The Leavenworth Tiny House Village in Washington is a tiny house lover’s dream come true! The village is full of tiny houses with German-influenced architecture ranging from 180 to 300 square feet. We’re going to share several of their homes with you over our next posts and first up is the Rudolph. This 250 square foot tiny house is (obviously) bright red with brown trim. A small porch is off the front of the home and window boxes grace most of the windows adding charm and appeal.
This home just oozes character from every angle! We love the architecture of this tiny house.
Inside, the home is just as charming with light wood surfaces and a darker hardwood floor to add balance. The living room is in the front of the home with a futon that can be used as a guest bed and a small table that can be folded flat against the wall.
The kitchen wraps around the back corner of the house with deep cabinets and drawers on the bottom and a wooden countertop. A small stainless steel sink sits in front of one window with an electric cooktop in front of the other.
A ladder-style staircase is off of the living room taking you up to the double loft where two beds are tucked away.
A twin-size bed is on one side with a light on the wall to help you see at night and guardrails for safety.
On the other side is a queen-sized bed. You definitely don’t have much privacy between the two but it’s perfect for a family with younger children.
The adorable Rudolf starts at $149 per night. For more information on this tiny house rental and others, go to http://www.leavenworthtinyhouse.com/home. You can also connect with Leavenworth Tiny House Village on social media at: