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Gooseneck Tiny Homes

Eric & Oliver’s Tiny House by Mitchcraft Tiny Homes

Built on an over-width 10’x33′ trailer, this gooseneck tiny house provides a spacious interior with two distinct living spaces and a bedroom loft. MitchCraft Tiny Homes built the tiny house for their clients, Eric and Oliver, using all cedar siding, slate tile in the entryway and bathroom, and cherry flooring throughout the rest of the …

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View by Tiny House Chattanooga

Built by award-winning builder Tiny House Chattanooga, The View is a custom 20′ gooseneck tiny house on wheels. The artistic home features a large porthole window and “V” floating staircase. Inside the 248-square-foot home are white walls, dark stained trim, and medium wood tones for the flooring and ceiling. The gooseneck trailer allows for two …

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JJ’s Place by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes

JJ’s Place is a 31-foot gooseneck tiny house built by Colorado-based SimBLISSity Tiny Homes. The rustic tiny home has a warm interior with beetle kill pine and reclaimed wood throughout. The exterior of the house is cedar tongue-and-groove siding with a reclaimed metal skirt around the bottom. Inside are beetle kill pine walls and a …

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Tara’s 33′ Gooseneck Tiny House by Mitchcraft Tiny Homes

Built by Mitchcraft Tiny Homes for their client, Tara, this 33-foot gooseneck tiny house offers a modern style with farmhouse style accents. The living room sits over the gooseneck, providing enough headroom to stand. In the living room is a pull out sleeper sofa and entertainment center. The spacious L-shaped kitchen has plentiful counter space …

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Mid-Century Marfa by Kim Lewis

Built on two gooseneck trailers, the 380-square-foot Mid-Century Marfa was designed by Austin-based Kim Lewis. The colorful tiny house features a removable deck and screened-in porch with Parasoleil copper panels. The exterior combines white painted siding with dark wood accent pieces. The two trailers fit together in an L-shape with a breezeway between them, making …

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Bird’s Nest by Kim Lewis

Built for wildlife educators and bird trainers Simon and Lindsey McNeny, the Bird’s Nest was constructed using reclaimed windows, wood, and metal. The tiny house totals 192-square-feet and was designed by Kim Lewis in Austin, Texas and built by Canyon Creek Builder. The home’s exterior was partially covered in reclaimed wood pieces in a random …

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Nicole’s Tiny House by MitchCraft Tiny Homes

This gorgeous 32-foot custom gooseneck tiny home was built by Colorado-based MitchCraft Tiny Homes for their client, Nicole. Mitchcraft created a mountainscape by using stained wood siding and blue painted siding across the back of the tiny house. On the front of the house is a herringbone pattern next to the front door. Inside Nicole’s …

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Pemberley by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

Designed and built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses for a family of five is this 460-square-foot gooseneck tiny house, the Pemberley. The tiny house trailer is 30’+7′ and was a custom build by Trailer Made with Dexter air ride suspension axles and an automatic leveling system. The Pemberley was constructed from structural insulated panels (SIPs), …

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