This is the 24′ Warbler Tiny House on Wheels.
It’s built by Rewild Homes in Vancouver Island.
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24′ Warbler Tiny House by Rewild Homes
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No pics or video of shower/tub?
Sorry Hawk! — Tiny House Talk Team
New owner can add color or stain accents to brighten this up. Looks to have plenty of storage. No price listed.
Yes 🙂 Color goes a long way! — Tiny House Talk Team
Although I am not overly fond of all the wood walls inside, but I find it will have a very clean overall living. Well done!
It’s pretty lovely! — Tiny House Talk Team
Nice looking Tiny House…! I like it’s bright appearance from the natural light coming, really gives the place a nice clean look…!
Yes it does! — Tiny House Talk Team
Love the stairs to the loft. Thankx for sharing!
There were a lot of nice features and clean, bright style. I really liked the door to the bathroom, the skylights in the loft and the stairs, (really don’t like the ladders at all). One thing I would change is the stove in front of the window. There is a reason stoves are never put in front of a window. The glass shatters, especially if it’s cold outside. The temperature fluctuation is too much. I did like the stove choice. I didn’t see the shower and that’s important to me. Other than the stove positioned in front of the window, the tiny house is really nice and for such a small size, 24′ is very well thought out.
This is a lovely house. However, I have one question that I keep forgetting to ask & this house illustrates it quite well. I can see a young person not having an issue but you know many TH peeps are seniors. I just can’t imagine how in the world, even with a very necessary railing, could us older folk pull ourselves up such hi-riser steps. Anyone can answer. Thanks all of you & again, these folks did a good job except the placement of the stove will be a problem. I hope they can find a way to fix that before someone buys it and then realizes… Blessings to all… GGG
There are tiny houses designed for folks who don’t like lofts — see our no loft section 🙂 https://tinyhousetalk.com/category/no-loft-tiny-homes-2/