Built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses for a client in Minnesota, the 24-foot Timberwolf tiny home features a fully off-grid solar system and an elevator bed suspended above the living room.
The exterior siding is a mix of cedar tongue-and-groove, Shou Sugi Ban accents, and recycled barn wood. A fold down deck and fold up awning create an outdoor living space.
The off-grid solar system includes six (6) 320 watt solar panels mounted on the roof, batteries and inverter in the bump-out over the tongue, two propane tanks, a 60-gallon freshwater tank and pump, and a Nature’s Head composting toilet.
In the living room is a U-shaped built-in couch, Cubic Grizzly wood stove, and a custom kennel for the owner’s husky.
Above the living room is the elevator bed, which is operated with an electric wench. The bottom of the bed has a beautiful wood art design made from rustic white oak with whitewash and clear coat finishes.
The kitchen is equipped with a white apron sink, blue base cabinets and white upper cabinets, 10 cu.ft. refrigerator under the stairs, a propane cooktop, and a combo microwave/vent hood. The live edge counter was custom made using walnut, maple, and oak.
The bedroom loft is accessed by storage stairs and has beetle kill pine flooring that matches the ceiling. The cubbies at the edge of the loft provide extra storage space and privacy.
Below the loft is the full bathroom with washer/dryer combo, vessel sink on a live edge counter, closet space, 32″ shower stall, and the composting toilet.
The Timberwolf was approximately $95,000 including the solar setup. For more information about this tiny house, please contact Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.
Also available from Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses:
- Infinitely Stoked
- San Juan
- Ad Astra
- La Luna Llena
- Otsego Gooseneck
- Red Mountain
- Harmony Haven
- Ol’ Berthoud Blue
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