With its master bedroom loft and gooseneck bedroom, the Starling by Rewild Homes offers plenty of space for a growing family. The gooseneck tiny home is 33-feet long and built on a triple axle trailer.
The natural wood exterior gives the Starling a rustic finish that fits its surroundings perfectly on Vancouver Island.
Inside the Starling are white walls and ceiling with dark wood trim. As you first enter the home you’ll see a convertible seating and dining area that folds down into a bed. Each seat has storage space underneath. There is also an entry closet and a nook with deep shelves behind one seat.
The U-shaped kitchen features dark wood countertops with breakfast bar, a 24″ four burner propane range, high-efficiency fridge with bottom freezer, and double sink with gooseneck faucet. The kitchen has 6’6″ of space between the floor to the underside of the open beam ceiling.
An L-shaped staircase with handrail leads up to the master bedroom loft. The gorgeous loft railing is a custom aluminum art piece from local Vancouver Island artist, Wroughten Art. The loft also has a built-in closet with shelves and room for hanging clothes.
The bedroom over the gooseneck has 6’6″ of headroom. This would be a great bedroom, but the space could also be used as an office, studio, or living area.
The bright, modern bathroom has gray tile on the floor and shower walls. The short end wall has white subway tile with gray grout. Also in the bathroom is a wall-mounted sink, combo washer/dryer, and composting toilet. The ceiling is 7’0″, which allows for storage space above the bathroom.
For more information about the Starling, please contact Rewild Homes.
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