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Wax nostalgic in this tradition-filled 2-bedroom tiny red house




    The Mount Hood Tiny House Village, about an hour outside Portland, Ore., features a quaint array of tiny homes for rent all within a golf shot or two from the majestic Mt. Hood National Forest.
    With the eye-popping Mount Hood just around the corner, the cherry-red home known as the Scarlett Tiny House is touted for its “farmhouse charm,” readily evident in its balanced array of windows, its classic roof lines and a trim white picket fence embracing a diminutive porch.

    The homes in this micro-shelter village are made by the Sonoma, Calif.-based Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, which takes its mission of building eco-friendly structures seriously. Let’s see what they came up with.

    Here’s a view of the Scarlett Tiny House that gives you a sense of the setting. This tiny house community is comprised of five different Tumbleweed structures, all of which are oozing with charm. The Scarlett was created off Tumbleweed’s Elm model.


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