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Tiny Mountain Homes: Lincoln Peak
Tiny Mountain Homes crafts 21 appropriately titled tiny homes named after peaks or mountains but Lincoln Peak piqued our interest. At 18 ft. long and 210 square feet, Lincoln Peak has plenty of space. The home also has several windows for natural light and gives room for a 7×8 ft. loft and a 36 in. shower.
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Rocky Mountain Homes: East Austin Rental
Like the Stanley, this 12 ft. option was built on a tight budget. The model utilizes reclaimed materials that provided an interesting look. Rocky Mountain Homes has produced tiny homes ranging in size up to 37 ft. as a fifth-wheel trailer option and has a pair of 10 ft. wide models.
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Each Tiny Heirloom home is custom-built for the owner. The company, founded by residential builders, works under the notion that small doesn’t mean a lack of luxury. In fact, by living simply and intentionally, there’s room for luxury where it really matters. The Tiny Home and Garden design lets funky tile and concrete countertops make a statement while still providing all the modern amenities inhabitants crave in tiny homes.
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