Madhatter Tiny Homes is a tiny house manufacturer based in Wilsonville, Oregon. The company is a startup with a very cool approach reflected in its name. As Christina Mendez explains, “Our company name is Madhatter Tiny Homes, which ties directly into what we do; we make the tiny homes UNIQUE TO THE BUYER. We want their wildest imagination and unique personality to be seen when someone visits their tiny home on wheels.”
The company has recently completed a masterpiece on wheels called the Mountain Bungalow which is in search of its forever home. Let’s take a look.
Here is an exterior shot of the Mountain Bungalow. There are several things which stand out to me about this design. The first is of course the large windows, which keep the living area open and airy. The second is the beautiful wide porch, and the third is actually the sloped roof. A lot of tiny houses lean toward roofs which are either flat or very gently sloped. But a steeper slope like this would be great for a cold climate (like a mountain region) which gets a lot of snow.
The porch provides some shelter from the elements as well as shade from the sun. The bright blue doors contrast with the warmth of the wood.
From this angle you can see the other side of the house as well as the back, including the high, narrow windows in the loft.
Let’s step through those beautiful doors and see what the interior is like.
The two doors can be opened wide to let in fresh air.
Here you can see the entire interior layout at a glance. The ceiling under the pitched roof is angled as well, opening up the interior space.
Here is another angle.
The loft is quite roomy, and as you can see, flooded with light from the windows all around as well as the skylight.
Here is a view looking back from downstairs to the doors. It’s hard to believe this tiny house is just 230 square feet inside, isn’t it?
Wondering why the interior of the shell is incomplete? This goes back to Madhatter’s philosophy that the buyer should have a chance to have a direct hand in the design and development of the home. Madhatter builds the shells, and then works closely with the purchaser to customize the interior.
The price for the shell of the Mountain Bungalow is $25,000. The completed Mountain Bungalow is estimated to cost around $35,000, with the cost varying depending on the features the buyer selects.
Interested in owning the Mountain Bungalow? Visit Madhatter Tiny Homes on Facebook. For a very reasonable price, this beautiful tiny house could be yours, customized to fit your every need!