Lincoln Tiny House at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Lincoln Tiny House at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

This 261 square foot Lincoln tiny house on wheels is located at Mt. Hood tiny house village near Portland, Oregon. The tiny home design is the Cypress 24 model thats designed and built by Tumbleweed Houses. The outside of the tiny cabin design features cedar plank siding with red trim. Inside, there is a great room, kitchen, downstairs bedroom, bathroom, and large upstairs sleeping loft. The tiny home design makes good use of space with storage under the stairs and a dining table attached to the wall with bar stools underneath. Lots of wood inside and out ties this tiny cabin design together and makes it feel larger than its 261 square foot size. This tiny house design is available to rent for $139 a night; it sleeps five, has a full bathroom, kitchen and is pet-friendly for an additional fee. The Tiny House Village is located at Mt. Hood and offers a unique way to enjoy all that Portland, and the Pacific Northwest has to offer, while experiencing tiny house living in these charming tiny house designs. The tiny homes built by Tumbleweed, the tiny home designs are full of character and range in size from 175 square feet to 260 square feet.

The Mt. Hood Tiny House Village has tiny cabin designs on wheels built by the "Tumbleweed Tiny House Company." This tiny house designs company specializes in building tiny homes on wheels. There are several plans from the Cypress, the Linden, the Elm and the Mica to choose. You can also opt to design your tiny house design on wheels with this company. You can also learn to build your tiny house designs with "Tumbleweed, at one of their tiny house workshops that are held all over the country. Tiny house workshops are held in Sonoma, California, Los Angeles, Houston, Colorado Springs, Ann Arbor (Michigan), Asheville (North Carolina), Madison (Wisconsin), Boston and Orlando. Their two-day tiny house design workshops help you build your very own Tumbleweed tiny house RV no matter what your skill level is. The tiny house workshop is full of insightful and extensive information youll need to design and build your very own "Tumbleweed" tiny house design. You start by finding the tiny house design and model you like; then you choose a floor plan and layout options. From there, you can select from all sorts of standard options and upgrades.

Depending where you live there will be specific zoning laws with regards to tiny home designs on wheels. Zoning laws may differ from one municipality to the next, and can even differ from one part of the city to another area. That is why it's important to do your research before you start to build your tiny house design on wheels. You always want to know the exact laws before you build your tiny house design. You want to be prepared to either move where you can have a tiny house on wheels or consider lobbying the government to make changes. You want to know things like if you can legally park on the property you are considering, and whether or not you can live with your tiny home design full time throughout the four seasons.

This site is a great place to find lots of tiny home designs. On the "Tiny House Talk" site you will find everything from van dwellings to teardrop campers, tree houses to gypsy vardo caravans, backyard offices to house boats and so much more. You will also find some of the best tiny home plans from yurts, house boats, gingerbread cottages, tiny home designs, dome homes, travel trailers, and plenty more. **

Learn MORE at Tiny House Talk


To help with slow website load, we have put all photos for this article here: View photo gallery.