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31′ MitchCraft Tiny with Amazing Closet Space


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It never ceases to amaze me how much more spacious a 10-foot-wide tiny house is in comparison to the 8-foot-wide standard size. You can really see that in this 31-foot-long gooseneck tiny home from MitchCraft!

This tiny home has it all — a super comfy built-in sectional couch with tons of storage, a U-shaped kitchen complete with a drawer dishwasher, and a bathroom with a huge stock tank soaking tub. Head up the steps to the gooseneck bedroom where there’s standing room next to a stacked washer and dryer, a big built-in closet, and a comfy bed.

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Stunning 10-foot-wide Gooseneck THOW

Welcome home! You enter into the kitchen.

That little oven is adorable. Love the skylight.

Even a faux exposed beam looks amazing.

I absolutely love the handy shoe storage by the doors.

Couldn’t make it easier to tidy up!

There’s some hang-over counter for eating at.

The tile backsplash is gorgeous.

I love the white countertops.

Look at those floating shelves! Beautiful.

Look! A pull-out dishwasher.

A handy trash can drawer.

There’s a mini ceiling fan! So cute.

More storage underneath the countertop.

Those look like the cushiest couch cushions!

There are beautiful shiplap walls.

Here’s the hallway to the gooseneck.

Here’s the full bathroom.

I always adore a bowl sink.

Here’s the deep soaking tub.

There’s plenty of built-in storage in the closet.

Here’s the loft bedroom area with custom side tables.

More storage! Every inch is accounted for.

Hanging storage and a washer & dryer behind the doors.

Highlights:

  • Gooseneck trailer
  • Lofted bed in gooseneck
  • Huge bedroom closet
  • Full bathroom with stock tank tub
  • U-shaped kitchen
  • Oven, large fridge
  • Stackable washer and dryer
  • Comfortable L-shaped couch in living area

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • MareM
    April 1, 2023, 12:57 am

    Wow! What a lot of boxes this checks! This has the first truly comfortable built-in sofa I have ever seen in a tiny. And a wealth of storage, especially for clothes. And so light and airy. The only thing missing from my wish list is a small wood-burning stove.

  • Patti Sue Tucker
    April 1, 2023, 10:43 am

    I love the 10′ Mitchcraft Tiny Home on wheels. I would make 2 suggestions: 1) walk-in shower with safety bars and shower chair and 2) safety features including handrail on steps into home. This is for seniors over 65.

    • Patti Sue Tucker
      April 1, 2023, 10:46 am

      I meant 31′ home.☺

    • James D.
      April 2, 2023, 6:26 pm

      They’re a custom builder, so they’ll do whatever the client wants. People have ordered walk-ins before… The exterior steps are only temporary, though, as they were just staging it before delivery to the owner. The owner will likely have a deck there, etc. after delivery…

      • Patti Sue Tucker
        April 2, 2023, 7:06 pm

        Is there someone who builds this tiny home close to Longview Tx?

        • James D.
          April 2, 2023, 7:39 pm

          This builder, Mitchcraft Tiny Homes, is in Fort Collins, CO, and this is specific to them but they can deliver to anywhere in the country. An equivalent level builder, who can build something similar, that is in Texas is Indigo River Tiny Homes (Dallas, TX).

          While American Tiny House LLC, is one you can check out in 5805 East US Hwy 80 Longview TX 75605… (903) 930-8500… “americantinyhouse” will get you their website and gmail…

  • Donna Rae
    April 6, 2023, 11:48 am

    This is a fabulous Tiny! I love the aesthetics and materials used. I agree with another comment that the cushions on that built-in sofa are the best I’ve seen! Nice and thick so you get the feel of a regular sofa. I am puzzled why they didn’t put cushions all the way to the end instead of having some of the wood platform showing. Perhaps to be used as a built-in side table but for me, the length of the sofa area would be more important. Personal preference. Speaking of the built-in sofa, I wonder if that bit of wall that sticks out into that corner could be eliminated so you could have a regular sectional there. Though those cushions are generous, a sectional would be even better and it would provide for additional sleeping area. Even if you don’t have many guests, it would be an ideal napping corner! 😉 I love the idea of a soaking tub and those stock tanks are nice and deep, for sure. Another comment suggested a walk-in shower…I would think a walk-in tub would also be possible…and for those who would find it difficult getting in and out of that extra tall tub, it would be safer even if not quite as good a soaking experience. I would imagine that is optional when ordering your own build, of course. I am impressed with the amount of storage! Those closets! The open shelves in the kitchen are attractive and I love the grain of the wood but they could have been a bit wider so plates didn’t hang over the edge. I’m sure there was some logic in making that width and they would be quite useful for smaller things like cups and glasses but just a couple of more inches would change how useful they were for dishes. I think those few changes to satisfy my own personal preferences are minor and even without them, this is a lovely and very livable Tiny Home. Kudos to the designers!

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