siding with cedar accents, the tiny house boasts a spacious interior that makes it possible for Summit Tiny Homes to pack a living room that will have you amazed. The living room features a couch with integrated storage, facing a picture window to keep the room airy and bright. The exquisite palette and the open layout of the living area flow into the kitchen through a breakfast bar.
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Boasting a modern coastal design, the kitchen looks luxurious and features walnut cabinets and drawers to stash nitty-gritty essentials. The solid surface counter is another highlight of the tiny home and it is equally complemented by a farmhouse sink and appliances ranging from an induction cooktop to a fridge/freezer.
On the opposite end of the tiny home is the bathroom. It has a 60-inch tub/shower combo with a glass shower panel. There is also a standard flush toilet and vanity sink. If you are planning to go downsize, I’d recommend you give Athos Tiny House a try which only costs $154,999.