Built as a getaway home to be used in the Catskill Mountains, the Otsego Gooseneck tiny house will allow the father and son clients to enjoy off-grid living while on vacation. Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses framed the house with Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs), offering superior strength and insulation value over traditional stick framing.
The living room sits over the gooseneck deck and has a built-in couch with storage. The couch faces a picture window, which overlooks the mountains. On the other side of the house are storage stairs that lead up to a king bedroom loft with extra room for a dresser. Red Oak is used throughout the house.
In the center of the house is the kitchen with upper cabinets, a freestanding 24″ propane range, and a 10 cu. ft. refrigerator. The dining table can fit up to six people when fully extended. A Colorado Cylinder stove will provide the primary heat and a propane RV furnace will provide backup heat.
The gooseneck frame is 24′ along the deck and 7’6″ along the neck, totaling 31’6″.
For more information on the Otsego Gooseneck, you can visit the Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses website.
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