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This Gooseneck Tiny House has a Bunk Room AND a Master Bedroom


Check out the latest luxury tiny house from the builders at Tiny Heirloom. This 37×8.5 ft tiny house sits on a gooseneck trailer, allowing for a private Master bedroom with headroom. But if you have kids or frequent guests, you’ll appreciate the back bunkroom on the other side of the THOW.

All the finishes are high-end, like the custom backsplash or designer wallpaper throughout. If you like something bold and different, this tiny is for you! It’s currently for sale, and you contact the seller here.

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It’s the Cerulean Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom with a Master Bedroom, too!

CERULEAN TINY HOME 5

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The interior is covered with custom wallpaper.

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Under-cabinet lighting (no tripping in the dark).

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French doors lead into the kitchen.

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Tiled shower with all kinds of tiles.

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The back bunkroom has an artistic railing.

CERULEAN TINY HOME 3

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What do you think of this rather large tiny home on wheels built on a gooseneck trailer?

CERULEAN TINY HOME 4

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Highlights:

  • PRICE: $154,995
  • Brand new tiny home on wheels ready for immediate purchase.
  • Dimensions: 37′ long x 8’6″ wide x 13’6″ tall
  • Weight: 13,460 pounds
  • RVIA certified
  • 2 sleeping areas
  • Main floor master (fits a queen bed) + has 2 closets
  • Ceiling fan + light
  • Floor-to-ceiling tiled shower with a rain shower
  • Sliding glass shower doors
  • Pocket doors in between main level rooms
  • Multiple storage lofts (including one in the main bedroom + another over the bathroom)
  • Second bedroom in the gooseneck
  • Mini-split air conditioner
  • Custom backsplash tile
  • Custom designer wallpaper
  • Undermount lighting under kitchen cabinets
  • Wainscot walls
  • Appliances – custom (mini dishwasher & microwave/oven)
  • Custom Ikea cabinets & kitchen
  • Ecotemp on-demand hot water heater
  • Fixtures – custom
  • Flooring – vinyl & heated flooring
  • Apron sink
  • Chef’s faucet
  • Flushing toilet

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • March 30, 2022, 2:17 pm

    Kind of has an art deco feel to it.

  • Diana
    April 14, 2022, 5:43 pm

    Way overpriced and too busy interior.

    • James D.
      April 14, 2022, 7:11 pm

      It’s a designer home, it takes a lot more to build them that way so they’re not going to be the same price as a basic regular home… Designs are just like art, opinions vary but it was built for the owner and what they prefer…

      If you ever watched the TV show “Tiny Luxury”, Tiny Heirlooms was the builder behind that show… Though, the original family sold it to Tiny Innovations, but they cater to people who want highly customized homes tailored to their specific tastes and preferences…

      • Diana
        April 14, 2022, 9:25 pm

        Doesn’t make any difference or change my opinion and I don’t know why you feel the need to defend against my opinion.

        • James D.
          April 14, 2022, 10:32 pm

          No, it’s perfectly fine for you to still think this is priced too high and not like how it looks, I’m just explaining why it’s priced that high and that it was designed for someone else…

          It’s important to be informed consumers, otherwise you can just as easily be sold a piece of junk as having something over priced.

          While it’s also good to help avoid discriminating against other people’s choices if you at least understand them, if not agree with them. Mind, being a custom designer home means you’re actually critiquing the original owners for their choices and homes can be very personal and can have significant emotional meaning to people… Make of that what you will, I’m just pointing it out and you can decide for yourself…

  • Ingrid M Lee
    April 15, 2022, 6:38 am

    LOVE IT, OUT OF MY LEAGUE BUT I THINK IT IS VERY EASY ON THE EYES, BRIGHT AND CHEERFUL

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