It’s been a while since we have gotten to feature a tiny home by them, so I’m really excited to share this one with you. This tiny home is built on a 36-foot gooseneck trailer and it’s 10-feet wide so you get extra width in comparison to the many 8.5-feet wide THOW’s that we often feature.
This is an affordable $22k gooseneck tiny house listed for sale out of Phoenix, Arizona. It was built in 2018 on a 27-foot trailer. What do you think?
According to the listing, there’s approximately 130-square-feet is on the main level plus a 64-square-feet sleeping loft and an 18-square-foot storage loft. Looks like more space than that in the photos, don’t you think? The “storage loft” seems big enough to be a sleeping loft. Take a look and let us know what you think in the comments, please! Anyway, I love gooseneck tiny homes because you can usually stand up in the main sleeping loft. See that area over the hitch of the tiny house? That’s the area I’m talking about.
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Affordable Gooseneck Tiny House – $22k – Phoenix, Arizona – Built in 2018
This is the Santa Fe Tiny House by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes. It’s a 376-square-foot tiny house that’s 33-feet long, 8-feet wide, and 13-feet 6-inches tall. The exterior siding features a combination of wood and metal siding and the use of both round and square windows.
The living area features an L-shaped couch with a staircase that leads you into the main bedroom which is over the hitch of the trailer. The bathroom has a washer/dryer, vanity, and a Nature’s Head Composting Toilet.
The kitchen features a copper sink, cooktop oven, refrigerator, cabinets, and a storage staircase that takes you to the other loft which is right over the kitchen area of the home.
376-Square-Foot Santa Fe Tiny House on Wheels by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes
Witness the crazy story of how Eric Muss-Barnes, an unemployed computer geek (formerly with Walt Disney Studios) and struggling novelist, risks homelessness by spending most of his life savings to build an off-grid dreamhouse in the middle of nowhere. Having purchased vast acres of the Old West, can Eric find a stable job and create his home, before his money runs out? 2
He built a custom tiny house on a fifth wheel trailer with a unique entryway where Eric can easily mount and tow his motorcycle.
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