Lou Pereyra, the founder of Tiny Mountain Houses revealed to Homecrux in an interview that the company was giving finishing touches to its latest model, the Mt Gabriella tiny house, and it would soon be available to order. It took nearly a month for the Silverton-based company to do so but, this time has been worth the wait. The 26-foot-long, Mt Gabriella tiny house is finally available in the public domain, and it looks as gorgeous as we presumed.
Though it measures 26 feet long, it can be personalized with an additional extension of six feet that will make the porch of the tiny house. The covered porch includes cedar railings and composite decking that offers space for the user to sit and relax. Finished in board and batten siding, the tiny house stands as a marvel of compact living that encapsulates comfort and style.
While the exterior is adorned with the timeless charm of residential hardboard siding and a durable metal standing seam roof, the interior boasts a soothing ambiance with white textured walls and ceilings. It’s hard to ignore the windows too which not only bring in sunlight and air but also frame a picturesque view for the inhabitants.
The tiny house features a distinctive design that boasts a seamless and spacious interior. The glass door will lead to the living room of the house. It features a sofa that is a comfy place to relax and binge-watch your favorite programs on the wall-mounted television facing it. The living room also has a breakfast bar that doubles as a workspace and allows you to work remotely.
Tiny Mountain Houses resist their open interior plans and have the kitchen adjacent to the living room. A masterpiece of functionality and style, the kitchen features a laminate counter and a stylish backsplash. Other features include a standard stainless top-mount kitchen sink, brushed chrome faucet, stainless steel refrigerator, two burner cooktop, and white raised-panel cabinetry.
Do not expect any loft here, rather you’d find a separate bedroom that sleeps two to three people with ease. The bedroom offers decent storage, courtesy of two closets. Finally, we have the bathroom of the tiny house that features a shower, toilet, and sink. Priced at $59,900, the micro dwelling is a bargain for people who are looking to adapt to the tiny house lifestyle.
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