This 24-Foot Perfect Tiny Combines Two Lofts With a Dreamy Kitchen

It’s often said that the kitchen is the center of a home, its heart and soul. Even those who are ready to ditch a conventional lifestyle in favor of increased sustainability and freedom of movement can still sometimes miss the warm, cozy ambiance of a classic kitchen. Mary's Peak fulfills that dream – it's tiny, sustainable, and affordable, yet it comes with a great space for cooking and enjoying meals.
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Tiny Mountain Houses describes itself as a young company. Yet, looking at its impressive portfolio, that's hard to believe. It would be almost impossible not to find your ideal tiny home design among the numerous choices offered by this builder outside of Salem, Oregon.

Each one, from the smallest and simplest to the larger, more complex models, reflects the brand's commitment to three main principles – craftsmanship, comfort, and affordability. These are lovely dwellings packed with practical solutions that won't break the bank.

The 24-foot-long (7.3 meters) Mary's Peak is an average-sized tiny home on wheels (THOW), yet it offers nearly the maximum square footage. Tiny homes meant to circulate on the road legally cannot go beyond 399 square feet (37 square meters), which refers to the total main floor living space, including walls, cabinets, and cabinetry space. At 333 square feet (30.9 square meters), it's easy to see that Mary's Peak makes the most of the available space with two practical lofts.

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At first glance, it looks rather common, yet its smart configuration makes it surprisingly comfortable and even luxurious. This compact tiny can accommodate up to eight people, boasting generous sleeping space in both loft bedrooms as well as downstairs, where the lounge room can fit in a convertible sofa. If only two people need accommodation, the other rooms become available for a variety of purposes based on their lifestyle and specific needs.

The primary loft is fully worthy of becoming a main bedroom. At eight feet (2.4 meters), with a 68 square footage (6.3 square meters), it's more than enough for a king-sized bed with comfortable headroom.Multiple windows and strategic light fixtures add plenty of light, which makes it feel even more spacious.

The second loft area isn't much smaller, which is why it can work perfectly fine as a second bedroom. On the other hand, if the owners need extra storage, it's the perfect spot for storing larger items without cluttering the main floor area.

As for access to either of these loft spaces, Mary's Peak comes with a standard ladder, the classic solution that doesn't take extra space. However, many folks find ladders way too uncomfortable, especially in a tiny with two loft bedrooms. The team at Tiny Mountain Houses is ready to add custom staircases or ladders, and the variety and flexibility of these custom additions are truly remarkable.

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Everyone loves a comfortable bedroom, yet it's the kitchen where this tiny house design shows its true potential. This full galley kitchen has all the markings of residential goodness – generous counter space, spacious cabinet storage, premium appliances, and even an adorable built-in snack bar acting as a practical dining spot. Last but not least, huge 30 x 80-inch (76 x 203 cm) windows keep the entire area well-lit, ventilated, and connected to the outdoors.

Mary's Peak comes with a well-equipped kitchen, which includes a two-burner cooktop (either electric or propane), an apartment-sized stainless steel fridge, and a range hood. Multiple cabinets, including extended-height overhead cabinets, provide the ample storage of a much larger kitchen.

The optional snack bar is the cherry on top. Strategically placed at the end of the countertop, between the kitchen and the lounge area, it's a great little spot for enjoying meals. At the same time, it can double as a home office or working area.

The same kind of unexpected luxury is revealed in this tiny home's bathroom. Boasting the lavish size of a residential bathroom, it houses a 48-inch (121 cm) shower, a conventional toilet, and a large china sink with a full-base cabinet.

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A beautifully-crafted four-dour cabinet is perfect for linen storage. Surprisingly, there's enough room left for the addition of an optional single-unit washer-dryer with extra overhead storage space – you couldn't ask for more from a tiny house bathroom.

As you can tell, Mary's Peak doesn't offer too much attention to its lounge area. This is a home that focuses on comfortable sleeping arrangements, a family kitchen, and the quality of the appliances. Still, even its modest living area is sufficiently roomy and cozy.

Most importantly, it gets a lot of natural light and great views thanks to the multiple windows surrounding it. Another perk is the proximity to the snack bar, which makes it easy to turn the entire area into a welcoming, warm socializing space for family and friends get-togethers.

Like all Tiny Mountain Houses builds, Mary's Peak is also reasonably priced, starting at only $83,995. Further customizations can elevate its comfort level and functionality even more, and this simple yet crowd-pleasing tiny was designed to accommodate potential upgrades easily.

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About the author: Otilia Drăgan
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Otilia believes that if it’s eco, green, or groundbreaking, people should know about it (especially if it's got wheels or wings). Working in online media for over five years, she's gained a deeper perspective on how people everywhere can inspire each other.
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