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Perch & Nest Tiny House on a Farm in North Carolina


We’ve noticed a lot more tiny homes being used for Airbnb on local farms as another income stream for small businesses. It’s truly a great idea, especially for those who want to experience farm life! Perch & Nest designed and built this beautiful Roost 24 model for Foxfire Meadow in North Carolina, and they expect it to be ready for guests in January.

The house has a standard loft tiny house layout, with the galley kitchen next to the bathroom on one end of the house and the living room on the other end. The bedroom can fit a queen-sized bed, and you get up there via a ladder. What do you think?

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Perch & Nest Roost 24 Airbnb

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View from the living room.

Perch & Nest Roost 24 Airbnb. 3

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View from the bathroom. Love the exposed beams!

Perch & Nest Roost 24 Airbnb. 4

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Two beautiful pendant lights bring light to the home.

Perch & Nest Roost 24 Airbnb. 2

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How stunning is that butcher block!

Perch & Nest Roost 24 Airbnb. 5

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Details:

  • 24′ tiny house for an Airbnb rental
  • Galley kitchen with space for convection oven or microwave
  • Lots of windows in the main living room
  • Loft bedroom fits a queen-sized bed
  • Compact bathroom with corner shower stall
  • Going to @foxfiremeadownc to be used as a rental

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • California building Inspector
    December 21, 2023, 5:57 pm

    Why do airstream trailers last so long?Wrapped in stainless steel not wood.Frame the body in tube steel cover with stainless steel.Use the wood inside for that comfee feel.It’s towable weight over wood,we need numbers anyone up for that?I’ll get back to you,ok.

    • James D.
      December 23, 2023, 9:06 pm

      Most airstreams are aluminum, well built with on average over 350 work hours to construct them versus 50 hours to make your typical white box trailer, and engineered to be aerodynamic, light weight, and low stress while being transported makes them quite durable for an RV.

      Despite having an aluminum body, Airstreams typically have guard panels to withstand debre from the road, flexible axles, rubber impact absorbers, etc.

      However, the biggest reason is they’re well supported and most will typically be well maintained. Ensuring they last long even if there’s a lot of wear and tear over time as up to everything can be repaired and even replaced.

      Unlike most RV’s, Airstreams don’t depreciate rapidly and can hold their value for many years, with the option to restore to renew value in some cases. So, it’s much easier to invest in them the resources needed to make sure they last. Owning one is like joining a club and there’s lots of resources for supporting them…

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