This is the 28-ft. Halcyon Tiny House on Wheels by Fritz Tiny Homes. They are based out of Alberta, Canada, and are offering this semi-custom model with three different variations.
This particular tiny house has a creative sofa that converts into bunk beds which seems really useful. Let us know what you think about this tiny house on wheels in the comments below!
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This Tiny House has a Sofa Bunk Bed!
This tiny house offers open and inviting space.
We love all the natural sunlight that comes from the 8 fiberglass windows and doors.
The perfect space to relax and unwind.
Multi-functional furniture is a must! The couch turns into bunk beds!
Sleek and modern kitchen with concrete countertops.
Easy to pull down shades in the kitchen.
A view of the stairs that takes you to the standing loft bedroom.
Extra storage space in the staircase.
Zen-inspired bathroom located under the bedroom.
Full bath and shower with custom concrete tiles.
Bathroom storage plus waterless or flush toilet options.
Storage hutch with full hall closet.
Spacious standing bedroom loft with 2 windows.
Exterior views of the Halcyon
Exterior rear view.
Exterior front view.
- Halcyon Tiny House
- Built by Fritz Tiny Homes
- 28’L x 8’6″W x 13’6″H
- Luxury-style tiny house on wheels
- Three variations of the design to choose from for customers
- Full glass door
- Eight fiberglass windows
- Closet in the front hall
- Full kitchen with lots of storage
- Custom concrete countertops
- Sleek bathroom with custom concrete sink
- Options for tub or shower
- Options for a waterless or flush toilet
- Washer-dryer combo unit with laundry storage area
- Standing loft bedroom with two windows
- Custom cabinetry and millwork handcrafted by the Fritz Tiny Homes team
- Energy Recovery Ventilation system for healthy air exchange
- Metal siding for a maintenance-free exterior
- Solar system and off-grid packages available
- This tiny house starts at $193,500 CDN plus tax
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VERY WHITE, although it does contribute to the spacious feel. VERY well put together. We are not loft people at our age, but is it difficult to fall out of that bed? That first step looks a bit much for people under 6′. The exposed beams are super cool. Plenty of wall space for artworks and the high horizontal windows lets in tons of light.
There’s a headboard, footboard, and the side wall… So not that easy to fall out, except over the standing platform, where you get in and out of the bed. The step by the wardrobe functions as a foot stool to help transition in and out of the bed, and there’s enough room to sit on it and use it as a transitional level…
A built in step stool could be an option if that isn’t sufficient or they can just add a few step if you don’t mind losing some of that standing platform space that’ll make it harder to access the wardrobe and fix the bed.
I can’t say it isn’t pretty because it’s quite lovely and well designed, and you have to love that sofa! However, I see “weight” in every picture from the 3 axles for only 28′ length to the use of concrete for counters, tiles, and floors. Even the fiberglass framed glass windows are heavier than vinyl or wood framed glass windows (vinyl/wood clad plexiglass windows are among the lightest). This would be a house that you have hauled once (for a hefty price) and parked permanently. The cost is the heaviest part of all. . .almost $200,000 to start? On what planet can this home be purchased?
Martha, I have always enjoyed your on the level, but also off the shoulder reviews over the years. I do agree with you here that this is a remarkably lovely home, and that it’s bound to weigh too much to make it either affordable, or (I add) totally or predictably safe to move. But it is so serene and welcoming with its white and quiet decor. I do love it even though its overweight like me. LOL Although this is the first 28’ I have looked at seriously since prices went up so much in the last couple of years, I can say that I wasn’t looking for ways to make it smaller and less costly. Its perfect as it is.
Just Canada but $193,500 CDN = $148,247.46 USD, not $200,000. Canada is generally a higher cost market, they generally have stricter requirements because of how extreme their winters can be, and it’s a custom build and they’re usually the most expensive way to have anything built. Just like custom furniture, tailored cloths, etc.
You make a good point. I hadn’t noticed it was a Canadian build. I stand corrected. For the record, I appreciate your deep investigative insight, something (with my hectic schedule right now) I do not have time to do, and I feel the builder deserves every fairness in an assessment of his or her work, so thank you for this information and insight.
Anytime Marsha, your input is always valued and appreciated. I just try to contribute in some small way to the conversation, information being my niche.
Gorgeous, but the weight is definitely a problem. Love the couch — room for guests or kids! Didn’t see laundry in this “luxury” house, so hoping that is in the closet space in the bathroom. And with that price tag, especially with the weight, one would be better off to just do a stick built — and then you could have full height second floor!
Details listed include, “Washer-dryer combo unit with laundry storage area”…
If you go to their website and check out their models link, scroll down and you’ll see a 3D model tour option, click the circles to move through the space, and if you go into the bathroom and click that wall a drawing of what that space looks like with the cabinet doors open shows combo-Washer/Dryer, etc.
Similarly, in the loft, clicking on the built in up there will show a drawing that shows that’s a built in wardrobe with hanging space, shelves, and drawers.
Maybe I missed it…where is the mattress for the bottom bunk stored?
The bathroom sink….functional but odd-looking. I like it but still odd-looking ♥️ Never seen a sink like that….cute
Good question. I think it stays in place and the top bunk simply rests on top, so we’re looking at it in the picture. It looks to be 6 or 8 inches deep.
The mattress is there, they just didn’t raise the lower bed in the photo. If you do a youtube search for Bunk Sofa Bed, you’ll can see one being set up and see the lower section needs to be raised to finish the setup.
While they made the sink and countertop themselves with concrete. So they basically hand made everything except for the appliances.