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Tiny Mountain Houses’ 255 Square Foot Mt. Everest Model Made From Knotty Pine

Few of us will ever get the chance to climb the highest mountain in the world, Mt. Everest, but now we can buy a tiny house with the same name!

Tiny Mountain Houses’ Mt. Everest model comes in at a modest 255 square feet, but includes a massive lofted sleeping area big enough to fit your California King bed.

Prices for the Mt. Everest start at a touch over $39,000 after a manufacturer’s rebate.

Mt Everest tiny home on wheels

Made from knotty pine paneling, the base price includes a two burner electric stove, 3.1 cubic foot refrigerator (with freezer), track lighting, and a lot more.

Some additional specs that you might find interesting:

  • R-11 insulation in walls, floor, and ceiling
  • Cedar porch deck
  • brushed nickel door hardware (both indoors and outdoors)
  • 30 amp electric service, complete with power cord
  • heavy duty plank flooring
  • RV-type toilet (but you could upgrade to a residential-sized RV toilet if you wanted)

100% financing is available if you qualify.

First floor of Mt Everest tiny house

Kitchen in tiny home

That’s one big loft area!

Sleeping loft area

Wide angle view of tiny house

Side profile of Mt Everest tiny house

Mt Everest tiny house from rear

Overview of the floor plan.

Mt Everest floor plan

Take a video tour of the Mt. Everest tiny house by Tiny Mountain Homes.

https://youtu.be/9XJVnaAIw5A

Original video by Tiny Mountain Houses

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