Named the “Infinitely Stoked,” this impressive 24+7 gooseneck tiny house from Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses features a butterfly roof, two bedrooms, and beautiful accent wall in the living room.
The Infinitely Stoked was originally built for a couple from Omaha (whose last name is Stokesbary — hence the tiny house name), but unfortunately financing fell through. The tiny home is now available for $100k directly through Rocky Mountain.
The home sits on a Trailer Made gooseneck trailer measuring 24-feet long along the base and 7-feet over the gooseneck hitch. The butterfly roof has a slight side-to-side pitch, allowing water to drain off the sides instead of all going down to the valley.
The siding is a combination of stained cedar tongue-and-groove and black metal. A four-lite custom built front door blends in with the black metal siding.
As you first enter the home you’ll see the stunning accent wall in the living room. The accent piece was made from scrap siding, barn wood, and boards from a 1960 Ford F600 grain truck. Also in the living room is a built-in L-shaped couch with storage and a flip top armrest for a laptop.
A retractable ship’s ladder leads up to the kid’s loft, which has a privacy wall with a small opening for light and air.
A custom live edge kitchen counter was crafted from mesquite, oak, and walnut. Also in the kitchen is a white farmhouse sink, slide-in gas range with combo microwave/vent hood, dishwasher drawer, and stainless steel refrigerator with bottom freezer. Across from the kitchen is a fold down dining table with the same woods as the kitchen counter.
The sliding bathroom door has frosted acrylic panels to allow light through while still providing privacy. The bathroom includes a gorgeous glass vessel sink on a live edge mesquite countertop, a glass corner shower with custom tile, and a Separett composting toilet. There is also a combo washer/dryer, back lit medicine cabinet, and water heater.
Storage stairs lead up to the gooseneck master bedroom. The bedroom is large enough for a king size bed and the bed platform has hydraulic assists to access storage below. The closet is located over the bathroom and is lined with aromatic cedar.
The Infinitely Stoked was listed at $100,000. For more information about the tiny house, please visit the Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses website.
Also available from Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses:
- Infinitely Stoked
- San Juan
- Ad Astra
- La Luna Llena
- Otsego Gooseneck
- Red Mountain
- Harmony Haven
- Ol’ Berthoud Blue
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