Situated among the grapevines and overlooking the Columbia River, stands the newest project in Terence L. Thornhill, Architect extensive list of custom residential projects.

CLICK on pic above to check out the article about the Tiny House in the Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business!


Front view of 3D rendering before construction

Back view during construction

Front view during construction


Back view 3D rendering before construction

This "Tiny House" is a total of 397 square feet and is handicap accessible. It features a living room with a fully windowed, garage style, rolling door that opens to an expansive, wrap around wooden deck with views of the Columbia River and sweeping vineyard. This makes the living space much larger than it seems during the great summer months when the door can be rolled up to share the deck outside. The living room also includes a built in wine bar, with wine taps that serve both red and white wine varieties, a striking full length decorative wall, made of re-purposed wine barrel staves, and custom color changing lights to create an atmosphere of comfort and luxury.


The kitchen counter tops are polished concrete with a decorative edge.


A separate bedroom, with an attached bathroom, includes large windows and a door that overlooks the river to enjoy morning sunrises, and leads out to the deck, enticing residents to step outside and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.



Cork floors and exposed timber beams with tongue and groove car decking throughout, add a warm touch and tie together the "winery" theme of the project.




Alexandria Nicole Cellars will be hosting their Wine Club members with the opportunity to stay in this contemporary Tiny House. Take a video tour:


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Terence L. Thornhill collaborated with Elite Construction to complete this project. More information for Elite Construction can be found at:




The building is oriented to provide views, protection from afternoon sun and wind, and to maximize access to the vineyard.


The exterior of the building features a stainless steel section of an actual wine fermentation tank to evoke connectivity to the wine making experience.


Go to PICS of the ANC 2015 Harvest Party