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20-Foot Sparrow Tiny House by Blue Sky Tiny Homes


This is the Sparrow Tiny House by Blue Sky Tiny Homes. It’s a contemporary tiny house on wheels which starts at $45,000. It offers 160-square-feet on the main level plus 60-square-feet in the loft. If you don’t like lofts, don’t worry because I think you could easily use the living area to sleep on the main floor in this design.

Inside, you have space for a queen bed in the loft, a daybed or sleeper sofa in the living area, a full kitchen, dining nook, plenty of cabinets for storage, and a relatively large bathroom with enough space for a washer/dryer. Pretty good for 160-square-feet, right? It also features a large window in the living area that really brings the outside in, so to speak.

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160-Square-Foot Sparrow Tiny House by Blue Sky Tiny Homes: Daybed, Kitchen, Dining Nook, Cabinets, and a Large Bathroom

Sparrow Tiny House by Blue Sky Tiny Homes

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The Sparrow Tiny House Floor Plan (20’x8′)

Sparrow Tiny House Floor Plan by Blue Sky Tiny Homes

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Specs Sheet

Sparrow THOW Specs

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Highlights

  • 160 sq. ft.
  • Sleeps 3-4
  • One Loft
  • Queen Bed
  • 10 ft. ceilings
  • $45,000.00

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Featuring a shed style roof, open floor plan and 10 foot ceilings making this Tiny Home feel spacious.

Learn more: http://blueskytinyhomes.com/

Related: Tiny House on Wheels with Big Kitchen and Double-Sink Vanity

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  • Avatar Karen Blackburn
    January 23, 2019, 6:15 am

    Very spacious seeming, airy, lovely usable kitchen, great breakfast table, space in bathroom can easily be used for storage, loft ideal for storage or visitors. Would prefer to add on approximately 5′ plus a curtain by the day bed. This would enable me to use the daybed as a night bed (curtain can conceal mess if needed and also turn into a private room at night) but also as extra seating if needed and have space for a table and a couple of chairs for morning coffee with a friend/work/dinner and a couple of easy chairs to sit and read in and/or drink a liqueur at night. This is one of a very short list of THoWs I could live in. Really really good clean practical design.

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