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The 30’x10′ Huckleberry Has an Extra Wide Layout and Unique Vintage Fixtures


The Huckleberry is a 30’x10′ extra wide and single-story tiny house on wheels with an open concept living space, a walk-through bathroom, and the main floor bedroom.

It’s packed with unique features like a vintage wood stove and claw foot bathtub, handmade cabinetry, rough sawn wood details, and diamond-shaped windows.  It was designed and built by Rewild Homes Ltd on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

30-ft. Huckleberry Tiny House, 10-ft. Wide!

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The living room and kitchen are minimalist and very open concept.  The owner is a yoga teacher who wanted lots of space to practice.

There’s a bay window with a built-in bench to create a little reading nook and a vintage Jotul wood stove for heating, cooking, and baking!

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The kitchen has custom cabinetry built with an assortment of wood, including reclaimed old-growth pieces and leftover cedar shakes.  The sink is granite, and it has a drainboard to protect the wooden countertop.

There’s a portable induction cooktop in case it’s too hot or inconvenient to light the woodstove, as well as a small breakfast bar, storage shelves, and a full-size fridge.

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The walk-through bathroom has a beautiful cast iron clawfoot tub, a flush toilet, and a reclaimed sink and vanity.  On the other side of the room is a stackable washer and dryer, as well as a mudroom with swivel coat hooks and a dutch door.

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At the far end of the tiny house is the main floor bedroom (no loft here!), which is separated from the rest of the home with a soft close barn door.  It fits a double bed against the wall and has wall to wall closet storage with sliding doors to ensure the electrical panel is never covered.

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Check out the video below for a full tour and to meet Jess and Pat from Rewild Homes!

VIDEO: Fine Crafted DREAM TINY HOUSE with Extra Wide Layout & Unique Vintage Fixtures

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Danielle Chabassol
Danielle is a digital nomad who is passionate about tiny spaces, living with less, reducing waste and eating plant-based food. Danielle is half of the Exploring Alternatives blog & video project. You can find more of her at www.ExploringAlternatives.ca and her Exploring Alternatives YouTube Channel.
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  • Avatar Mira
    December 29, 2020, 9:15 pm

    Very nice design and materials.
    Elderly couple (us) looking for a small one floor tiny – within 100 miles of Charlotte, NC Estimate: 10’ wide x 20’ long w/fold down double or queen bed. Would love tub/shower if it can fit + stackable washer/dryer.
    Any leads – very welcome. Can be a used one for sale or build it. Please help…we must move in sometime in April.

  • Avatar Maria Kentala
    January 16, 2021, 5:43 am

    Bathroom is too cramped. They could have used the other side of the room better. Washer/dryer could have been put in kitchen next to the frig.

  • Avatar jerry dycus
    January 16, 2021, 5:48 am

    May I suggest contacting one yourself?
    Get a simple single plane roof design 10′ wide, the best width I’ve found and find a space, hire a carpenter, electrician, etc are fairly cheap as the work goes so fast.
    Even handicapped 80% but very experienced I and another good all round construction worker we built most of my 10×16′ in just 2 days with just painting, finishing to do. And well shopped materials just $3k from Lowes, Home Depot.
    I like putting the kitchen, bath at 1 end and open plan the rest as you can use selected normal furniture and have different functions on each long side.
    I found 2′ wide storage lofts at 6′ high down each long wall holds huge amounts of stuff and in marked storage tubs easy to find, get to.
    As my lot, 2 THs are paid for in 97 I live on under $150/month for power, trash, water, internet and phone which allows a good life in only $800/mo SS.
    Think about building 2 or more for rentals as so cheap done this way. Be choosy whom you rent to with big deposits and good contracts or by the week.

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan
    January 16, 2021, 5:00 pm

    Very pretty and very well designed. It looks comfortable for living.

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