The Mt. Everest tiny house on wheels is the first tiny house built by Tiny Mountain Homes. This rustic cabin building is 22 feet long with a 3-foot porch included. When walking in the end entry of the tiny house design you enter into an open living area with almost 11-foot ceilings which make the space feel much larger than its tiny footprint. The Mt. Everest tiny house on wheels boasts 2 lofts, one 8 foot deep King loft over the kitchen, and a 3-foot storage loft over the entryway. The kitchen in the Mt. Everest features residential depth countertops with plenty of counter space and cabinets throughout. The quaint bathroom includes a 32-inch shower and a toilet. The Mt. Everest tiny house on wheels is a great tiny home for those looking for something rustic and cozy.
The Mt. Everest tiny house design has a trailer that is made of heavy-duty tubular steel, custom-built for each tiny house. The trailer includes individual braking axles, with tie downs at all 4 corners and corrosive resistant automotive finish and 4 mounted scissor jacks. The Mt. Everest floor is 1 1/4 inch and the tiny house has tongue and groove plywood siding with 40 year LP Smart Panel with 5/4 rough sawn trim. The exterior has a whole-house wrap with metal flashing on all of the windows and doors.
The insulation is R-15 blown fiberglass in all of the walls and ceiling, and R-13 batten in the tiny house floors. All of the windows in the Mt. Everest tiny house on wheels are high-efficiency dual-glazed, vinyl, Low-E, and argon gas residential type windows. The roof is a durable standing seam metal roof with a 10/12 with 2/12 loft. The porch lights are switched exterior porch lights at all of the exterior doors and a 3-foot porch with cedar railings included. The tiny house on wheels is built to RV code, so you can feel safe on the road. The exterior door is fiberglass, insulated with a deadbolt, peephole, and a knocker. The door hardware is brushed nickel. The Mt. Everest tiny house design has one standard exterior outlet. The tiny house on wheels is 250 square feet in size, including the two lofts.
You'll want to take a closer look at this charming tiny house design, it is sure to make you rethink small house living. The beauty of a tiny house on wheels is you can move it to the location of your choosing, whether that be beside the ocean, at the lake or in the countryside, the choice is yours to decide. You'll love the full-sized kitchen with plenty of kitchen countertops and cupboards, along with a smaller under the counter fridge, residential kitchen sink, white beadboard cabinets, 10-gallon electric hot water heater, and cooktop. The Mt. Everest has a cedar interior which is really nice smelling, and nice and bright with plenty of windows. There is a convertible table that folds up or down to be used for dining or your laptop.
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