Wow! This is such a beautiful build from MitchCraft Tiny Homes, with incredible craftsmanship on the exterior siding and tons of clever details inside.
At 32′ x 8′, this 256 square foot gooseneck is still road-legal without any special permits. There’s plenty of storage inside with hidden drawers and cubbies, and even a brilliant fold-down ladder to the second loft!
The buyer, Nicole, has a bedroom in the gooseneck where there’s lots of storage and space to stand up and get dressed. Take a look at the full photo tour below.
From the outside, you’ll notice it features a shed-style roof with a side entrance. Inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and double lofts. This tiny home is located outside of Fort Collins, Colorado at Warren’s Hidden Corner.
This is Chelsea’s 28×10, Dutch-door-entry MitchCraft Tiny Home!
It’s another gorgeous tiny home on wheels built with lots of customization, including a u-shaped kitchen, bathroom with tub, Dutch door entry, combo washer-dryer unit, and more by MitchCraft Tiny Homes. Check it out and let us know what you think about it in the comments below! Thanks!
After a divorce, Jen decided to sell her 2,000 square-foot “American Dream” home and go tiny — but it didn’t start off smoothly. The builder she found on Craigslist was flaky, and she had a huge shell but couldn’t get it liveable.
Thankfully, she got in touch with Mitchcraft Tiny Homes who was willing to take on the project — and according to Jen — made it better than any drawing or picture she showed them. She seems like such a lovely person and you’re sure to enjoy Jenna’s interview with her below.
I feel like it’s been awhile since we appreciated the “gooseneck” tiny house and all it has to offer. This awesome set-up is perfect for allowing a stand-up bedroom even if it isn’t on the ground floor. This great design by Mitchcraft Tiny Homes is no exception.
The lovely French doors open right up into the kitchen, which features a stylish Farmhouse sink, full stove/oven and larger refrigerator. Both bedrooms in the house are private, with a door and full wall. In the living room, the couch actually turns into another sleeping area.
From the outside it looks like an ordinary travel trailer. But once you step inside, you realize it’s been nicely converted into a tiny home that’s easy to tow and since it literally is an RV, it’s easy to find a place to stay using campgrounds and RV parks. So what do you think about a travel tailer renovation like this?
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