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33-Foot Starling Tiny House with Impressive Bathroom, Main Floor Bedroom, And More…


This is the 33-foot Starling Tiny House by Rewild Homes. It’s a gooseneck-built tiny home that was designed and built for a growing family. So it has a master loft bedroom plus another private bedroom on the main floor.

They’ve even squeezed in other really cool features like a convertible dining area with storage, a full kitchen, a very nice full bathroom with a bathtub, an entry closet, a combo washer/dryer, and more. What are some of the must-have features for your tiny house?

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Growing Family’s 33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

Images © Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

Images © Rewild Homes

The Starling is a 33’ gooseneck style tiny home designed for a growing family. With a master loft bedroom and a second private room on the main floor, there’s plenty of space for a kid’s room, an office, a studio, or whatever else your family needs some extra space for.

Do you love this tiny house? Want Rewild Homes to build yours? Learn how to get started with them here.

Sources

  1. http://www.rewildhomes.com
  2. http://www.rewildhomes.com/gallery
  3. http://www.rewildhomes.com/start-the-process
  4. http://www.rewildhomes.com/contact
  5. http://www.rewildhomes.com/blog/2019/1/7/the-starling-33-tiny-home-1
  6. https://www.facebook.com/rewildhomes/

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  • Avatar Alison March 18, 2019, 6:39 pm

    The scenic railing is really cool.

    • Avatar James D. March 19, 2019, 12:46 am

      The scenic railing is a custom aluminum art piece from a Vancouver artist, Wroughten Art…

  • Avatar sherry wood March 19, 2019, 12:51 pm

    I like this tiny house. And I love the “artistic railing” that allowed air to circulate in the upper bedroom. Now, I know this isn’t everyone’s cup of tea….but I love the white. I would have preferred a light stained wood, because the “dark” is so defining. But a ” white” psychologically enlarges a room. I will never forget when my favorite yellow-cream colored restaurant was painted white, and what a huge difference it made. Who knew going from a cream yellow inside would make such a huge difference, in make the space feel bigger ?
    SW

  • Avatar Peggy March 19, 2019, 2:57 pm

    A beautifully laid out plan. Encompasses every thing necessary for comfortablle living. However, it would add perspective to know price and, considering size, weight. All featured THOWS should add a dry weight. I’m guessing this THOW would require a dually f350 at least. So add in 75-80 thousand for the tow vehicle.

    • Avatar James D. March 19, 2019, 10:43 pm

      I agree that most should include more information on the specs of the home but something to keep in mind is that most people never move their tiny house more than 1-3 times for the life of the home.

      So, unless you’re one of the few who really need to be able to move on a moments notice or will be moving it a lot then you may only need to rent a truck or hire a moving company… The later having the benefit of having a pro driver do the move and backed by insurance to cover any potential damage during the move.

      If the home is less than 10,000 lbs then you can even just rent a Uhaul truck… Tiny House Expedition, for example, uses that option when they need to move.

      So owning the tow vehicle, and dealing with all the extra costs it’ll involve, is usually optional for most people…

  • Avatar Theresa Perdue March 21, 2019, 3:24 pm

    I love it😍!! Now I just have to win the lottery

  • Avatar Eunice April 1, 2019, 6:57 pm

    Are there any tiny house builders that will give a free estimate on building a tiny house. I have my plans but I would like to know how much I would have to pay someone to build it my way.

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