This beautiful tiny home on wheels was for sale in Calgary this summer. Built four years ago, the home is 22 ft long and 10 ft wide – wider than the average tiny home in Canada.
The home is filled with thoughtful and practical details for tiny living. But, it’s the unique personality of the home that really makes it stand out. If you love the natural variations in wood, check out all the different types of wood in this home. And the staircase? A masterpiece.
The 9 windows and Jotul 1500 wood-burning stove are truly a must for surviving the interminable Canadian winters. This tiny house will keep your spirits up all year long.
The home is run on propane, electricity and wood heating. Propane runs the 3-burner gas stove in the kitchen, and an EcoTemp on demand water heater which supplies hot water to the kitchen sink and shower. Electricity runs the 100-Amp service panel which supplies warm LED lighting throughout, and a high-efficiency Danby refrigerator/freezer 24×68.
Other building features include:
-Dual lofts with space for queen-size bed in each and built-in shelving
-Perfectly sized corner couch with foldout bed and hidden storage
-High value spray foam insulation in the floor and ceiling, and sheep’s wool in the walls. Even a simple space heater will keep this home warm through a week of -20 and below.
-Butcher block countertops-Sliding door for bathroom privacy
-Extra storage under stairs in easily removable wooden boxes
-Removable reclaimed wood ladder for bookshelf and loft access
-Space for whatever composting toilet you desire