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34-ft. Cottage on Wheels by Timbercraft Tiny Homes

We know and love Timbercraft Tiny Home’s most popular model – The Denali XL – but their latest design is equally stunning! The Teton is 8.5×34 feet and includes a ground-floor bedroom with a storage bed and built-in side tables.

This model also includes a loft bedroom with a removable ladder and a spacious L-shaped kitchen with a farmhouse sink and residential appliances. The living room is at the front of the home where you enter. What do you like about the Teton?

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This 34-ft. Cottage on Wheels has a Ground-Floor Bedroom with a Storage Bed

The grand kitchen is the focal point of the home.

Residential-size fridge and a farmhouse sink.

The front door opens to the living room.

Industrial lighting and a railing.

The ladder to the loft slides out as needed.

Here’s the storage bed in the first floor bedroom.

Here’s the loft.

Love the marble in the bathroom.

Subway tile in the glass shower stall.

What do you think of the Teton?

Would you live in this tiny home?

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  • NITA Hiltner
    July 4, 2022, 10:58 am

    Pretty, but once again hardly any place to sit, no living room hardly at all.

    • James D.
      July 4, 2022, 11:16 am

      No, the whole front area is the living room. The space is just whatever you want to make of it but you can easily put in a sofa and have a wall TV opposite it.

  • July 4, 2022, 1:05 pm

    Great fit and finish. I love shiplap interiors and it has a good appliance package. True it needs 2′ to be added to the width and the Utility/Half bath could then be added…That Fridge is what I specify in ALL of my designs. A great pallet for accessorizing, almost any color scheme and cushion combo would work and if you are near a coastline it is natural for that nautical motif…Being on wheels it is already prepared for the future Sea Rise….

  • Donna Rae
    July 4, 2022, 2:25 pm

    Really beautifully done. Love the white with wood around the windows and on the ceiling! Hurray for butcher block counters in a well appointed kitchen. Very livable! Nice big shower! The gray cabinets are ok but I’m getting a bit tired of gray in kitchens. I’d order black…always nice with butcher block…or white to make the tiny space brighter. I rather like the drama of the black, though. I agree that if this would be a permanent residence, having it be 10′ wide would make for a more spacious feel and add opportunities for adding more storage like a corner kitchen cabinet with a carousel insert for really fabulous storage. This would be perfect for someone who wanted the permanence and comfort of home with the convenience of mobility…and isn’t that what tiny is all about? This fits the bill wonderfully…with those few personal tweaks, of course. 😉 Thanks for sharing a nice tiny home with us.

    • Eric
      July 4, 2022, 6:01 pm

      Black… I’d never, ever use black except as a highlight colour. Far too overbearing a colour… dark, depressive etc. Opposite, but similar, is white… too much contrast, not to mention keeping clean.

  • Husabergchamp
    July 4, 2022, 3:00 pm

    Nice, but …………………… for such a large tiny home (three axle) I don’t understand why designers do not do steps to the loft. As we age an owner my not want to do ladders anymore. Or guests. A spiral staircase could work. Steps with storage below works. Ladders are for smaller tiny homes, not this size. Also makes it more marketable if you sell it someday.

    • James D.
      July 4, 2022, 6:03 pm

      They typically customize the layout for their client. So it would be the owner’s choice.

      There’s just always trade offs and stairs will use up floor space that reduces the usable living space.

      However, keep in mind this layout has a bedroom. So the loft would only really need to be for secondary use for storage or guests. Thus the owner didn’t need to prioritize access to the loft over the rest of the space.

    • Eric
      July 4, 2022, 6:12 pm

      Your correct on the ladder issue. As a senior (how did that happen so quickly?) I do not want ladders. I lose my balance very, very easily on them. So they are not an option. But so are spiral staircases. In a regular home they are generally ok, but with the constraints of a tiny (or not so tiny) home, uh uh. No way Jose.

      And why not extend the roof line all the way to the front? Extra cost is minimal, if at all. And you gain extra space with it.

      • James D.
        July 4, 2022, 7:01 pm

        Well reasons for split roof with the dormers include… Only really benefits the loft… Will effect snow load… Material cost these days mean it won’t be a minimum cost difference… Will make the structure look more blocky and lose some of the appeal of the gabled roof… More interior volume means more to heat and cool… Will have fewer options for skylights, etc.

        Mind, except for the loft, you’d need a ladder to access higher vertical storage like upper cabinets, etc. to make use of a higher roof line for the rest of the home…

        But it is custom, so you can have them do that anyway…

        • Eric
          July 4, 2022, 8:29 pm

          Valid points but the raised parts still shed water, and possibly/probably snow.
          And, you can’t have too much storage.

      • James D.
        July 4, 2022, 8:37 pm

        Well, when you start to have more storage than living space it might be time to consider it enough ;-p

        • Eric
          July 5, 2022, 7:56 am

          Gasp! Nooooooo, who woulda thought? 😁

  • vee
    July 4, 2022, 6:09 pm

    Lots that I like here with a few changes —- would like to see more storage (cabinets, or whatever) esp. in the bedroom. The dark ceiling in the loft is too dark for me but a lighter wood or even paint would be fine. The ladder to the loft would bother me — really prefer some sort of decorative railing. I think the kitchen is a the bomb!!! Love the standard fridge, the stove, etc. Tho not all that crucial, a bit larger vanity/sink surround would accommodate soap, & other items one would prefer left out and handy. Otherwise — very nice indeed!

  • Anna
    September 19, 2022, 6:47 pm

    Love it with only a couple of tweaks. Anyone know what their starting prices are. I would prefer not to finance.

    • James D.
      September 20, 2022, 11:30 am

      Costs can be a moving target these days, so they prefer to give quotes but they give free estimates…

      • Anna
        September 20, 2022, 10:38 pm

        I guess if I have to ask the price, I obviously can’t afford it.

        • James D.
          September 21, 2022, 12:31 am

          Possibly, but having to ask for a quote is pretty common these days. Especially, from a builder that does custom work…

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