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Sherloak Homes Tiny House by Acorn Tiny Homes


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This is the amazing Sherloak Homes Tiny House by Acorn Tiny Homes. The house was built custom for a Canadian Forces member who frequently moves – now he can take his home with him!

Besides a secret bookcase door, the coolest feature of this house is the four-season porch off the front with transparent roofing tiles that let in tons of light. The house has a loft bedroom, an L-shaped couch, and a super swanky bathroom with a walk-in shower stall. What’s your favorite feature?

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The two-tone exterior is extra fun.

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The bookcase is a secret door!

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A small couch fits in the living room.

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The extra-wide counter doubles as an eating area.

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He has a four-burner cooktop and retro fridge.

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Pipes act as the ladder up to the hang-out loft.

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The large double sink is a nice addition.

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Storage stairs go up to the loft bedroom.

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The French doors open onto a step over the wheelbase.

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There’s a heater on the wall.

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A ceiling fan provides plenty of airflow.

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The extra netting is always fun for a hangout space.

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There’s also a solid area in this loft.

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A small toaster oven is tucked under the stairs.

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The loft barrier doubles as storage.

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The loft fits a queen-sized bed.

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Looking from the porch into the house.

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The porch space has two adirondack chairs.

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The ceiling is all greenhouse panels, to let in light.

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This is designed as a four-season space.

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The bathroom has a walk-in shower and composting toilet.

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There’s a drawer dishwasher!

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What a neat sink!

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VIDEO: A Tiny House of Mystery – The Sherloak Home – Acorn Tiny Homes

Details:

Tiny Homes exist to offer a unique solution to the endless roadblocks that life and the modern real estate market have manufactured in creating affordable and sustainable home ownership. Our latest build, the Sherloak Home (get it…SherlOAK), is no exception to this and, in our opinion, offers one of the most practical purposes for a Tiny Home on Wheels.​

The homeowner and co-designer of this Tiny Home is a Canadian Forces member who, as part of his job, has to transfer bases every 3-5 years. By going Tiny he is now able to avoid rent traps or having to buy back into real estate every few years. Instead, when posted to a new base, he just hooks up to his truck and takes his home with him.

Designed for a single individual, this 372 sqft home packs a lot into a very compact footprint and gives room to grow.

  • Solid Oak everywhere and rift sawn white oak walls
  • Hidden Bookshelf door
  • 2 separate lofts
  • Loft Net
  • Deep closet storage
  • Over 25 sqft of butcher block counter top space, including bar height dining
  • 5′ Shower with large format tiles
  • Hide away toilet
  • Tank-less Hot water heater
  • 420 L freshwater storage tanks
  • Built in 3 season porch with skylights
  • Cherry Woodgrain steel finish and Shou Sugi wood exterior (By DK Woodworks)
  • Storage everywhere!

Pricing for this home starts at $180 000 CAD ($133,362 USD)

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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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    March 3, 2024, 5:24 pm

    The sun room look sun-insulated, which makes it at best a three season room in most of Canada. Trust me on this.

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