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The 24′ Fox Sparrow Tiny Home by Rewild Homes

This is the 24′ Fox Sparrow Tiny Home on Wheels by Rewild Homes.

the Fox Sparrow boasts a huge master loft and a live-edge breakfast bar perfect for brunches and BBQs.

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The 24′ Fox Sparrow Tiny Home by Rewild Tiny Homes

Images © Rewild Homes

 

Images © Rewild Homes

Spacious, modern, and bright. Designed by our team of experts, the Fox Sparrow boasts a huge master loft and a live-edge breakfast bar perfect for brunches and BBQs. Custom 24’ dual-axle 14,000lb GVW trailer Vancouver Island western cedar siding Non-off gassing stains 50amp electrical service Glass surround shower (not shown in photos) 7.2cuft stainless steel fridge 4-burner propane cooktop Double black granite sink Recessed LED lighting Live edge bartop Butcherblock counters Custom bench with storage Custom staircase with storage Soft-close drawers throughout Propane Dickenson heater External accessory propane BBQ tether Precision Temp RV-550 NSP propane on-demand water heater Optional additions: Composting toilet Washer/dryer combo unit.

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  • amsterdamsel March 27, 2017, 2:26 pm

    This is a really nice, clean-lined, modern THOW. Good job! Of course, there are always things on-lookers would do differently – for me, it would be to make the counter extension a fold-down, but that’s just me. Otherwise, this THOW is top drawer in *MY* chiffonier!
    One of the things I’ve always had problems solving is finding the optimum spot for the heating unit. I’m not crazy about the location, here, but can understand it. Cheers!

  • HOLLY G Clift March 27, 2017, 3:08 pm

    I love this floor plan but I would get a bigger sectional for the couch and under the stairs I would put closets or boxes for more storage. I’d maybe reduce the size of that table space. I’d have to really see this to decide for sure.

  • Elle March 27, 2017, 5:45 pm

    This tiny house looks amazingly spacious for 24′. It’s got great lines, a stair and a real bathroom. (Although, I don’t see the shower.) Nice. Like it.

    • dana March 27, 2017, 8:33 pm

      you will see a corner of the shower pan in the 3rd to last shot, page 2, view from the kitchen into the bath (on the right). looks like a generous 4′ or 5′ shower…..and what a beautiful “barn door” closure for the bath.

      the only thing that always bugs me is:
      *where does the mop and broom fit?
      *and why are the windows always so goofy? (never seem to work right on the exterior)

  • iris cutforth March 27, 2017, 7:04 pm

    Lovely! I was wondering, if I was to go the route, if I could build a rollout under the counter with a mattress that folds out, or two rollouts, one sponge mattress and use the loft for storage (and tuck my feet under the counter? and replace the stairs with a closet with a stair case that folds out from a storage unit? I’m not much for climbing. Then, again, why not just have a junior size or medium size sofa that folds out into a bed? Your ideas show that you gave a lot of thought to your project.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee March 28, 2017, 11:24 am

      I bet Rewild would love to work with you 🙂 Send them a message! http://www.rewildhomes.com/contact/

    • dana March 28, 2017, 7:34 pm

      if you asked them to switch the door and side window, you could fit a queen or king bed/frame on rollers underneath the living room, raising it a mere 18-24inches above the floor, depending on bed clearance/mattress thickness required. Company comes, you just roll it back under….(says the woman who won’t always make her bed, and has bad knees for loft living).

  • Danielle DiLisio March 27, 2017, 9:26 pm

    Beautifully done and I love all the natural light!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee March 28, 2017, 11:19 am

      That’s what I noticed as well. Lovely natural lighting!

  • Carol Perry July 20, 2017, 4:32 pm

    This home is Amazing! I just love everything about it!🌹

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