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24-ft. Tiny House with a Stand Up Loft


This is the gorgeous Ramblin’ Rose designed and built by Indigo River Tiny Homes. The 24-foot THOW includes a rustic accent wall, a loft with standing room, and a full bathroom.

The kitchen has all the major appliances, including a stove/oven, and there are lots of windows (all with shades) to let in beautiful light. A closet in the bedroom and storage stairs give you a place to hide your things. What do you think?

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Tiny Home with Stand-up Loft and Full Bathroom

There’s a dramatic accent wall in the kitchen.

A projector and screen let you watch TV.

The kitchen, bedroom loft and bathroom.

I always love a model with an oven.

A farmhouse sink with a window.

Tons of wood paneling throughout.

Storage staircase up to the bedroom.

Closet next to the bed platform.

What a cozy spot to curl into at night.

The wall partition has more storage.

A green sliding door to the bathroom.

The tub and shower combo in the bathroom.

Flush toilet and vanity.

A sneaky storage cubby here.

Ramblin’ Rose 2

Details:

  • $85,000 + TT&L
    Ramblin’ Rose – 24′ x 8.5′ THOW
    218 sq. ft. & 12,100 lbs.
    Features Include:
  • Structural Insulated Panels – 3x Stronger Framing, Weight Reduction & Insulation Upgrade
  • Stand-up Queen-Size Loft that allows anyone under 6’4″ to get into bed & get dressed in a standing position
  • Full-Size Wardrobe on the Loft Landing
  • Living Area has space for full-size, sleeper sofa
  • Large Bathroom with a Full-Size Soaking Tub & Flush Toilet
  • Laundry Cove with Washer/Dryer Hookup
  • Apartment-Size Refrigerator
  • 2 Burner Cook-top
  • 24″ Oven
  • Pecan Butcher Block Counters
  • Custom Cabinetry + Toe-Kick Drawers in the Kitchen
  • Farmhouse Sink
  • Reclaimed Wood Accent Wall
  • Storage Staircase
  • Large windows
  • Standard RV Hook-ups for Utilities
  • 50 amp Electric
  • Single Slope Roofline
  • Mini-Split A/C + Heat Pump
  • Exterior Cedar Accent + Large Storage Shed
  • Double Axle Trailer/Foundation

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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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  • Maggie
    October 31, 2022, 11:01 am

    Love it! Needs a railing to help old ladies go down to pee in the middle of the night. Other than that…perfect!

  • Richard H Chapple Sr
    October 31, 2022, 12:17 pm

    This is among the best I have seen of 24′ models.
    So reminiscent of a Stewart Bi-level trailer I owned many years ago.

  • Kathy
    October 31, 2022, 5:48 pm

    Love it! Would change a few things: vanity I would put in a corner vanity that gives space to have a linen closet. More kitchen counter space; gas range top. 18 CF fridge freezer; washerdryer combo in that sneaky space. TV mount in bedroom w/skylight for star gazing.

  • JJZack
    October 31, 2022, 6:05 pm

    Nicely laid out. Great layout for the size too. The 5′ tub is amazing! Not too keen on the tiny sink when it could have been larger, but I understand that may be what the client wanted. The walkway at the loft is also best use of space. I would have, however, duplicated the wardrobe in the loft to allow just a bit more hanging space on the far left where the tall shelf is. Drawers are amazing storage places, though baskets can often fill those wasted inches that drawers leave unused, drawers are still my favorite storage places. (The loft shelves, for me, would be total drawers rather than shelves. The shelf that is up on the wall above the kitchen would hold all my shelf things. I think the huge wall at the back is a missed opportunity for a storage loft, but a client wants what a client wants. I get it. My only really negative comment is not enough counter space. I pop-up (or fold-down) counter opposite the kitchen (that might fold down from the wall over the stairs) might help with prep space. It could be stowed when traveling and “living” and folded down when cooking. One needs more than 12″ for prep space.

  • kathy
    October 31, 2022, 8:06 pm

    the accent wall is beautiful and inspires me to try something like it in my own home! thanks for sharing.

  • Capelgio Benniti
    November 6, 2022, 9:03 am

    Nicer and more attractive to me than the previous one in full White that some greedy builder wanted $129,999.00 for the base model for and $149,999.00 + for the higher tier model.
    These things, though a niche market were made to mop up those of us who wanted to live at a less hectic mortgage like lifestyle by just making an easier purchase and not get sticker into the myriad of paperwork monthly.
    This I would buy in the quint of my eyes.

    • James D.
      November 7, 2022, 9:51 pm

      Greedy? No, Movable Roots just builds for people who want everything highly custom and engineered to up to extremely high standards. Understand that most builders don’t do their own structural engineering, fabricate everything including the trailer, do full custom building of just about everything, etc. like they do. So they charge more because they’re providing more, they’re not just your typical custom builder and based in Florida they follow some of the strictest standards in the country…

      Indigo River Tiny Homes is also a great custom builder but they’re not quite at the same level as Movable Roots, which is okay as unless you need a home built like a tank, can easily outlast you, easily withstand extreme weather conditions, and want something done that can be completely outside of the normal design options then Movable Roots would be overkill but there’s definitely a reason why they cost as much as they do…

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