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This is the 33-foot Starling Tiny House by Rewild Homes. It’s a gooseneck-built tiny home that was designed and built for a growing family. So it has a master loft bedroom plus another private bedroom on the main floor.

They’ve even squeezed in other really cool features like a convertible dining area with storage, a full kitchen, a very nice full bathroom with a bathtub, an entry closet, a combo washer/dryer, and more. What are some of the must-have features for your tiny house?

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Growing Family’s 33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built by Rewild Homes

33-Foot Starling Tiny House Built on Gooseneck Trailer by Rewild Homes

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This is the story of the Ruthardt family’s mortgage-free small house on a foundation.

Over four years ago, they built this beautiful 700 sq. ft. cottage on 8 acres in Oklahoma.

It took them a total of 9 months to design and build it. It wasn’t long before they were living debt free and eating healthy.

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Young Family’s 700 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home in Oklahoma

Young Family's Debt-free Tiny Home on a Foundation in Oklahoma

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My husband and I were living in KCMO (Kansas City, MO) with our 2 kids and 2 pups.

Over-whelmed and not so happy with our high cost of living expenses we decided to look into different solutions.

We considered yurts and earth ships, yurts on earth ships, schoolies, and pretty much any other alternative living solution.

This is a guest post by Jilan Wise of Far Out Tiny Homes

Family Goes from 2500 Sq. Ft. to 200 Sq. Ft. Tiny House: Two Adults, Two Kids, and Two Pups in a THOW

Family Goes from 2500 Sq Ft to a Tiny House 001

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