This is one family’s 41ft Phoenix Tiny House on Wheels built by Alpine Tiny Homes, a tiny home builder out of Vineyard, Utah. Sadly, the family lost everything in a fire in Santa Rosa, California in 2017. 🙁 Even after the Fire Watch Service tried so hard, they weren’t able to save much. Their new tiny home is this 41ft x 10ft tiny house and it has a 6.5kW solar system with a backup battery.
It features an entertainment center, fireplace, pass-through window, outdoor shower, real wood beams, 3 skylights, 5ft ceiling fan, dormers, full-size appliances, trough sink for two in the bathroom, extra sleeping area/office from the gooseneck bedroom, built-in queen bed with storage, two mini-split air systems, drawers built into the stairs, built-in bookcase up the stairs, and more! Update: Be sure to watch the video tours at the bottom that were just added.
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Family Builds 41ft x 10ft Solar Powered Tiny Home on Wheels After Losing Their Home and Belongings to a Fire
Images © Alpine Tiny Homes
When they lost their home and belongings to a fire, they went to a tiny house…
It’s a 41-ft. tiny house on wheels by Alpine Tiny Homes.
Air circulation is not a problem with this ceiling fan.
This tiny house features a full-size kitchen and an overall beautiful interior…
The barn doors can hide the television when it’s not being used so you can focus on the fire below instead. A healthy way to transition to bedtime!
Storage staircase with built-in drawers that lead you to the master bedroom. Super cool!
There are even storage cubbies to your left here.
In the master loft bedroom, there’s a window as well as your own mini split air conditioning system here which is really nice, especially if you want to keep your door closed!
A built-in shelf overhead to hold all your stuff.
See that little opening there? I wonder what that is…
It’s a baby nook in the master loft.
With a skylight, too…
Coming out of the master loft…
Passing by the bathroom.
The bathroom has an oversized sink with dual faucets. Very stylish.
Loads of storage in this bathroom to make space for the family.
Good lighting, too.
There’s a vented composting toilet installed here.
Subway-tiled shower with glass enclosure, custom-built.
The bathroom is very nice, in my opinion.
And yes, the family needs a washer/dryer.
Back to the open living area of the tiny house with vaulted ceilings, makes it feel very spacious.
Nice lighting throughout.
Another look at the fan and barn door entertainment center .
How do you like these fixtures?
Bar stool with window that opens wide.
From the outside… Also notice the dutch doors. I love these because they keep pests out (and your pets in) while letting some fresh air in.
Another look at the luxurious kitchen…
This is a super nice tiny house, isn’t it?
It also has an outdoor shower, which is really nice, especially when you have kids.
Isn’t it cool how you can hide it? Very handy when you’re towing the tiny house, or even if you just want it to look neater.
Images © Alpine Tiny Homes
Video Tour of Exterior
Video Tour of Interior
How do you like this tiny house?
- 41ft x 10ft
- Named the Phoenix
- 6.5kW solar system with battery backup
- Built-in entertainment center with fireplace underneath
- Pass through window at the fold down bar for future outdoor deck
- Outdoor shower
- Real wood beams
- 3 skylights
- 5ft ceiling fan
- Full size appliances
- Trough sink for two in the bathroom
- Extra sleeping area/office space from the gooseneck bedroom
- Built-in queen bed with storage
- Two mini split AC systems
- Drawers built into the stairs
- Built-in bookcase up the stairs
Our big thanks to Brian Hawkins of Alpine Tiny Homes for sharing!🙏
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