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MitchCraft 5th Wheel Tiny Home

This is a MitchCraft 5th Wheel Tiny Home.

One of the MitchCraft employees is selling his own tiny house that he built! Ken built this beautiful tiny home in Maine, and drove it all the way to Colorado. This 32′ tiny home is well designed, expertly crafted, and built to last!

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MitchCraft 5th Wheel Tiny Home (For Sale)

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One of the MitchCraft employees is selling his own tiny house that he built! Ken built this beautiful tiny home in Maine, and drove it all the way to Colorado. This 32′ tiny home is well designed, expertly crafted, and built to last!
Features include:
– Sleeping loft over hitch with drawers underneath, and closet system for storing clothing
– Large living room space with room for futon, recliner, and desk/table
– 8′ of kitchen counter, RV rated propane appliances with combo wash/dryer
– High quality cork flooring throughout (vinyl flooring in bathroom)
– 48″ bathroom with 32″ shower stall, bathroom sink, Nature’s Head composting toilet, and plenty of storage
– Shiplap interior walls and ceiling
– Andersen casement and awning windows for plenty of natural lighting
– Standing seam curved metal roofing
– All cedar exterior siding, clapboard wainscoting with cedar shake shingles on top
Utilities and Details:
– Double axle (7,500# per axle) HD fifth-wheel trailer (32′ overall)
– 12’2″ overall road height (lower for easier and safer transport)
– Roxul mineral wool batt insulation
– Shore power hookup plus 12 volt 260 amp hours off grid system
– 1000 watt inverter
– 30 amp converter
– Pro-Logix battery charger
– 3M Recreational vehicle water filtration system
– Shurflo 4008 RV by-pass water pump
– 45 gallon fresh water tank, and 45 gallon grey water holding tank (mounted underneath trailer)
– Norcold 5.5 cu ft propane/ac refrigerator
– Atwood 21″ 3 burner propane range with oven
– Edgestar combo washer & dryer
– Camco 8,000 btu catalytic wall mount safety heater
– Atwood 6 gal. L.P. gas water heater
– Atwood 21′ L.P. gas range & slide-in cooktop
– Nature’s Head self- contained composting toilet
– 17″ x 13″ bath sink
– 17″ x 21″ Elkay kitchen sink
– 19″Insignia TV with cable TV hookup on house
Listing Price: $80,000 (everything included)
Contact us for more information!


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  • Avatar Luis Cuevas Jr

    Love the layout. Be nice if it had slide-outs in the living room area. Needs a bigger TV. How much without the furnishings?

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      I like the idea of slide outs. He didn’t share the price since it’s just his private home — Tiny House Talk Team

      • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

        Oh my I’m sorry I thought I was looking at a different tiny house — ignore me 🙂 It’s $80,000.

  • Avatar Kid Cardona

    Beautiful home. Like the colors inside and the steps up to the bedroom is a nice touch. Well done. How much?

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      I liked it too! I’m afraid he didn’t share the price. — Tiny House Talk Team

      • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

        Hi Kid — sorry! It’s $80,000. I was looking at a different tiny house.

    • Avatar Andrea


  • Avatar Luis Cuevas Jr

    Can this size be pulled by a F250?

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      It would largely depend on how much it weighs. You might have to ask the seller to make sure — Tiny House Talk Team

    • Avatar Elle

      I’d check the weight limits with the manufacturer of the truck. It should online. An F250 can pull a lot of load. However, a fully loaded pull that has all your stuff could be a different matter.

    • Avatar Dean

      I seriously doubt it. Speaking as a former truck mechanic, I’d say you’re likely looking at something closer to an F-550 or a 2800 series International.

  • Avatar JanneZack

    Cons: There is a reason why “minimum codes” exist. I know, most tiny homes don’t come close to most codes but if you were at least familiar with them, you would know that the bathroom sink is practically useless. You can’t brush your teeth while leaning over that sink because your head (and arm with the brush) will not fit into the space. You should have saved yourself the money and effort for that one. The IKEA sink (rectangular and about 11″ x 22″) that fits snugly against the wall is in the same category. Try to lean over and spit without hitting your head on the wall (or heaven forbid you put some sort of shelf or cabinet above it!

    I know you will need to adjust your, in this case, brushing and/or spitting habits to use this tiny house but a bit more investigation and knowledge about why the particular code exists, even if you won’t follow it exactly should be considered ESPECIALLY if you are building the tiny for someone else who could knock themselves out cold the first time they spit.

    Just sayin’.

    Pros: On the other side, this really is a lovely unit. The space is well thought out (except for the bathroom sink). If this were my unit, that sink would end up being the cat’s fresh water dish, so no harm no foul!

    This one has refreshing color and needed board siding and seems to tick a LOT of space boxes. It is otherwise well designed.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Although I do agree a knowledge of codes is a very good thing, I think there is plenty of room for spitting there, haha. It looks deeper than the camper sink we used to have. And yes, it’s a great house. — Tiny House Talk Team

      • Avatar Marsha Cowan

        I agree, Natalie, to each his own spit!

    • Avatar Sgmaps

      He built it for himself and it worked for him. Unless you are above average size, I can’t see a problem with either sink.

  • Avatar JanneZack

    * beaded board, not “needed”. Sorry, auto correct!

  • Avatar Lannymac

    Love the cork floors! I have them in my kitchen, they are priceless!
    Warm, soft (no broken dishes, everything bounces) quiet, they would be excellent for a tiny home. They can be lightly sanded and re-stained, also come in a variety of colours, you can put a couple of extra coats of Varathane etc. for increased durability. The cost for a tiny space would be reasonable for a lifetimes’ use. Beautiful colours and durable finishes inside and out in this tiny home! Well done.

    • Avatar Marsha Cowan

      I like them, too. My daughter has them in her kids’ rooms.

      • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

        I’ve never thought about having them but I love it! — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Avatar Nancy M.

    Awesome home! So spacious and so livable — even in a Long-lasting bad weather season! Love the bright colors! Definitely could do this one, even with a few steps. I could always sit and scoot up the stairs if it ever comes to that, I guess!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      The colors are lovely 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

    • Avatar Julie J.

      I was envisioning going up the stairs on my behind as well:). Great minds think alike.

  • Avatar Michael

    Refreshing design and beautiful colors inside.
    Impressive list of materials used and appliances in build.
    For THOW above 24′ I would always go for gooseneck.
    Wondering why he is selling and what is his asking price?

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Not sure why he’s selling 🙁 — but the asking price is listed above: $80,000.

  • Avatar Luis Cuevas

    What’s the total weight of this THOW?

  • Avatar Susanne

    80,000 isn’t high?

    • Avatar Eric

      Nobody said it wasn’t. And, in the whole scheme of things, for what you get it isn’t. Unless you live in some backwater place where you can buy a house with land for $50k or so. Certainly can’t where I live.

  • Avatar Megan

    Love 5th wheels and love the design of this tiny house! I would probably change the color on the inside, but I love how everything is positioned. I would also have a bigger TV and mount it on the wall and make the windows little bigger above the kitchen sink. I love the kitchen and how they position

    • Avatar Suzy Que

      What color is the paint? What brand? I love it!

  • Avatar Kathy Khoshfahm

    Beautifully done. Definitely on my top 10 list…

  • Avatar Elle

    This is SUCH a nice place, well designed and beautiful decorated. Love the cool paint color. It lightens the entire place without having to paint everything white. Great stuff.


    sorry, I forgot to mention about the cork floors….excellent on joints, legs, feet, so comfortable, with excellent insulation properties….
    and it’s renewable, the dark cork is simply stunning…..

    • Avatar Alex

      Excellent points, thanks!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      I’ve never walked on cork flooring, but it sounds great!


    If you have had the displeasure of tasting or seeing Mylanta, that is what the color reminds me of… But the curious thing about it is I like it.. Lmao…! I don’t know maybe I am getting stranger in my old age, but I find this house very attractive….! Maybe it’s the little bit of white and boarder of wood that just set’s it all apart for me, But as I said before I like it….!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      It’s not a color I would have ever chosen, either, but I really like it too!

  • Avatar keepyourpower

    Can you imagine how much grease and steam from the cooktop will fall on that chair? Not a good place for it and needs air venting.

  • Avatar ROSEE

    Oooh yes! Very, very nicely done all around. Three thumbs up!

  • Avatar Danielle DiLisio

    Love this one!

  • Avatar Susanne

    I am dying to know why a tiny home builder is selling HIS Tiny Home?!??
    Maybe to build/live in a different model.
    Wish we knew!

    • Avatar Elle

      Good question and pertinent.

  • Avatar Sophia

    Very cute, but I’m afraid I wouldn’t be able to use that bathroom sink either. Standing before it my left shoulder would be partially into the shower space! Sometimes I like to wash my face with both hands 🙂

  • Avatar Joseph

    Beautiful looking tiny home.

  • Avatar Hollie Terry

    Is this home still available? Thanks

  • Avatar Betty S.

    Now, I could live in this one. It is truly a nice tiny house.

  • Avatar Mysteryuz

    I like the kitchen design. You can cook, put a load in the washer/dryer, and do dishes all in one area. That’s perfect. I also like the separation between the living room and bedroom. You could still fall asleep while someone is in the living room so long as they aren’t too loud, yet you can also chat with someone if you had to run up to the bedroom. Very cool.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      Yes that would be super nice!

  • I really do not like this kind of a curved roof but darn, this is a fabulous TH. It is too pricey for me but could move in tomorrow.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      I’m glad you liked it!

  • Avatar Liz

    This is so cool. The interior wall colors look so refreshing and relaxing. How about that ceiling? And the bedroom? Really a nice place!!

  • Avatar Luis

    An f350 should b able to pull it. It’s got 7500 double axels. How much weight can that support. Love the layout

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