This is the Pemberley 37′ gooseneck tiny house, designed and built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.
It features 460 square feet inside if you include the loft space. Impressive, right? Have you ever considered a tiny house with this much space?
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The Pemberley Gooseneck Rocky Mountain Tiny House
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The floor plan is so small I can not read it. Is it possible to enlarge it??
If you have a PC, press the ctrl key and while holding it down, press the + key. You can enlarge it that way. For MAC, it would be the Apple key and the + key combo. For a smart phone, use your fingers to make the image appear larger. Thus, no need for a separate document.
Alternatively, right click on the picture and open in a new tab. Picture will then be larger. On windows. Don’t know how that would work on an apple machine though.
The house looks lovely but nowhere near wide enough. They have a tiny home out now that’s I believe 11 or 11 and 1/2 ft wide I know it’s on wheels but don’t recall if it had to be moved commercially. This is much nicer than most of the tiny homes I’ve seen. The benefit of waiting this long before purchasing, now all of the Kinks have been worked out of the designs, moisture issues, design issues, and maximum use of space. There have been a lot of designs and I’ve seen the majority of them. I’m not specifically looking for a home this small and probably will go with a container home because I’m in no condition to drive long distances. I like using ideas from different places and putting them into one to make the best use of space possible. I wish these had been available when I bought my first home . I’m getting ready to sell that home now. I am in the process of remodeling the interior and almost completed. I now have gained in the last 5 Years $100,000 equity from being upside down a year after I bought it. Now I just need to figure out where I want to go before I have my next home built, my last home, my forever home. I wish you all much success in your future. God bless.
Susan Pariseau, it looks like this family intends to travel… They even made sure to be able to mount the truck’s rear enclosure hood on the rear of the house with a hoist mechanism so they can easily move whenever they want and still use the truck as their daily driver…
So that means they needed it to be road legal and thus had to be within the 8′ 6″ width limit…
For homes that don’t need to be moved then they can be any size and even homes that only need to be moved once in awhile and usually for shorter distances can go 10-12 feet wide to a max of 14 feet wide…
While Tiny Houses have actually been around a long time, it’s more a revival and people are just more aware of them now…
Like people were making custom motor homes way back in the 70’s and if you look at houses going back more than 70 years then you’ll start seeing many that were below 900 sq ft, some even below 300 sq ft as people have actually been living in small structures for most of human history… It was just sometime around 1953 to modern times that big houses became the new norm for nearly everyone instead of just the rich, royalty, and those running businesses of some kind…
But as long as you’re building it on a property then you can scale it to whatever size you want… There’s no actual reason why you can’t have whatever size home you want… Provided the local zoning allows it…
Prefab would probably be a bit better than containers as you’d have more control over the layout/floor plan and don’t need to make any construction compromises…
Unless you really want to recycle and/or want something you can try building yourself… as then the container would be the better fit then…
Modular houses can also be scaled to whatever design, layout, and size your want…
There’s also a variety of foundation options depending on how permanent you want it and whether you want it to be embedded in the ground or above it…
A few years ago I checked out the laws in about a dozen states. Every one of them allows wide loads up to 10 feet without having an escort. You will need a permit in most of the states and they sometimes prescribe the route and what time of day you can travel. My build will be 10 feet wide. Honestly not many thows are going to travel more than once or twice in their lifetime and the extra 18 inches makes a huge difference when jamming in beds and such. Caveat, since many tiny homes spend some of their time in multi-purpose RV parks it would be good to check width limits in said communities. Ya never know when such details will bite your heinie.
I agree with you completely. I’ve been in several 8 feet wide tiny homes and then I looked into purchasing one that was 10 wide and it made a tremendous difference. Even if a person moved their tiny house every other year, it wouldn’t be that big a deal to get a permit or whatever.
In this moment…., I can only contemplate.
Wow! What a unique, enormous space! I could see this as lake lot, vacation home. Pile ALL your friends in there over the 4th! 👍🏼
Pretty nice! Love the privacy walls upstairs, but how would you fit in the mattresses?
Most mattresses can be lifted into the area easily though you need at least two possibly three people to hoist them up and over the balcony rails for the Queen/King sizes. Maybe two people for the smaller mattresses.
That’s one way to go about it… Or you can just mount and attach a pulley and to hoist it up there, with bonus of then being able to use the pulley for setting up a little dumbwaiter… So the ladder would only be for entering and leaving the loft area…
With all the custom stuff the client ordered, I’m guessing this particular model is quite expensive. Though, because they are military, the need for something like this is so much better than attempting to find regular housing to fit their needs. Now, with that said, wonder if only 1-bath is going to be adequate for the size of family whom have purchased it.
Oh for crying out loud, plenty of families world wide, as well as the USA, manage quite well with ONE bathroom. It’s only people suffering from afflurenza who HAVE to have multiple bathrooms. Waste of space. Waste of resources. Waste of money. IMHO
Eric, while that’s true it’s also true that not all families can always coordinate their bowel movements to never be at the same time… Another example is not all families will always have plenty of time to get ready for both the kids to get ready to go to school and the parents to go to work, especially if you start having more than 4 people total in the house and the schedule isn’t set enough to be sure to always set aside enough time…
There’s also different lifestyles and some people may want to have the option of having at least a half bath for guests to use…
It’s certainly not something everyone will need but there are people who it would not only not be a waste but an actual need as well…
There’s also work around solutions like a bathroom that can be stored away when not needed, especially if you only need to add a half bath every now and then… So the impact on available space can be minimized quite a bit if properly planned out…
Oops, forgot you ‘Muricans call a toilet a bathroom. To us in Noo Zilund a bathroom is a room with a bath. Or sometimes sans bath but with a shower. And occasionally they include a toilet there too. Occasionally…
When I was a teen my family moved into a house that was meant to be a 2-3 month temporary place, so my parents didn’t care that it only had one bath for 6 of us. Every morning I had to wait for my dad to finish his shower before I could relieve myself and I still remember the pain waiting in the hallway. I couldn’t get dressed for school until I went to the bathroom so I sat bent over in the hall just waiting for him to finish.
One bath is ok for a couple, but not if they have kids.
Uh, no… We don’t call the toilet the bathroom, we call the room it is in a bathroom, which usually includes a toilet, sink, bath/shower and can include additional things like washer/dryer, Sauna, etc.
A half bath is usually just a toilet and sink in a very small room… While a wet bath merges them all into the same space.
Most Americans are just not used to having the toilet separate from the bathroom. It’s usually only something encountered when going off-grid, RV’ing, camping, countryside life, public restrooms, etc.
You’re otherwise entitled to your opinion, but there are many reasons to need multiple bathrooms that don’t require a medical condition to be valid… It’s just not something everyone requires but there are people and living situations that call for it…
Fully agree with Eric. Having grown up in the great NZ I knew of plenty of families with between 4 and 6 kids plus parents who all managed to live quite fine having only ONE bathroom ( though one family of 8 kids did have a second toilet beside the bathroom) without a problem. Come to think of it I know many families here in Ireland with 6-8 kids (and in one case 12 kids) who have all grown up happy in a single storey house with 3 bedrooms and one bathroom. My current landlady lived until 5 years ago in a 2 bed house shared with parents, her daughter and an adult brother. She and her daughter now share it between them after her parents died (and she was left the house). My sister currently lives in a 3 bed with one bathroom shared with eldest son/daughter-in-law/2 kids, daughter/son-in-law/1 kid and youngest son (sister sleeps in the living room on the sofa) but grew up in Bosnia where families all lived together like this. It is a modern thing now in Ireland to have a toilet under the stairs plus an en suite and family bathroom upstairs but you pay by losing living/storage space.
I SUPER LOVE IT. The purple is beautiful. I’m wondering if my knees would work at my age going around upstairs. How much does a home like this cost? I’m so into getting a home kinda like this for myself.
Love, love, love this!! I want it in pink though 🙂
I’m all for sky blue scarlet myself… ; )
Wow, it has plenty of features I like. Air suspension reduces the stress on the building when on the road and would be a must for myself to protect the investment.
I don’t like and needs loft and would reduce overall height to streamline it for better gas mileage.
This is really a great layout, I have been working on a layout now for about two weeks myself using a very similar goose neck. I would love to get the floorplans in a larger size. This is my first design and though I have a good idea of what i’m doing, it would help to have some references. (I do know you can zoom in and open in a new tab, but that doesn’t help much as it gets blurry quick)
Oh yes! That perfectly matches my vision for this as a huge comfy library. And a dumbwaiter is needed for my tea! And the hoist would match the rest of this semi nautical/industrial look.
Love da outside because of da purple color, da shade is great. Kind of disappointed by da inside. Seen ones way smaller then these that are way nicer on da inside. Kind of surprised as this one is at least twice da side of most tiny houses.