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The Wanderer Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom and Fold Down Deck


This is the Wanderer Tiny House on Wheels by Summit Tiny Homes.

It’s a 22ft tiny house with with a main floor bedroom, additional loft, fold down deck, and more.

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The Wanderer 22ft Tiny House on Wheels with a Main Floor Bedroom and Additional Loft

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Video Tour

Highlights

  • 22ft long
  • 8.5ft wide
  • 13.5ft high
  • 175 sq. ft.
  • 1 main floor bedroom
  • 1 loft
  • Fold down deck
  • Built-in closet
  • Bathroom with Separette composting toilet (but also plumbed for a standard flush toilet), 32″ by 32″ stand up shower, Lunos HRV unit (heat recovery ventilation), single sink and vanity
  • Living area with couch that converts to a bed
  • Propane fireplace
  • Custom cabinets in the kitchen
  • Ultra light concrete counter tops
  • Farm sink
  • 4 burner propane range
  • Range hood
  • Washer dryer combo hook up
  • 24″ LG fridge/freezer
  • Tuma tankless water heater
  • 30 amp RV service (solar ready)
  • Road legal and RV certified (CSA)
  • 55 gallon fresh water tank
  • $69,999 CDN ($53,784.98 USD)

Description of The Wanderer

This Modern build is light and ready to travel with everything you need to live the simple life. The Wanderer would make an awesome road trip companion, vacation rental, guest house and more. this unit is packed full of design! Custom cabinetry, ultra light concrete counters, stained cedar accents, this home is full of  quality finishes to give you that tiny luxury feel.​

Please learn more using the links below. Thanks.

Sources

  1. https://www.summittinyhomes.com/copy-of-our-story
  2. https://www.summittinyhomes.com/
  3. https://www.summittinyhomes.com/gallery

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!

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  • Michael L July 30, 2018, 10:24 pm

    If you added about 8 ft in length to this, it might be my perfect home! I’d use the added space in the living area so there’s a place for an easy chair. And the downstairs bedroom would be great for a studio! Very nice home! Tx for sharing.

    • Alex July 31, 2018, 11:18 am

      Very good idea, thanks for sharing Michael!

  • Larry Schoenemann July 31, 2018, 1:18 am

    Sweet. Very well done.

    • Alex July 31, 2018, 11:18 am

      Thanks Larry I’m glad you enjoyed it!

  • D. Pedersen July 31, 2018, 4:05 am

    I like the look of this tiny house. Though I would have placed the bathroom opposite of the kitchen – as a narrow bathroom with toilet in one end and shower in the other end – so the livingroom was not a part of the kitchen. It is strange having to look at the kitchen cabinets, while lounging on the sofa. The bedroom could still be where it is.

  • Karen Blackburn July 31, 2018, 4:31 am

    I agree with D Pederson, I wouldn’t want to be sitting looking at dirty dishes after finishing a meal, especially if friends were visiting. I would also have a 3′ bed, plenty big enough for one person, and I would want a proper drop leaf table and a chair, small enough to sit against the wall when not in use but with a leaf up ample for one or two people to sit and have a cup of coffee or with both leaves up you can host a dinner party. Nothing worse than trying to eat while sitting on a sofa eating off a plate on your knee which is in imminent danger of falling off as you try to use a knife and fork.

    • Joyce Rader July 31, 2018, 12:06 pm

      Many people use folding tables or some other type removable table for dining. I thought I saw a desk area as part of the counter space which can act as an eating area for one. Or add a folding shelf to the counter then use stools or folding chairs. Many options out there. Some folks even use the folding sofa in the area for sleeping to have a separate living area. If you order the home you may be able to customize for your selections/desire.

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