Based in the heart of British Columbia, Summit Tiny Homes is a micro-dwelling designer and builder that has earned a reputation for being one of the top tiny house manufacturers around the world. Having impressed the world with models like Sitka and Athos, the Canada-based tiny house makers now introduce Helikon tiny house on wheels.
The tiny house might evoke memories of Breezeway High-Tech Tiny Home given the exterior resemblance but there’s a stark difference on the inside. The 24 feet long mobile habitat not only brims with aesthetics but also offers top-notch facilities to the user. Inspired by the lively forest and modeled after the quaint mountains, the tiny house comes finished in black-painted board and batten siding with accented wooden shingles. It is then accoutered with plenty of windows which keeps the interior airy and bright.
Inside the metal siding and cedar accent is a spacious living room that doubles as a bedroom. It is furnished with a sofa bed sleeping two adults with ease. Adjacent to the bedroom is the ladder that leads to the loft section of the home. Functioning as a secondary sleeping area, the loft sleeps a couple of people and can even be used as an activity room, if required.
Another intriguing aspect of the tiny house is the spacious and functional kitchen. Featuring gorgeous cabinets with solid surface counters, the kitchen radiates elegance and aesthetics. It is equipped with a number of appliances from a refrigerator to a cooktop that makes living a breeze. Nearby is the spa-like bathroom featuring a shower and a toilet.
You’re in luck since the attractive tiny house is available on the official website of Summit Tiny Homes for $129,999.
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