British Columbia-based builder Simply Living Stattonrock is known for its net-zero, high-performance tiny house models that have been satiating the desire for downsized lifestyle for many North Americans for the past two decades. The Canadian manufacturer offers stunning tiny houses on wheels to provide mobility, flexibility, and options for off-the-grid living. Outdoor Enthusiast is a 32-foot-long mobile tiny house that is specially designed for adventurers and features a mudroom.
The tiny house on wheels comes in natural finishes of cedar and pine paired with a cabin-inspired rich earthy color palette. Built for the farmers, mountain bikers, and all the outdoor explorers, the Outdoor Enthusiast has a full kitchen, a complete bathroom, a small living room, a loft bedroom, and a mudroom with a separate entry. The star of the dwelling is the separate mudroom for an easier and slicker shift from the outdoors to the seclusion and coziness of the rustic-themed home.
The interior of the cabin-like compact dwelling has a roof with exposed beams and contrasting metal accents throughout the interior. It is also dotted with carefully-placed recessed lighting. The house has an impressive total surface of 327 square feet that can accommodate two to four people comfortably.
The mudroom sits between the bathroom and the kitchen area. It is designed as a lounge room where residents can take off their muddy shoes before entering the main house. This space comes with a wooden bench and plenty of storage options along with a washer/dryer unit which works great for outdoor explorers.
The bathroom is next to the mudroom, which is quite convenient to wash up before entering the house. This space has a large vanity sink, toilet and shower.
A spacious and fully functional kitchen is past the bathroom that has a large L-shaped countertop with enough space for prepping and enjoying delicious meals. The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, integrated induction cooktop, toaster, oven, sink, ventilation hood, and plenty of overhead and under-counter cabinets. There is even a coffee nook built under the staircase, where a fridge is also installed.
A ladder-style staircase leads to the low-ceiling loft, where a queen-sized bed takes care of sleeping needs. The loft has enough space for a small cabinet as well.
Past the kitchen is the tiny living room where the main entrance to the house is located in the form of French doors. There are plenty of big windows to pour in natural light. The residents can place a convertible couch here for additional sleeping space.
Needless to say, the Outdoor Enthusiast tiny house is the dream home of any explorer. It’s one of the largest models by the manufacturer with pricing starting at $127,000.
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