This is a 32′ Gooseneck Westbury model by Cornerstone Tiny Homes in Florida.
I love the mix and match shingles and clapboards on the outside of the home, but the inside is where the magic is! This tiny does a great job creating a separate living room over the gooseneck, and the bedroom on the other side is easily accessible by a super creative stair maze! But to be honest, it’s the glamorous kitchen that sold me on this unit. This home was custom-built, but you can purchase both a shell and finished version of this model. Watch the video walkthrough below!
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32′ Gooseneck Westbury with Awesome Living Room
Check out this staircase maze! Like the storage on that wall.
Love the comfortable sectional sofa and the blue walls.
Looking out on the house from the living area.
Another view — the two-tone walls are fun.
Oh look! Someplace to hang your clothes — perfect!
Here’s the bedroom, I’d put a dresser in that little corner 🙂
Looking from the bed out on the rest of the house.
This kitchen! It’s amazing. LOVE those dark cabinets and the countertops.
Perfect spot to eat and enjoy that tile backsplash!
Induction cooktop and a range. How cool!
Other side of the home. Nice fridge!
How can you not love this tie-die sink? So different!
And the pebble floor! That will go in my tiny house someday!
Video: Cornerstone Tiny Homes – New Westbury Model
Want one? Have questions about this model? Contact the builder, Cornerstone Tiny Homes, on their website.
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