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A traveling teacher was looking for a home she could tow with her wherever her job required, so she contacted Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses about building a gooseneck THOW out of metal SIPs (structurally insulated panels) that would be easier to tow than a stick-built tiny home.

The result is a fantastic  29-foot THOW, filled with tons of custom details including a downstairs bedroom, loft living area and lots of off-grid capabilities so she wouldn’t *need* to find hookups at campgrounds. Check out the photos and details below!

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Off-Grid THOW by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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Here’s another set of tiny house plans we think you’ll love — the Desiderata. Build on a gooseneck trailer, you get that awesome split-level living room (or maybe a bedroom?) along with the rest of the great layout that fits in two additional lofts.

There’s a spacious kitchen and bathroom, and oodles of storage tucked into every corner. You can watch a video tour of the original home below, and get the plans here.

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Awesome 32′ THOW Plans for Sale w/ Gooseneck Living Room

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Here is the Rambler Deluxe by Indigo River Tiny Homes. A client contacted them wanting a Denali tiny house, a la Timbercraft Tiny Homes, but built by someone closer to home. I think Indigo River did a great job fulfilling their client’s dream!

There are two entrances, and the side one leads into the living room that has lovely high ceilings. The kitchen sits in the middle of the home, adjacent to a bathroom with a beautiful tile-and-stone shower stall. Up a few steps (with storage drawers), sits the gooseneck bedroom.

There’s even a neat loft/storage area above the bathroom! No inch is wasted. What do you think?

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Denali-Inspired Tiny House by Indigo River Tiny Homes

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RVs are becoming a popular option for minimalists who want to join the tiny house movement. While not as durable as their stick-built cousins, they are an awesome option for couples or families interested in seeing more of the country since they’re designed to be lightweight and portable.

This 2004 Holiday Rambler 5th Wheel has been completely renovated and turned into a stylish tiny house with farmhouse features.  There’s even a greenhouse window where you can grow some herbs!

The seller in California is asking $39,000 for the 39-foot RV that boasts 398 square feet of living space. You can get in touch at Tiny House Marketplace here.

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Completely Renovated RV for Sale in CA

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Here’s the “Traveler’s Paradise” built by Mint Tiny Homes. It’s a version of their Canada Goose model, and comes in at a whopping 41 feet long!

This gooseneck THOW can sleep up to 8 people, which is quite impressive for 392 square feet! There are two lofts, one accessible via ladder and the other by a staircase. But there’s also a separate gooseneck bedroom at the far end of the tiny house!

But there’s also plenty of living space in the main living room, and a grand galley kitchen with butcher block countertops. The price for the home as pictured is $111,300. Enjoy the photo tour below!

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A Tiny House with Three Bedrooms! Wow!

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Now this is a tiny house unlike anything I’ve ever seen before! There are two triangular additions to the top of this gooseneck THOW that provide standing room in the queen-sized loft bedroom, and a rooftop porch in the center.

The home was a DIY build by a husband and wife team, and is now for sale in Idaho for $65,000. Inside, the gooseneck has been transformed into a spacious living area, while a galley kitchen and full bath take up the rest of the ground floor.

There’s a stunning barnwood accent wall in the living area, and a huge closet with built-in storage by the bathroom for hanging storage. Enjoy the photo tour below and contact the seller (or ask questions) here.

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Buy This Tiny House with Standing Room Loft for $65K

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