Unique and Functional Beatle Tiny House: Designed for Comfort and Mobility

Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses’ Beatle is a unique model that stands out with its captivating curving roofline and porthole-style windows. This charming tiny house is designed for those looking to hit the road and travel across North America, featuring a space-saving layout tailored to meet the owner’s specific needs.

Originally commissioned in mid-2019 by a screenwriter from Finland, the Beatle was intended for North American travels and even potential use as a prop in films. However, due to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the unveiling of the tiny house was delayed until recently.

Measuring 22 ft (6.71 m) in length and based on a double axle trailer, the Beatle boasts a stained blue cedar finish with red accents. The inspiration behind its curving roofline comes from traditional Vardo Romani wagons and other renowned tiny house builders like Baluchon and Zyl Vardos. Accessible via a fold-down deck with a removable ramp, the interior of the Beatle was meticulously designed to cater to the owner’s physical limitations.

Featuring a raised bed with integrated storage space, the living/sleeping area is strategically positioned at the rear of the tiny house. The kitchen is equipped with a small fridge, ample cabinetry, a two-burner propane stove, and a microwave. The bathroom includes a composting toilet, shower, and a compact sink. Additionally, a loft bedroom with a low ceiling can be accessed by a telescopic ladder or an exterior hatch for privacy.

The Beatle is designed to function off-the-grid with freshwater and greywater tanks, and is prepared for future solar panel installation. With its unique design elements and thoughtful considerations for the owner’s needs, Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses prices a similar model at around US$85,000.

Source: Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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