The Santa Fe is a 33-foot gooseneck tiny house built by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes in Lyons, Colorado. The southwest style home offers a stand-up bedroom over the gooseneck.
The Santa Fe was built on a Trailer Made tiny home trailer with three 7,000lb axles. The main deck is 26-feet long and the gooseneck is 7-feet long. The total living space including the loft is 376-square-feet.
Three round windows have a southwest design that give it a Sante Fe style. The exterior siding is a combination of tongue-and-groove cedar and standing seam metal with shou sugi ban treated trim. The outside storage is large enough to store two bicycles.
As you enter the Sante Fe you’ll see the cozy living room with built-in L-shaped couch to the right. A short flight of stairs leads up to the master bedroom over the gooseneck. The bedroom has a queen size bed and closet.
Rustic wood finishes were used throughout the home. The main area has luxury vinyl plank flooring and the bathroom has ceramic tile.
To the left of the entry is the kitchen. There is plenty of storage space in the rustic pine cabinets, closet, and pantry built into the storage stairs. There is a Danby 9.2 cu.ft. refrigerator, three burner RV propane range, and hammered copper sink.
A second bedroom loft is located over the kitchen and bathroom areas. The loft is 14-feet deep and large enough for a king size bed.
In the bathroom is a 5-foot shower/tub combo, custom vanity with copper vessel sink, medicine cabinet, washer/dryer combo, and composting toilet.
For more information about the Santa Fe, please visit SimBLISSity Tiny Homes.
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