Built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses is this 24-foot industrial style tiny house, Wanderlust. The house was built for a military couple that wanted a home they could take with them wherever they get stationed. The couple liked two designs, the Shedsistence and the Tiny House Lab, so they combined the designs and added their own touches.
The shell has the shed roof with ridge break like the Shedsistence and the 30-degree v-nose like the Tiny House Lab. The result was an aerodynamic house with additional storage and better weight distribution.
The Wanderlust was built on drop axles, which gave them an additional 4″ of interior height. They used the extra space to build a 14″ platform across the majority of the floor. Under the platform is an 80 gallon freshwater tank, 60 gallon greywater tank, and abundant in floor storage for their outdoor gear.
The interior has surface mounted electrical conduit and the plumbing lines are in heated space. The house was constructed with structural insulated panels (SIPs) for added strength and insulation value over traditional framing.
The kitchen is equipped with a dark blue clay fired apron sink, 24″ gas range with modern range hood, washer/dryer combo, and a bottom freezer fridge. The bathroom includes a 42″ shower, composting toilet, and vessel sink on a barn wood platform.
The Wanderlust was sold for $67,000. Note: some of the finishes will be completed by the owners, which is why a few items weren’t in the pictures (couch cushions, doors/drawers for the living room cabinet, etc.).
For more details about the Wanderlust, please visit Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.
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