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This is The Brooke Tiny House by Tiny House Building Company.

It’s built on a 34′ gooseneck trailer. Enjoy and learn more below!

340 Sq. Ft. Gooseneck Tiny House

Photo credit: Tiny House Building Company

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This is the SimBLISSity 24′ + 7′ JJ’s Place, which I call “Rustic Elegance.”

The custom home sits on a 24′ gooseneck with a 7′ “deck” where the main bedroom is located, allowing for nearly 6 ft. of headroom, which is great for a tiny house bedroom. The house won the Denver Home Show’s “best use of space” award, and after taking the photo tour, I’m sure you’ll see why! The use of beetle kill pine and corrugated metal makes the inside cozy and romantic.

Get all the details below and enjoy the pictures! If you want a home like it, find the contact info for SimBLISSity at the end.

Related: SimBLISSity 26′ Judy Blue Eyes Tiny Home

The SimBLISSity 24′ + 7′ JJ’s Place: Rustic Elegance

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This is the latest from Alpine Tiny Homes in Utah: A live-edge beetle kill tiny home on a 28 ft. gooseneck.

The home, built for an an artist, features both a loft kid’s bedroom (with under-bed storage) as well as a gooseneck master bedroom. I really love the studio loft with a skylight where the artist can make masterpieces! The u-shaped kitchen and full bath both feature gorgeous copper sinks, and there’s even a doggy and cat door under the gooseneck stairs.

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Live-Edge Beetle Kill Gooseneck by Alpine Tiny Homes

Images via Alpine Tiny Homes Facebook

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This is the latest from Tiny House Building Company in Fredericksburg, Virginia: A White and Bright Gooseneck THOW specially built for a customer.

The home features one of the largest closets I’ve seen in a tiny home, right inside the bedroom that sits over the gooseneck. The interior is clean and simple, featuring white paneled walls that contrast with darker floors throughout the house. What you’ll really love about this one is the floor plan: The bathroom is located away from the kitchen!

Enjoy perusing the pictures, and if you want a house like this one, check out Tiny House Building Company.

Related: The Kate by Tiny House Building Company

White and Bright Gooseneck THOW by Tiny House Building Company

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Part of what draws people to tiny homes is the chance to have something that’s truly yours, not only monetarily, but design-wise.

That’s why you have to love a builder like MitchCraft Tiny Homes in Colorado that can deliver Elise and Clara’s Amazing Gooseneck: A truly unique home built to the couple’s needs and specifications. Just looking at the outside you know this has to be custom with its blend of textures, materials, and colors. Walk inside and you’ll find a two-bedroom home featuring a private gooseneck master and another loft bedroom accessible via storage steps. Plus, the amount of storage in this THOW is just incredible! Scroll through the pictures and get additional details and builder contact information below. Enjoy!

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Related: Dennis’ MitchCraft Tiny House

Elise and Clara’s Amazing MitchCraft Gooseneck Tiny House on Wheels

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Meet Eric and Oliver’s Cedar Mansion built by MitchCraft Tiny Homes in Fort Collins, Colorado.

The 33 ft. THOW was built on a 10 ft. wide gooseneck trailer and includes tons of space, including not one, but two, living rooms! Yet, in my eyes the kitchen steals the show: It’s spacious and perfect for entertaining, and I’ve never seen this much counter space in a tiny home. Plus the cabinets are the most beautiful shade of deep turquoise blue! Enjoy the pictures, and find additional details and contact information for MitchCraft below!

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Related: Jessica’s 16 Ft. MitchCraft Tiny Home

Eric and Oliver’s Cedar Mansion by MitchCraft

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This is the 34-foot Retreat Tiny House by Timbercraft Tiny Homes. It’s unique because it has three lofts and can sleep 5-6 people comfortably.

The home is built on a gooseneck trailer. Step inside through the double French doors to find the cozy living room with a big comfortable couch, a U-shaped kitchen with full appliances and lots of storage, and a beautifully tiled bathroom with tub and residential toilet.

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The Retreat Model by Timbercraft Tiny Homes

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At 39′ long, the name “Tiny Giant” is perfectly fitting for this custom THOW built for Sherry by Alpine Tiny Homes in Utah.

The gooseneck home features everything from full-sized appliances to a doggie door! It has a living room over the gooseneck and a huge loft bedroom on the other side of the home. I really love the beetle-kill pine walls on the inside. New owner Sherry posted a review on Alpine’s Facebook page, saying she loves her custom tiny home!

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The Tiny Giant Custom THOW by Alpine Tiny Homes

Images via Alpine Tiny Homes

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Video: Tiny House Nation: The Birds’ Nest

Interview with Simon and Lindsey:

What are your name(s)? 

Simon and Lindsey McNeny

How many people (and animals) will are living in your tiny house? 

Currently, there are 2 adults (us) and an Eastern Screech Owl name Pigwidgeon.

Where do you live? 

Our house is parked just South of Downtown Dallas on 20 acres.

Why did you decide to go tiny? What are you hoping to get out of living tiny? 

Our decision to go tiny stemmed from many things. Leaving a smaller footprint, owning vs. renting. We had no idea where we wanted to end up so on wheels made sense so we could move when and where we wanted. And since we have lived in it for well over 2 years we have surpassed our expectations as to how it would change us. We devote so much more time on things that we enjoy doing such as: training birds, blacksmithing, gardening, baking and cooking. We save water with out Seperatt Composting toilet. We have changed to all natural shampoo’s and conditioner and use baking soda and coconut oil as our toothpaste. We have also become better communicators to each other. We don’t have the space to be mad for extended periods so we work out our problems and find ways to grow.

How did you first learn about tiny houses? 

We first saw BA Norrgards house (A Bed Above My Head) in Dallas right after she built it. We fell in love and built ours the following year.

How long did it take to finish your tiny house? 

Because we were on Tiny House Nation (Season 2 Finale) our house was constructed in just 8 days. I did design the entire floor plan myself during our first months of planning before the show was even a thought. But after the show paperwork was signed designer Kim Lewis made our dreams a reality. From paperwork to completion was 6 months. We weren’t allowed to be involved much with the construction but were very excited to have Lindsey’s dad (a professional builder) come out and help with the build.

How did you find a place to park and live in your tiny house? 

We met Kathy Rogers of Rogers Wildlife rehabilitation center right when we decided to build. She immediately offered for us to park out on her rehab centers 20 acres and start our business. We jumped at the opportunity and have been here since.

Before going tiny, what was life like? 

Life before tiny was typical American suburban life. We were renting a 1,400 sq. ft. house with a small backyard for twice what we pay now. Always working our restaurant jobs and struggling to start our business of Animal Education.

What benefits are you experiencing after going tiny? 

An appreciation for quality vs quantity. Saving money. Feeling better about the life we live and the resources we use. We now really truly are living the life that we are trying to educate people about doing more!

What about some challenges? 

Some of the challenges with our Tiny House is crawling around in our upstairs loft and making the bed is still a challenge today, but we are slowly getting better at it. Getting used to a composting toilet and changing it is a bit of a challenge, but after 2 years it’s becoming more normal.

What makes your tiny house special? 

The amount of reclaimed material is special to us. We also have 23 birds just outside our window that we work with everyday. We also have a drawbridge porch and a secret exit under the gooseneck.

What is your favorite part of your tiny house? 

We both love our kitchen and bathroom the most. The kitchen is very functional and has a great cozy kitchen feel. The bathroom is roomy and efficient with a great rustic outdoorsy feel.

What helpful advice would you give to others interested in going tiny? 

Start pairing down, learning to not be afraid of letting go of things is very freeing and helps you realize what is important. We still have the rule of if we buy a shirt we have to get rid of a shirt, it’s a great way to live making sure you get good use of clothes vs wearing something once or twice in its life.

Do you have a website, blog, or social media page where we can follow along?

Our website and social media pages are for our Animal Education business but we often post pictures of our tiny house.


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