“Home is where you park it” is the motto of Tiny Heirloom, a Portland, Oregon-based manufacturer of luxury travel trailers. For $75,000, the company will build you a house on wheels you can tow around the country–or park permanently in a scenic spot.
Let’s look take a tour:
Photography courtesy of Tiny Heirloom.
Above: Starting at a base price of $75,000, customers work with a company engineer can customize the floor plan, exterior facade, and interior design says Tiny Heirloom founder Tyson Spiess: “Once we have something you love drawn up, we work with our engineer to get it ready to build in Portland, Oregon.”
Above: On the exterior, you can customize trailer length, paint color, and roof pitch.
The tiny house qualifies as a travel trailer, so you can tow it on any road. When parking it, find a concrete pad, driveway, or level ground.
Above: The interior floor plan can be customized depending on whether you prefer a large kitchen, a full bathroom, or a generous living room.
Above: The base model comes with granite countertops, painted or stained cabinets and cupboards, real-wood or bamboo flooring, a Dickinson P-12000 heater, stainless steel appliances, and a combination washer-dryer.
Above: In the kitchen area, a subway tile backsplash.
Above: A small closet is big enough for the combination washer-dryer.
Above: The bedroom in a loft above the kitchen.
Above: Open shelving in the bathroom.
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