City dwellers Mark and Mary longed for a mountain retreat, and a Tiny House was the perfect solution. Not only is it a more affordable option than most other housing, but it’s also easy to maintain and heat in the winter.
source/image(PrtSc): Tiny House Giant Journey
And the home they designed was built to sleep six people comfortably! Allowing the couple to share the space with their friends and family.Mark and Mary are grateful to the Methow Conservancy for its amazing work protecting the visual beauty and environmental health of the Methow Valley.
The house measures 32 ft (10 m)-long and a road-legal 8.5 ft (2.5 m)-wide, and has a total floorspace of 416 sq ft (38.6 sq m). Visitors enter directly into a living room, which includes a large ouch, a gas heater, and some storage space.
The room is connected to a kitchen that features granite counters, lots of cabinet space and full-size appliances, such as a four-burner range oven and fridge/freezer. The bathroom looks quite small but does have a full-size bath/shower, toilet and sink.