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Big Ivy Tiny House by Blue Ridge Tiny Homes

This is the Big Ivy Tiny House on Wheels by Blue Ridge Tiny Homes in Barnardsville, North Carolina which is just north of Asheville.

This little house has a built in covered front porch. When you step inside you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and sleeping loft with dormers. You’ll also notice some of the natural wood finishings inside. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Big Ivy Tiny House by Blue Ridge Tiny Homes


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  • Ann
    August 7, 2015, 3:24 pm

    Very nice. I would like to have seen the bedroom, bathroom, as well as kitchen. They weren’t shown on their web site, either. : (

  • gale
    August 7, 2015, 5:37 pm

    Normally I am not a fan of wooden interiors because they are dark but this one has nice finishes and is really nice. There is enough contrasting color to break up the solid wood look. Great little home.

    • Gracie
      August 8, 2015, 4:21 am

      I agree Gale, I normally like white interiors, that said, this one is beautiful with different shades of wood. It gives it a cozy, homey feel to it. Very impressed with the quality workmanship.

  • Ruth Vallejos
    August 7, 2015, 7:00 pm

    Ditto – lots of nice detail shots, no sense of the overall plan and how the space feels.

    Looks good so far, though.

  • Lori
    August 7, 2015, 10:54 pm

    Brenda I hope you come back and read comments as I do not use Facebook. Just what town and county in Tn did you purchase lot? I live in Tn. And have done much research on the tiny life living. In fact I live in a 24 ft travel trailer in practice of tiny house living two yrs now. I have found out unless lots are grandfathered in with mobile homes in most counties is when its legal. Your only other option is parking it in a campground. The one in which we live is lovely in coffee county. Whispering oaks. With more than reasonable rent. Utilities included under 400 mnth. I have tried to contact Tn tiny homes as that builder was one of the first on the tiny house scene. I figured he would know best as to where zoning was tiny accepted. Still await answers. But since he is relocating to Colorado I am assuming the permanent site issues on private land in Tn is minimal. You can look up Tn tiny homes and further inquire maybe you would have better luck. But I wish you well on the legal issue with realtor\seller as I agree they deceived you on info. ALWAYS check with city zoning wherever you land as I have read and heard this issue on where its legal under 900 sqare ft. Is minimal at best. If your tiny house is delivered maybe we will be neighbors in the whispering oaks. We are still planning our build here in Tn come this fall. Take care and safe journies

    • Brenda
      August 23, 2015, 9:50 pm

      I have gone to a Lawyer and turned it over to him. I am just to tired to do it on my own. I bought an unrestricted lot in a small E. TN City, East of Knoxville. Both Realtors lied about the lot and so did the sellers and Title Company. It is in writing that the lot is unrestricted and I can put a mobile cabin on the lot. I don’t want to live in a trailer park. I want a private lot.

  • Patty
    August 8, 2015, 12:01 am

    I liked all the wood treatments; they added so much to the house. Very nice.

  • Greg
    August 8, 2015, 10:00 am

    yes, you got it right. 4th of July parade was moving so slow… Perfect moment for a photo opportunity.

  • Cynthia
    August 8, 2015, 10:07 am

    The picture with the child in it was taken at the Fourth of July parade in Barnardsville. I have seen this TH. It is ‘state of the art’.

  • Linda Bramwell
    August 8, 2015, 9:45 pm

    So charming! I love everything about it. I just want to see more. Thanks for sharing.

  • ev
    August 10, 2015, 3:16 pm

    i love all the little details (shelving, trimwork, etc) in this. It seems really homey.

  • Jaime
    August 12, 2015, 12:42 pm

    As soon as I saw the first pic this grabbed my attention, the proportions were good and not too big for the trailer. I thought it would be nice inside and was not disappointed. 🙂 Great build

  • Elle
    August 16, 2015, 4:41 am

    Check with the zoning and planning commission. Who is the realtor/company? If they’re legit or misrepresented themselves as such and further, deceived you to make this sale they are liable for all of your damages and whatever contract you made with them null and void. Whether they willfully deceived you or simply didn’t bother to research the ordinances and refuse to fully rectify the situation I’d shoot off a complaint to your state Attorney General AG and Real Estate Licensing Board, just for starters. The AG can shut them down and the latter can suspend or revoke their license and that of their principle broker.
    That said you have a beautiful, well designed home and I really hope you get this issue resolved and go on to fully enjoy it.

  • Brenda
    August 23, 2015, 9:55 pm

    It is a Parade!!! Enlarge the photo and you can see it is a parade. Children and Adults ride on parade floats all the time. There is nothing wrong with riding on a parade float.

  • Brenda
    August 23, 2015, 11:56 pm

    We bought the lot in February then I started looking for a tiny home. We went to the “il Lodges factory in Bear Creek AL in April and was very impressed with how these tiny homes were manufactured. We placed our order approximately 4 days after going to the factory. It is a very cute little house. We would not of ordered the house when we did if we had not secured an unrestricted lot before we ordered. Our “tiny house now sits in a storage lot East of Knoxville TN.

    • Chel
      October 10, 2015, 8:28 am

      Brenda I hope you include storage costs and current rent for accommodation when you look for damages redress. You are out of pocket on a large scale for that reason. Clearly not your fault since you asked questions at the outset. Glad you got everything in writing. Hope you get to move into your lovely new home soon.

  • Marsha Cowan
    October 9, 2015, 7:53 pm

    Oh man! I really, really like this house! Sign me up!

  • Maria
    October 10, 2015, 7:12 am

    Need more inside pictures. How big is it? What is the cost? Website does not show more pictures and does not tell how big or cost.

  • Trish
    October 10, 2015, 10:12 pm

    I like the various woods & finishes used in this home. Lots of shelves & storage.

    Where did you get the nesting mugs by the sink? Those are awesome.

    • Pamela
      October 12, 2015, 7:10 pm

      They sell stacking mugs, both solid colored and with patterns, at World Market. Yes, they are pretty cool… and space efficient!

  • October 15, 2015, 7:25 am

    The Big Ivy has sold. We can always make another one though… please give us a call or contact us through the website. We have more photos up and currently working on a 8×20 shell. (walls, roof, windows and door) We have an opening in November to start another shell build and then onto a full 24′ build in January. Thanks for checking out our site.

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