Cedar Mountain Tiny House Affordable Option from New Frontier

New Frontier Tiny Homes in Nashville has been making waves with their Alpha Tiny House. The $95,000 HGTV featured home is beautiful, but might be out of the financial range of most tiny home buyers. Luckily the company has a more affordable option.

The custom Cedar Mountain Tiny House is $69,000.

The Cedar Mountain Tiny House, a custom home by New Frontier might fit the pocketbook a bit better. The tiny house on wheels is $69,000 and includes not only a sleeping loft, full kitchen and bathroom, but also a sleeping nook that can also be used as an office.

The house features a cozy nook that can be used for sleeping or working.




The sleeping nook features a custom-made fold-out bed with storage underneath and a desk or table that folds down from the wall. The house also has a second loft above the kitchen for storage. The kitchen has custom cabinetry, stainless steel countertops, a two-burner induction cooktop, and a small fridge/freezer.

The second loft area holds the AC/heating unit as well as extra storage.



The details are what make this tiny house stand out. Not only are there over a dozen windows in the home, but many of the accessories have been repurposed, the walls are covered with shiplap and the floor with hardwood.

The kitchen has aluminum countertops and plenty of windows.


New Frontier also offers various toilet options for the wet bath. Choose from a Separett or Nature’s Head composting toilet, incinerating toilet, RV low-flush, sawdust or traditional flush toilet.

New Frontier Tiny Homes offers several toilet options for the bathroom.


While the Cedar Mountain is a custom home, New Frontier can build similar homes from between 18 to 40 feet and around 120 to 250 square feet. The house can be used as a vacation home, guesthouse or supplemental income. New Frontier will also deliver any custom home within the Continental U.S. Delivery rates will vary by location.

The sleeping loft is accessed via a ladder that can be stored against the wall.

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Photos by New Frontier Tiny Homes

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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Leah - September 12, 2016 Reply

It looks well thought out and nicely finished. I personally could not deal with a ‘wet bath’ however it may appeal to others. I do love a stainless steel counter and sink for easy cleaning and drip drying dishes.

    Lisa E. - September 12, 2016 Reply

    I agree. I’m not down with a wet bath, especially with wood flooring. Better to make a full-on shower out of the sleep “nook”.

      Lisa E. - September 12, 2016 Reply

      And $69,000 is pretty pricey for no washer/dryer.

Debbie Miller - October 3, 2016 Reply

These prices are ridiculous. The Tiny House movement, which started out by and for people who liked simplicity and saving money has become chic and trendy, often with an emphasis on luxury. Prices are well beyond the average tiny house enthusiast.

    Rick - October 6, 2016 Reply

    I think a growing number of people still want luxury but realize they don’t need it from massive housing that they don’t use most of. This is for that group. Nothing wrong with that. Different strokes for different folks.

    janice bryan - January 2, 2017 Reply

    I agree these prices are way too high

Dolly - October 7, 2016 Reply

Like to know more about prep for plumbing and electric. Is a well and septic necessary. Would like to put a tiny house on a lot behind my house for supplemental income.

Janet - October 19, 2016 Reply

Affordable? I don’t think so! This tiny house is too expensive for me. I won’t pay more than $35,000 for a tiny house, and it takes a lot of looking, but they’re out there. I’m moving to Spur, TX, so I’m having my tiny house built in TX. Sorry to say, but the Tiny House builders have become overpriced. Look for cabins, sheds and containers that will finish them for you and allow you to rent to own. The RV companies are making tiny homes that look outstanding. I don’t need an oven/stove because I have an induction plate. I don’t need a bathtub, just a shower. A loft bedroom is great. I don’t need granite or shiny stainless steel counters. I use a butcher block to do my chopping and cutting, so a basic counter top is fine with me. What happened to BASIC and affordable?

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DAVID - December 6, 2016 Reply

I built a 300 sqm tiny house recently, doing most of the work myself, and it still cost me about $60,000 US. The house is on stumps and is fully approved and legal; the legals cost about $6000 US (plans, permits, insurance ). So I am not surprised that this house cost so much. But “so much”is not much at all compared to the price of standard housing, which in much of Melbourne (Australia) is around half a million dollars on a small block of land. To get a decent tiny house you are looking at $50,000 plus. If you want to correspond with me about my tiny house my email is david@biggles.com.au

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