After the Mt. Everest Tiny House that elevates downsizing to a new high and the promise of utmost comfort in the 24-foot Pyramid Peak Mobile Home, Tiny Mountain Houses introduces us to the Grand Teton. This impressive tiny house stretches slightly over 28 feet in length and boasts a width of 8 feet and 6 inches, providing a total of 368 square feet of living space to make it one of the largest models by the builder.
With an interior height of 10 feet and 8 inches (from the ground up), this tiny house offers a sense of openness and freedom within its compact dimensions. Stepping inside the Grand Teton, one is greeted by a spacious living area. The space is thoughtfully designed, featuring an entertainment center and shelves built into one wall and the brand’s signature pine ceiling with an open beam design spanning the length of the mobile home.
The living area seamlessly flows into a functional galley kitchen, which showcases navy blue cabinetry with overhead white cabinets. The kitchen is equipped with a full-size refrigerator (which looks mammoth in there), allowing for the storage of fresh ingredients during your adventure.
A two-burner propane stove offers flexibility in meal preparation, while a stainless steel range hood ensures adequate ventilation. Natural light floods the kitchen through three high-efficiency dual-glazed windows, each measuring 30 inches x 80 inches. These windows not only enhance the aesthetic appeal but also create an inviting and bright atmosphere while cooking.
An eye-catcher from down here is the additional loft storage featuring wine cabinets, bookshelves on one side and pull-out leaf tables and hang-up closets on the other side. The Grand Teton comprises two spacious sleeping lofts that comfortably accommodate a king-sized bed each. Whether you’re traveling with friends or family, this tiny house can sleep between 4 to 8 people, ensuring everyone has a cozy place to rest.
The access to one loft over the living room is via a storage-ready staircase. The other one above the bathroom can be reached via a nifty ladder engineered into the sliding rail of the barn door leading to the washroom. This residential-sized bathroom inside is packed with 48-inch shower, a large linen cabinet for storing essentials, a toilet, and a sink with vanity cabinet.
Built on a heavy-duty tubular steel trailer, each Grand Teton tiny house is custom-built with precision and attention to detail. The flooring consists of sturdy plywood, ensuring durability and stability. Tiny Mountain Houses’ Grand Teton tiny house starts at $99,695 and can be your worthy partner on the journey into the breathtaking landscapes of Grand Teton National Park.