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Clay’s 34×10 THOW With Super Fun Cat Loft

This custom build by MitchCraft Tiny Homes is absolutely luxurious! It’s filled with sleek and modern finishes that make it an awesome full-time home for Clay. The house is 34×10, and that extra width allows for tons of storage options.

There’s a bathroom with a full soaking tub and a stacking washer and dryer, and the gooseneck bedroom has a whole wall of closet space. Plus, the special cat loft is a lovely way to make his fur baby feel at home!

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Gorgeous & Modern Gooseneck THOW w/ Soaking Tub

The exterior is a nice mix of gray hues with a bold blue door.

The board and batten siding looks great.

The interior is sleek and modern like the outside.

There’s a built-in entertainment center and skylight.

I love that there’s room for a couch.

The white walls with the dark ceiling is so striking.

There’s also a storage bench for more seating.

I love the U-shaped kitchen.

A nice big sink AND a dishwasher.

The appliances are all full-sized.

The bathroom has more of those bold blue accents.

There’s a stacking washer and dryer.

What a pretty sink! Separette toilet.

There’s a rainfall shower head and a deep tub.

Here’s the gooseneck bedroom.

A nice-size bed and still lots of storage.

There’s a secret behind that right cabinet.

Look at this sneaky cat cabinet!

What’s through the door?

A way to the cat loft!

What a fun little spot.

There’s so much closet space!

What do you think of this design?


  • Glass door into living room
  • Built-in entertainment center
  • Storage bench & room for couch
  • Long built-in shelving/storage
  • U-shaped kitchen with dishwasher
  • Gooseneck bedroom with closet
  • Secret cat crawlspace and loft
  • Bathroom with soaking tub

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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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  • Peter Frederick Charneco
    March 14, 2023, 5:37 am

    I was always led to believe that any trailer towed on a public road couldn’t be over 8′ wide without a permit? Correct me if I’m wrong. Beautiful build regardless. Sincerely Peter

    • James D.
      March 15, 2023, 2:46 pm

      Except for the highways that are federally regulated, it will depend on the state and even local county what the specific rules apply and how strictly they’re enforced or not.

      On the highways, you can get away with 8′ 6″ max width but that may limit you to only traveling within 8-10 miles of the highway on nearby local roads, which can be a constraint that say a Class A motor home may have to deal with, for example.

      While local roads may be more strict, usually, or less. Dirt roads, back country areas, etc. may have little to no regulations on the matter. Such variations is also why when you do need permits it’s for each area/state you pass through that requires the permit and may require additional things like an escort in some places.

      It can also depend on the width of the road, like whether it’s 12′ wide or wider for what is allowed to be on it, along with other considerations as weight, length, and height can also factor to whether or not you need a permit and/or special license. Add, some places/regions may allow annual/seasonal permits for those who travel often but most would be time limited, but it ranges from single trip to extended use.

      Most tiny houses are built so they can use the highways and so usually use the max 8′ 6″ width limit. Though, that’s widest point to widest point. So something like a roof overhang means the walls have to be further in from that max width. Same with sconce lights, or anything else that sticks out the sides, as everything else has to be less to keep the structure within the limit.

      However, it’s not difficult to get permits and depending on type and area you’re traveling it may not cost much extra. You may even be able to go online to get a permit, or just plan some days in advance in others.

  • Liz
    March 15, 2023, 6:03 pm

    Geez, do you plan on washing an elephant in that gigantic kitchen sink?

  • Anna Wendt
    March 15, 2023, 9:15 pm

    I love the way MitchCraft used the color blue here! It’s so inviting and homey!!!

  • RvNut
    March 16, 2023, 8:26 am

    I like this home so much that I went to their website to build my own exactly as this one but maybe changing the exterior colors and some colors here and there. Unfortunately, just starting the build was already at $154,200.00. That is without adding anything at all which is nothing like this house, essentials like the a stove and microwave are extras and so you are charged more for those. No dishwasher and not washer and dryer either, they are extra which I could understand but no range or microwave in the kitchen included?! Just choosing the width of 10 feet like this house cost an additional $22,230.00 which brought the running total to$176,430.00 and I wasn’t even half way there. Out of my price range but it may not be for others. Thanks for sharing.

  • Marsha Cowan
    March 18, 2023, 9:18 pm

    Really beautifully done, and gotta’ love that cat patio.

  • Nancy Willard
    March 19, 2023, 4:56 pm

    This is a beautiful tiny but is it real? The exterior pictures don’t match. The door is in two different places and the roof-lines are different as well as the paint job.

    • James D.
      March 20, 2023, 11:58 am

      It’s real, look more carefully… Like that there’s 2 doors and not 1… Note which side the 5th wheel/Gooseneck is facing in each photo for orientation as photos pan around from one side to the other…

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