Wandering Roots builds beautiful tiny homes in Georgia, and “The Ridge” is their latest tiny house on wheels. At 20 feet, it features a beautiful robin’s-egg-blue kitchen with a little two-burner cooktop and space for a fridge and a stacking washer/dryer.
There are two lofts (both ladder-accessible) and a lovely bathroom with a tile shower stall and flush toilet. The home is for sale for $65,400.
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NOAH Certified Wandering Roots Tiny Home
I’m loving the Robin’s Egg Blue cabinets.
Inset electric fireplace on the living room wall.
Little inset bookshelf by the bathroom.
The ceiling is so creative!
The ladder removes and gives access to both lofts.
Up in the loft! Beautiful.
The other loft with little railings.
Beautiful lighting fixture.
The view from the kitchen.
Cute honeycomb tiles.
Here’s the cubby for the refrigerator.
Little two-burner cooktop.
Beautiful deep farmhouse sink.
Washer and dryer hook-ups.
View from the bathroom.
Here’s the bathroom.
Vanity with a beautiful mirror.
Subway tile shower stall.
Board and batten siding.
The baby sink window is so cute.
- BRAND NEW 20’ NOAH CERTIFIED
- DOT Certified 20’ trailer with electric brakes. Roughly 190 sq ft.
- Laminate flooring
- One loft will fit a Queen size mattress
- Full size mattress
- Butcher block countertops
- White farmhouse sink
- Hexagon tile backsplash
- 2 burner electric cooktop
- Space for a stackable washer/dryer unit and full size fridge
- Electric fireplace
- Custom ladder with access to both lofts
- 9000 BTU mini split
- 3.18 gpm 12 liter propane tankless hot water heater
- Full size custom tile shower and regular toilet
- Runs on 120v
- NOAH Certified and ready for move in!
- No financing at this time. Serious inquiries only. Showings are by appointment only!
- 26 Foot Double Loft Tiny House: NOAH Certified
- NOAH-Certified Luxury Big Blue Gooseneck THOW
- Two-Tone NOAH-certified Tiny House
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Why are you now doing the stupid hearts on every page. I have yet to pick the ones I want …if I do want to heart anything!!!!! Are ya afraid no one will choose one? ??How dumb!!!!!!!!
Hi L — the heart just means you “like” or “love” the post — it doesn’t require you to purchase anything. Just like “liking” on Facebook.
This is a lovely home and I like it, but what is the story behind all the unsightly pipes, hoses, and wires over the commode? Can it not be covered with something decorative?
Looks like they do that for all their builds, seems to be for costs.
Marsha, how about a shelf over the toilet tank that could hold one of those beautiful Indian wood mandalas or floral screens I have seen in decor magazines? You might have to have the house built to order with the toilet out from the wall a few inches to accommodate the screen being in front of all the unsightly stuff on the wall. The shelf and screen should also be removable for servicing the water apparatus etc.
I do like this house very much. It is not overdone on all the high end decorative finishes which would have taken its reasonable $65k price up quite a hefty notch. I have faced the facts – ‘high end’ means high price. And I don’t need all the fancy stuff. There’s a lot I can do myself with my artwork and colorful items that move the eye around the space. And I already own that stuff, so I love this house!
PS – Must have a bit more counter, or a movable counter next to the sink!!
PSS, or PPS, whichever it is! I am wild bout the ceiling! How in the world did the architect dream that up. I love that it is in wood planks which emphasize the angles. It is gorgeous!
Where is the closet mentioned in the list of goodies?
By the bathroom, visible when the barn door for the bathroom is closed.
Oh, and that wall receptacle could be placed between the sink and the commode and a little lower so it doesn’t intrude on the one spot on the most visible wall where something both decorative and useful could be placed.
Problem, by code outlets have to be at least 1 foot away from the sink, lower and between the sink and commode would place it less than that requirement. While also the issue of the towel holder above that location and the increased risk of water reaching the outlet at that location…
Hmmm. . .what about an outlet above the towel holder up next to the water heater so that the cord runs parallel and is less noticeable? Then any decorative cover will cover that cord, too. This will also free up that wall to hang other storage or decorative things. It may seem like a trivial issue, but after living tiny (original tiny– houses smaller than this) for these last 10 years, I can tell you that organizing the wall spaces for maximum use is just as important as maximizing the use of floor space and head space. That’s why it stands out to me.
If you move the towel holder to another wall it could work, the normal max height for outlets from floor is 48″ and combustibles like the towel should be kept away anyway… Could put the towel holder closer to the shower stall if you don’t need it immediately by the sink… Otherwise that plan works…