Constructed by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes for a consumer in Minnesota, the 24-foot Timberwolf tiny home includes a totally off-grid photo voltaic system and an elevator mattress suspended above the lounge.
The outside siding is a mixture of cedar tongue-and-groove, Shou Sugi Ban accents, and recycled barn wooden. A fold down deck and fold up awning create an out of doors dwelling house.
The off-grid photo voltaic system consists of six (6) 320 watt photo voltaic panels mounted on the roof, batteries and inverter within the bump-out over the tongue, two propane tanks, a 60-gallon freshwater tank and pump, and a Nature’s Head composting bathroom.
In the lounge is a U-shaped built-in sofa, Cubic Grizzly wooden range, and a customized kennel for the proprietor’s husky.
Above the lounge is the elevator mattress, which is operated with an electrical wench. The underside of the mattress has a lovely wooden artwork design made out of rustic white oak with whitewash and clear coat finishes.
The kitchen is supplied with a white apron sink, blue base cupboards and white higher cupboards, 10 cu.ft. fridge beneath the steps, a propane cooktop, and a combo microwave/vent hood. The dwell edge counter was customized made utilizing walnut, maple, and oak.
The bed room loft is accessed by storage stairs and has beetle kill pine flooring that matches the ceiling. The cubbies on the fringe of the loft present additional space for storing and privateness.
Under the loft is the complete rest room with washer/dryer combo, vessel sink on a dwell edge counter, closet house, 32″ bathe stall, and the composting bathroom.
The Timberwolf was roughly $95,000 together with the photo voltaic setup. For extra details about this tiny home, please contact Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.
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