You’d think the full climbing wall would be hard to top, but the really amazing part of the Tiny Adventure House is inside. Through the garage door (or, if you prefer, a more conventional portal on the other side) you find a gorgeous interior that bespeaks upscale country elegance every bit as much as the climbing wall does adventure. Gleaming steel, beautiful woods, bright paintwork and glossy tiles abound – as do almost all the necessities for a luxurious lifestyle. There’s a kitchen with a large sink and a full-size fridge and oven; a built-in dining nook that seats six; a bathroom with a slide-out arched door, custom sink and deep, curving bathtub; and two lofts, one for sleeping and one that actually has enough headroom to function as a sitting room or home office. The firm responsible for all this magnificence is Portland’s Tiny Heirloom, who aren’t exactly known for their gentle pricing (they start at $89K, and the last one we profiled cost $117K base plus around $25K in extra charges that the client disputes), so this may be squarely in the ‘nice to look at’ category for many people… with that said, enjoy the pictures!