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Mouse House Tiny Homes of Boise, Idaho, built this 22′ cedar sided custom tiny house.  Made to withstand cold, snowy winters, the Huckleberry was engineered for snow load, has R21 rigid insulation, and it has a 12,000 BTU Dickenson propane heater.  Large windows throughout the house allow for ample natural light.

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Inside, you’ll find 5″ hickory hardwood flooring, two bedroom lofts, and detailed woodwork including a distressed barn door.  The full kitchen comes with quartz counter-tops, custom painted Alder cabinets, a freestanding propane range, and an apartment size refrigerator.  High-end Moen plumbing fixtures are used in the kitchen and bathroom.

This custom built tiny house is listed for $68000. You can also view more details on the Mouse House Facebook page.

Huckleberry Tiny House living room

Tiny house living area

Tiny house kitchen space

Huckleberry Tiny House bathroom

Huckleberry tiny hose sleeping loft

Huckleberry tiny house sleeping loft ladder

Huckleberry Tiny House exterior

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Actually choosing to live in a tiny house requires a shift in thinking. You need to change your programming. You are are choosing to downsize the space you live in.

Maybe it is environmental concerns, financial concerns, and the desire for more time and freedom. For most Americans 1/3 to 1/2 of their income is dedicated to the roof over their heads; this translates to 15 years of working over your lifetime just to pay for it, and because of it 76% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck.

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