This is the Sheriff Tiny House.
It’s built by Wishbone Tiny Homes in Asheville, North Carolina.
This tiny home offers about 208 sq. ft. of space at 26′ long and 8′ wide.
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208 Sq. Ft. Sheriff Tiny House
The Sheriff. 8’x26′, split level loft, balcony, ductless mini split for AC and heat, W/D unit, 9.2 CF refrigerator, 4 burner range with oven, Ofuro soaking tub with tile surround, and WALK IN CLOSET!
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Love it, inside & outside. Fantastic use of space.
I like the use of space but I am not a fan of multiple colored woods and I can definitely see myself falling off that tiny balcony or hitting my head climbing out the window. lol
Love it! The wood cabinetry is beautiful and I love the little open cubbie hole that would be great for a cat box. The balcony is a bonus! This one is perfect for me.
Especially if the cat box VENTED the AIR to the OUTSIDE (screen?) – and even had a little door on the outside so it could be cleaned either from the inside OR the outside, lol! And, BTW, LOTS of LITTLE dogs can use a version of the cat box, too. Its really worth while training a little dog to use a similar box when in a THOW 🙂
That sink! I’ve been thinking I have to make a choice between one large, or two small. I choose sink number 3! Thanks for sharing this.
I’m with you, the sink if fabulous!
Well wood smell: teak, larch, plywood,veneer, burl, etc…
Beautifully done !!! So , silly question at the other end where the balcony is – where the bed will go , ? Lol.
Belinda, the bed goes in between the two built in night stands & lamps. Perfect spot!
I love the house! But I think I would much rather have the balcony at the LRoom end & go thru a sliding glass door, than having to climb over the bed, squeezing out on hands & knees. Only the 4-legged members (3 cats & a dog) of my household could use the BRoom balcony. Sorry. Love everything else tho.
How much is this one?
I went into the website but couldn’t find it
Love every itch of it. Amazing use of space and the woodwork blows my mind. Well done!
Serious awesome! The tub is bigger than usual which I love. The wood is wonderful and the loft looks huge, like a dance floor. Love your design, the balcony and everything else.
OK…! The balcony may be a little over the top but it a beautiful house….
Exquisite wood details! We lost count of the different wood types… is that purpleheart in the kitchen! Flame, birdseye, clear… wow! Nice job!
Double-sided tansu stairs. Sweet!
Nice job! Nice job! Nice job!
A M A Z I N G!! Love everything about this one!!! Especially the balcony!! What an amazing place to chill with a good book!! No you can’t throw a party on it but it would also make an amazing little garden space!! Well done!!
Beautiful and roomy… How much would that beauty set me back?
This is the bomb!!! Totally love everything about! I have one lil question ~~ I noticed the little balcony door had a lock on the “outside”, I couldn’t tell if there was one on the inside as well.
I like it! I’m not agile enough for the little balcony but you can bet there would be some pretty potted flowers happening on it. Love the varied woods and I saw the combo w/d. Good build.
I would screen the balcony in and use it for an outdoor space for my cats. They would love it!
Dana-that’s a fantastic idea, build a cattery. Happy cats, happy life.
The lock you see is on the inside of the door. The door swings out not in. This a beautiful home. I like the tub / shower and all the wood work is amazing.
I’d like to know what types of wood were used for the cabinetry, if someone can comment?
Also, I will also say I’m not a fan of multicolored woods, as one poster noted. However, I am fairly impressed with the manner in which the pine ceiling in the bedroom (bluish wood) was used and finished. It’s actually attractive. Very nice home, guys. Good design.
WOW, this thing looks huge! Nicely done… full-sized appliances and that soaking tub… super nice… I’m diggin’ it.
Great looking home! I love the the full size appliances in the kitchen, the soaking tub looks amazing and love the bathroom fixtures!! I love the stairs you can access to both lofts and the fact that it has handrails on both sets of stairs. I would probably do the same thing with the porch as Judy, I would definitely add pretty potted plants maybe even some tomato plants out there. The sheriff’s house was done up nicely!! Carol???
Only one question. When can I move in?
I never realized in it’s last showing that it had been called the Sheriff..! If that’s supposed to be the Sheriff’s jail may I be imprisoned in it….!
HA Ha mE TOO Zachary!
Hehe agreed 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Amazing THOW. Great use of space — very usable kitchen, for the size this rig has it all — I really do like the stair treatment to the two lofts and the built in dog or cat bed. Exceptional use of space, great design and well built. Super great job on this unit. Thanks for sharing.
Such a great way to make space for fur babies 🙂
Amazing! Simply amazing!
This THOW has a lot of usuable storage and space. A well thought out plan all around. Two thumbs up!
Gotta LOVE storage in a TH 🙂
This one is exquisite! I’m wondering, though–what is the life span of wooden bathtubs like the one shown?
STUNNING! AMAZING! EXTRAORDINARY!