This is the Wansley Tiny House by Movable Roots. It’s a 36-foot tiny home built on a gooseneck trailer with almost 390-square-feet of space inside.
It’s designed for a family of four! It even has a private master bedroom over the gooseneck hitch, a large bathroom, custom cabinetry, and more. It’s super awesome! What do you think?
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The 36-foot Wansley Tiny House Designed/Built for a Family of Four In Mind! What do you think?
I love the staircase to the secondary loft! Nice and safe, right?
Here is a better view… You can see how nice the kitchen is from here. Also, notice the fold-down table underneath the window.
The staircase on the other side of the house leads you to the master loft bedroom which is located just over the gooseneck hitch of the trailer.😊
Below is a shot with the table all set up🍴😊
This tiny house is super nice, isn’t it?
The bathroom has gold accents. Nice touch!😍
There is a stacking washer/dryer set in there too!
Very luxurious shower, don’t you think?
This is the master loft bedroom. It has built-in nightstands!
It also has a large closet and a mini-split air conditioner unit to keep the air fresh. That’s awesome!
A closer look at the closet…
Back to the living area…
Up to the secondary loft.
What do you think of this tiny house?
Do you think you could live comfortably in this floor plan/design?
If not, what would you change about it to make it better for you?
The Wansley Tiny House by Movable Roots
Built on a Triple Axle Gooseneck Trailer
390 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home by Movable Roots
The Wansley custom-built tiny home sits on a 36ft Movable Roots gooseneck trailer and has just under 390 square feet of living space including the lofts. This home was designed and built for a family of four tiny house newbies! The private master bedroom is over the gooseneck and has standing headroom with a storage bed frame for a queen size mattress., ample closet space, built-in nightstands, and remote controlled blinds. The bathroom features a large 42×42 walk-in shower, custom cabinetry, stackable washer/dryer, and a Separett toilet. The L shaped kitchen features plenty of space for cooking and prepping. Check out the custom cabinetry. Off the kitchen is an eat-in dining table to the entire family that also folds down when not in use. The living room has a built-in couch with storage underneath and old tobacco barn wood shelving under the TV mount. The second bedroom has staircase access with handrails for safety and space for their two twin beds.
Starting Price: 129,999
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Love it! I would make the gooseneck my crafting studio area and use the other loft as bedroom.
i love this house! everything in it! this is perfect for me and my daughter !
I think it’s AWESOME!!! Thanks for sharing!!!
l too would like to make a crafting room tiny home
Wow! That’s quite the house.
What’s the hight of the two lofts?
The only thing I would change is I’d have a tub/shower instead of just a shower.
I love it! I especially love there is room for a full size washer/dryer. I would, however, have to have a bathtub/shower even if I had to go with a tiny square bathtub. I also think I would change it from a gooseneck to a standard with a lower level bedroom where the master is. There is also no closet space in loft bedroom.
I agree lower level master, no gooseneck and a full wall closet in master as there is very little storage
Beautiful design and open living. I would add a pantry and a main floor cleaning set for coats and boots brooms etc.
Beautiful design and open living. I would add a pantry and a main floor closet for coats boots brooms etc and a small window across from the sofa.
Its lovely! I am not a fan of folding tables, though, as they will inevitably get left out all the time, especially with a family of 4, and then it is in the way, or makes moving around harder. I say design a table that can stay up, then incorporate some kind of storage within, under, or around it, and even in the seating.
Love the design. Wish more tiny builders would put the staircase along the back wall as it frees up more living space. What is the cost on this and is it in Canada or US? Sorry didnt notice.
Moveable Roots is based in Melbourne, FL. and I believe the starting price for this model is $129K…
THIS IS PERFECT FOR ME. I’D HAVE MY CRAFTROOM LOFT.
I would have to have a real couch. These built-ins look uncomfortable and I am sure they are.
Would not change a thing. Love this. It is beautiful and elegant.
I like the overall design. I would be tempte to flip the living area to face the sofa and stairs in tbe opposite directions. It would give adults more headroom at the top of the stairs. Drawers and cupboards could then be built along the lower side with window above the beds. Limits space there but is a nice quiet retreat visible from master bedroom at night.
very nice! I would like skylights in both bedrooms and kitchen. Otherwise PERFECT> Thanks for sharing:)
Tiny home so beautiful I live in Punta Gorda . But here they don’t permit Tiny home yet. It hard because I would like to have one.
This is exactly the design I was looking for – you thought of everything! I even love the colors you have chosen on this home.
That is absolutely beautiful! I love everything about it!
So where is the storage under the secondary stairs? Is it outside?
Beautiful tiny home…love it!
Lovely home. You did ask what I would change….I’m a bit old fashion, minimalish, and short statured. That said, I’d change the bathroom sink, sunken style instead. Love the stackable w/d. Kitchen…no oven/stove, just countertop and lower cabinet, or drawers. I use induction and propane burners, and have a Breville counter top oven so do not need the stove-besides, that set up gives much more work space. Love the frig/freezer and sink. An IKEA folding table would be much handier and versatile than the wall mount table. The couch is fine, but would have to be customized for my short stature to make it comfortable. The master bedroom could do with optional bed size, with nightstands built to suit. Such as a full bed. Last-personally I do not watch tv, no bracket needed. And the floating shelves just ‘feel’ out of balance and random, not useful.
Overall-it is a great house, lots of room and storage, feels open and airy. I feel reasonably sure that most people would wish a few tweaks here and there just to make it their home. It is a great build and obvious that a lot of thought went into its design.
Thank you for sharing. M
Love, love, love this design. However I would make a few changes. I would put in a tub/shower and smaller stackable washer/dryer combo, do a smaller full size frig and add a small pantry in kitchen. Since the ceilings are low, I’d remove the two shelves in the living area and add either a wood burning fireplace or an electric one and remove the mini split system. AC is unimportant to me. I’d use the second loft as “attic” storage and make the couch convertible into a bed if ever needed. Also, in order to make this useful for off grid living, add solar.
This is the best use of space I have seen yet. Love it !!!
So glad you enjoyed it!
Very nice and comfortable but….
1) I need a real closet and the one in the main bedroom is just the ceiling of the bathroom below. There is no height to it for comfortably hanging clothes. It is more like a storage area than a closet.
2) I am not a fan of built in furniture and therefore would add a real pull out couch.
The ONLY thing I would change is the height of the secondary loft. I would rather have a wee bit more headroom so I could use it as an office.
I agree but in my case I would like to drop it down to put a bed set up where you can walk to the end and have a closet and the bed you can sit on from the last step. But hey great minds..
Is this tiny house 8 feet wide? Any wider and it would be much more complex when it was time to move it.
More tiny homes need walls and doors on the loft bedrooms for privacy
That’s certainly something you can prefer but is arguable to apply it to anyone else, because that’s a personal preference that doesn’t apply to everyone. Especially, as most tiny homes are custom built they’ll reflect the preference of the owner, which just isn’t going to be the same for everyone…
Like someone living alone, and is in a location far from anyone, wouldn’t have a need to isolate themselves as there would be no one else to isolate from… While there’s also different levels of privacy. Some people are fine just having the loft out of line of sight. Others may prefer walls and a door but that comes with trade offs that not everyone will agree are worth it, and yet others may think that’s not enough and need the room sound proofed or even in a separate structure to fully isolate it.
There’s just not one single way to do it for everyone, in all possible situations, and meet every possible need or preference… This is just very apparent with custom built homes as they show just how different and diverse homes for different people can be…
Besides, there are always trade offs, especially when dealing with smaller spaces where you may have to prioritize and optimize the space to get the most out of it, which invariably means dealing with compromises but that’s also the benefit of custom building as you can have it optimized to what works best for you and it really doesn’t matter what other people choose…