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230 Sq. Ft. Gooseneck Tiny House For Sale


This is a 230 sq. ft. gooseneck tiny house for sale out of Lander, Wyoming.

It’s built on a 25ft PJ Gooseneck trailer with your bedroom over the hitch (this gives you a lot more head space than most tiny house lofts).

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Gooseneck Tiny House For Sale in Lander, Wyoming

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Highlights

  • 24ft PJ gooseneck trailer
  • Bedroom over the hitch
  • 32ft overall living space
  • 230 sq. ft. of living space
  • Built in 2017
  • 2×4 walls
  • 2×6 ceiling rafters
  • Located in Lander, Wyoming
  • $32,000

Learn more about this tiny house at the Tiny House Marketplace listing.

Gooseneck Tiny Houses vs. Others

From what I understand, gooseneck style trailers are more stable and therefore more fun to tow. That’s one of the main benefits that I know of for these.

Towing Gooseneck Tiny Homes

So you definitely get more stability but the drawback is that you need a special set up to tow a gooseneck and you lose a little bit of your truck bed’s storage by going this route.

More Headspace in your Tiny House Bedroom

The other main benefit is that you get more head space in your tiny house bedroom when you compare it to other tiny house lofts (like this one).

With a gooseneck tiny house, you can have your bedroom over the hitch and still have plenty of space to sit up and not feel cramped because of lack of headroom like how many people feel in some tiny house lofts.

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So What Do You Think About Goosenecks?

Is this a style of trailer that you’d prefer over the standard utility-style trailers?

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  • Michael April 12, 2018, 6:55 pm

    I would always prefer a goose neck for a THOW bigger than 20 ft especially when you are hitting the road more often. It shortens the overall length and is more safe and comfortable to tow. Beside that you have more weight allowance because the load bearing capability of your truck is added.
    Although I dislike the roof style the asking price of this one seems to be right.
    So you can get a goose neck in the price range of bumper pull.

    • Alex April 12, 2018, 9:49 pm

      Thanks for sharing Michael – makes sense!

  • ATBScott April 13, 2018, 1:07 pm

    What we see looks nice, but a couple of questions:
    Why are the windows on the gooseneck section sitting so low? Seems like you would want them up higher, not at knee-level… It would be nice to see the kitchen and bath areas as well – the sitting area looks great – shelves for books, etc… but what about the rest of the place?

    • James D. April 14, 2018, 1:48 am

      Two reasons…

      1) Most people place windows at the same height as all the others to keep a uniform look on the exterior… and you can note the windows on both sides are at the same level…

      2) Traditional wood framing… The wood studs inside the walls are the support structure and they wrap around the window and have what’s called a header board above the window to make sure none of the structural load bears directly on the windows… But this takes up space inside the walls…

      The roof line also has what’s called a top plate, which is a long beam stud that locks all the wall segments together at the top…

      So basically the framing can limit where you can place the windows…

      Unless you opt for something like SIPs/MIPs that uses no stud framing or something like Advanced Framing, which can minimize the use of studs for a little more leeway…

      For the rest, just go to the sale site, they have more pictures there…

  • Russell Heathcoe May 17, 2018, 9:43 pm

    I have been looking at the developments and progress of tiny homes for years , and I personally love this 5th wheel design . The loft bedroom is perfect , and the living space is more than adequate. Wonderful . And affordable.

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