Oct 26, 2014

Tiny Heirloom Tiny Home

The greater Portland, Oregon area has produced yet another tiny home building company, Tiny Heirloom, builders of what they are calling luxury tiny homes.


Located near Portland in Oregon City, the company consists of three married couples, with about a decade's worth of tiny home experience between them. 


The plans may not be unique, but the level of fit and finish is what sets this company apart.  The home in these photos also contains a nice combination washer/dryer unit, something often skipped in tiny homes.  


Another relative luxury found in this home is the stainless steel finished gas range, which includes four burners and an oven.  Plus there's that lovely granite counter top.


Tiny Heirloom homes are approved travel trailers, and the company claims to have the highest standards going when it comes to details such as the quality of the trailer itself, construction and framing material and details. 



The deep sink, substantial clearance between the sink and faucet, and integral spray, makes kitchen cleanup much easier than in the small bar sinks found in so many tiny homes.



There is a three fixture bath (marine flush toilet, sink, and shower).  Composting toilets are an available option too.



There's a small storage loft above the living area.


There's space for a desk or other items of the homeowner's choosing...


A comfortable seating area featuring a tiny marine gas fireplace/heater...


And a sleeping loft with two shed dormers for increased volume and head room, not to mention plenty of ventilation.


Tiny luxury doesn't come cheap though.  Tiny Heirloom tiny homes start at $65,000 USD.  The price does include delivery though, something many tiny house builders don't even provide.  You can see and learn more by accessing their website using the following link...  Tiny Heirloom



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