Tiny Home in Oregon With Simplistic Design and Japanese Influences





There’s no room for debate, tiny homes are … tiny and extremely beautiful to live in. Unlike lavish homes that get the eye with their luxurious designs, these small houses have a story to tell and will impress you with their strong personality. Much like this 280 sq ft home in Oregon, which manages to get the best of both worlds.

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While not built just for achieving a smaller environmental footprint and lower maintenance costs, this 10-foot by 20-foot, 15-foot tall tiny house is perfect for its owner, Chris Heininge, a builder and former Christian missionary. The whole design of the house is inspired by Heininge’s time spent in small but well-designed Japanese dwellings. And while it looks small, it has a spacious living room, a small kitchen with a small eat-in dining area, and a stunning 1,500-watt electrical fireplace tucked under the stairs.

The house is currently on sale for $70,000. Heininge has made sure it’s able to fit on a 20-foot flatbed trailer so he made sure he built it so that the loft’s walls and ceiling panels can be folded down.

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Note: The price includes all appliances and will include delivery withing 50 miles from Portland, Oregon.




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