Live The Life Of Luxury Inside The Mt. Bachelor!
Immediately, I have fallen for this home. I mean, how can you not with that adorable hippo chair. Regardless, the structure of Mt. Bachelor flows nicely. A big contributor to the flow is the use of a double loft. It elevates the home and gives more space for designated areas. However, it is easy to have a double loft that actually infringes on your space. Comparatively, deciding between a staircase and a ladder is important. Additionally, having two staircases can cut into the middle space of the home. Considering this home is 26′, they decided to use two ladders. More so, the spiral ladder is a definite favorite.
“Somewhere between the bottom of the climb and the summit is the answer to the mystery why we climb.”-Greg Child
Recently, I have seen tiny homes get larger and larger. Every once in a while, it’s good to remember how tiny you can live. In this home, the furniture can be arranged in many ways to accommodate your needs. Depending on the layout chosen by Tiny Mountain Homes, you can support 2-8 people. Additionally, the design elements are incorporated into the floor plan. Choices like lighting have a drastic effect on the atmosphere. Or even, the amount of windows the designer chooses to use. With these simple choices, your home can feel luxurious even if considered small.
Deep In The Mountain
Now to the nitty gritty of this mountain home. To start, there is a 10 gallon combination water heater, an electric wall mounted heater and 30 amp 110v electrical service. The list can go on as they added shut off valves, hookup for ceiling fans, electrical outlets in the loft and living spaces. Easily the most important: a propane hookup with an easy connect regulator and storage tank shelf. Definitely check out Tiny Mountain Homes for all the many specifications of this home.