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Wood Iron Tiny Homes North Sister Model

This is the North Sister tiny house model by Wood Iron Tiny Homes, a new tiny house builder in Oregon.

It features a wonderfully spacious living room with a comfortable storage couch, a great loft bedroom with storage stairs, and an awesome tile backsplash in the kitchen that I’m coveting. Thanks to Tiny Living for telling us about this home!

Get all the details below and be sure to check out Wood Iron Tiny Homes if you like this home. Enjoy!

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North Sister Model With An Awesome Kitchen

Images via Wood Iron Tiny Homes

Love the great storage stairs up to the loft bedroom.

View from the kitchen to the living room.

Here’s the look of the full kitchen area and the bathroom.

Cool mantle piece over the electric heater.

I absolutely love this deep sink and that there’s an oven.

Here’s the refrigerator. Looks like so much space!

The tile backsplash is just too beautiful in this house.

A close-up of the oven in the kitchen.

There’s even hanging storage under the sink.

The live-edge shelves are beautiful!

Tons of drawer space in the kitchen.

Looking from the staircase down to the living room.

I like that this couch has storage underneath, but is comfy!

Awesome shower with corrugated metal.

The wooden slats in the shower look luxurious!

Could you live in a house like this one?

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Details: 

  • 2×4 Doug Fir framing
  • Energy efficient
  • R-18 walls + R-21 ceiling + R-10 floor
  • Fiberglass and Thermasheath insulation
  • Standing seam leak-proof roofing
  • RV / septic hookup
  • One-piece water saving toilet
  • Built-in cord storage box
  • 50 amp electric service/110V appliances
  • Full glass Doug Fir french doors
  • Keyless entry
  • Anderson wood-frame double-pane windows (x11!)
  • Cedar shingles
  • Breckenridge panels
  • Two-tone corrugated metal
  • 5×10 cedar porch with fold-down awning
  • Back entryway with fold-down steps, cedar porch, and coat rack
  • Western birch hardwood flooring
  • Cork stair treads with built-in storage
  • Ikea soft-close cabinets
  • Sleeping loft
  • Queen frame/mattress
  • Chaise lounge hide-a-bed
  • Italian stainless steel appliances
  • Double gas cooktop
  • Under-counter oven
  • Large fridge/bottom freezer
  • Farmhouse apron sink
  • Granite countertop
  • Blue pine bar dining
  • Walnut/leather bar stools
  • Silent convection heating
  • Electric fireplace
  • Eccotemp instant gas hot water heater
  • Italian 110v washer/dryer combo
  • LED lighting
  • Swing-out flatscreen
  • Wireless speaker/sub
  • Natural edge shelving throughout

Want a tiny house like this one? Contact Wood Iron Tiny Homes through their website here.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.
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  • Rachel V Gambino July 3, 2017, 1:22 pm

    Beautiful, nothing more to say

  • Genamalfi July 3, 2017, 1:38 pm

    It is exactly what I want, everything matches my wish list, with only a couple changes… and I’m pretty picky when dreaming! Thanks for showing me it can be done. Great job!

  • Alison July 3, 2017, 2:32 pm

    I like how they surface-mounted the copper water pipes to the shower, and made it a design feature (does the hot-water pipe get dangerously hot?). It sure looks nice. How long is this house?

    • James D. July 3, 2017, 3:13 pm

      They don’t list the dimensions but that deck is suppose to be 5′ x 10’… So I’d guest-estimate the length as 28’…

      As for the hot water pipe, it should only warm up when water is flowing, especially with an on-demand water heater that won’t heat the water until you start using it… and it’ll take awhile before the heat can be felt through the pipe…

      While it shouldn’t get very hot unless you set the heater too high… Mind, the water is only being heated and there’s no need to boil it with an on demand system… So, even if it feels hot it won’t be hot enough to be dangerous…

  • Beth Grant DeRoos July 3, 2017, 3:40 pm

    I SO love the stairs to the loft and the fact the place has a bit of a shed roof style so there is more head space where the steps meet the top of the loft. So many THOW’s seemed designed for only young people and as such wont appeal to folks who cannot handle ladders to lofts.

  • Tom Osterdock July 3, 2017, 5:19 pm

    I normally like the gabled roof design but the wagon top looks to have even more headroom. I will have to look at that. I looked at the website also but they do not mention the dimensions. I really like this style though. Very interesting.

  • Marsha Cowan July 3, 2017, 8:24 pm

    Really nice house. Unique design and decor, and very liveable.

  • jamie July 5, 2017, 10:35 am

    I think this is really well thought out interior, smartly executed. the outside while unusual does a great job of breaking up the large ‘slab sided’ look of TH with lofts, the opposing roof angles help here as well. Its really impossible to pick a fault with this build. Nice job. Love the ladder on the back too

  • Leah July 9, 2017, 12:49 am

    That particular backsplash is destined to be the avocado green of the twenty-teens.

    Otherwise, this is a very well-turned out home.

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