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Railway-Inspired Gooseneck Tiny House


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Meet “The Road Boss,” a railway-car-inspired Gooseneck tiny house built this year on a 1998 JAMC trailer. The whole home has a comfy vintage vibe and uses the best materials for a luxury finish.

The gooseneck bedroom fits a queen-sized bed and has tons of necessary headroom. There’s a built-in couch/bench with additional storage and a galley kitchen with sleek epoxy countertops. A compact toilet-and-shower bathroom finishes off the layout. It’s for sale for $85,000 in Stoughton, MA.

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“The Road Boss” Custom Gooseneck THOW: 2023 Tiny House on 1998 JAMC Gooseneck Trailer

The floor is painted and sealed, but you could add LVP on top of it.

The counters are a stained-and-epoxied butcher block.

There’s a small bathroom next to the kitchen.

A residential toilet and floating shelves.

A nice compact shower stall.

A cozy L-shaped bench couch with storage.

Beautiful shiplap on the curved ceilings!

This area fits a queen-sized bed.

The white cedar shingles are gorgeous!

Details:

  • 29 Ft. Gooseneck Trailer
  • The home comes with several extras:
    – both carpets pictured
    -a lock for the fifth wheel for protection
    -a tarp that can cover the entire house and trailer
    -a bucket of extra Cedar Shingles
    -electric exterior connection wire
    -a box of extra LVP that matches the bathroom
    -a replacement wax ring for the toilet
    -exterior PVC elbow for exterior hook up
    -exterior copper water connection with on/off switch
    -pictured temporary staircase
  • Main living room:
    -Includes two built-in Red Oak benches with access to the gooseneck area and storage directly inside
    Left bench: 59.5in L x 23.5in W x 22.125in H
    Right bench: 52in L x 19in W x 22.125in H
    -The floor dimensions can house a queen-size mattress
    -Ceiling height is 109 inches, just over 9 feet, making the living room tall and spacious.
  • Main hallway:
    -Includes a custom closet/bookshelf unit
    -Closet interior: 28in L x 21in W x 80in H
    -Includes three shelves for extra storing, a pine clothing rod in the middle area for hanging everyday wear and battery-operated lights hooked up to an exterior switch. The Red Oak doors include modern handles for opening and slow-closing cabinet hinges.
    -Bookshelf dimensions: 23in L x 10in W x 84in H
    -Above the closet/bookshelf, there is a flat surface for further storage and decor.
  • Kitchen Area:
    -Includes a Hevea butcher block counter, stained an Ebony Black and sealed with layers of Polyurethane. The backsplash the same material and stained the same color.
    -Kitchen counter dimensions: 164in L x 24.75in D x 36in H
    -Kitchen alley width: 22in
    -IKEA KILSVIKEN Black Quartz Composite sink:
    26in L x 15.75in W x 6in H
  • Bathroom area:
    -Includes a sliding pocket door with black locking hardware that separates the space from the kitchen.
    -Door opening for bathroom: 27.5in W x 81in H
    -Shower enclosure dimensions: 31.5in x 31.5 in x 98in H
    -Bathroom area dimensions (excluding shower): 59in L x 31in W x 98 in H
    -KOHLER toilet with slow-close seat
    -Two custom Red Oak shelves for towel and bathroom storage
    -Toilet paper holder and towel rack
    -Waterproof LVP lines the floor and shower walls for a seamless finish with waterproofed plywood underlayment
    -The window in the bathroom helps manage moisture and humidity with a removable privacy window film which allows light and comfort
    -Includes a green sconce with a switch that is attached to the mounting base
  • Bedroom area:
    -The loft area’s biggest asset is the tall standing area
    -The area fits a queen-size bed
    -Bedroom dimensions: 84in L x 67in W x 70in H
    -Includes two floating shelves
    -Includes pine stair treads stained the same Ebony Black as the countertops and sealed with Polyurethane

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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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  • Marsha Cowan
    July 19, 2023, 8:00 pm

    This is really pretty. It does have a rail car ambience, and I love the way the living quarters and the loft blend together with that lovely stair. This is really nice!

  • Alison
    July 20, 2023, 5:21 pm

    I like that they raised up the small refrigerator.
    It must be hard to change the bottom sheets with the bed tucked in that way. Lots of tiny houses have this situation, and I understand why (space!). But it sure looks awkward.
    Overall, this house is very appealing.

    • Alex
      July 26, 2023, 12:01 pm

      Good points, Alison, thanks so much for your comment! 🙂

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