Are you ready to take a tour of the amazing Huckleberry tiny house by Rewild Homes?
It’s a 30 ft by 10 ft custom-built tiny house with some unqiue and special features.
The tiny house was built with many different types of wood, from the flooring, to the shell, to the countertops and furnishing.
There are also some antique pieces that the owner provided, such as the cast iron bathtub and the wooden vanity.
We’ll give you a full tour of the Huckleberry tiny house below.
The Living Area in the Huckleberry Tiny House
The living area in the huckleberry tiny house is light and spacious.
The open-plan design gives you the freedom to do whatever you want with the space.
You’ll notice the unique diamond windows and the different types of wood that we mentioned before.
There’s also a skylight in the ceiling at the top of the gable roof.
Here’s the vintage reclaimed Jotul woodstove with a bread oven and two cooktops.
There’s a heat shield to protect the wall and inset tile flooring for heat protection too.
The kitchen area in the Huckleberry has everything you need for home-cooking fantastic meals.
There’s a portable induction cooktop and fridge-freezer.
The countertop and storage space provided is generous too.
A granite sink and draining board is also present.
At the end of the kitchen is the entrance to the bathroom in the Huckleberry tiny house.
It features a flush toilet (since the owner decided they were going to live “on-grid”) and electric heating.
The vintage cast iron bathtub is securely fastened to the floor in case the tiny house needs to be transported.
The natural slate floor tiles also have under-floor heating.
On the other side of the bathroom is the side-door to enter and leave the tiny house.
It’s a great option if you come in from a rainy day and don’t want to make a mess in the living room.
You can see a stacked washer and dryer with a coat rack and storage space above.
At the end of the bathroom is a sliding door that leads you to the bedroom in the tiny home.
Since there’s no loft space at all in this house, the bedroom is on the ground floor.
This has it’s advantages and disadvantages, such as no stairs to climb but reduced living space.
Another great feature is that the bedroom is at the end of the house, and that you have to walk-through the bathroom to get to it, rather than the other way around.
There is a good amount of storage in the Huckleberry tiny house bedroom. It features a sliding mirror door too.
Here’s a video tour of the Hucklberry tiny house by Rewild Homes:
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