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The 37′ Denali by Timbercraft Tiny Homes

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This is the Denali, a gorgeous tiny house build by Timbercraft Tiny Homes in Guntersville, AL.

It’s a 37′ long ,8.5′ wide and 13.5′ high tiny house and with that awesome length, they were able to fit a lot in! It’s 352 sq. ft. as shown below, but they add an optional ​loft over the living room to make the space 430 sq. ft. But space doesn’t mean anything if it’s not beautifully crafted, and as with all Timbercraft homes, this one is stunning inside and out. Enjoy the pictures and video tour below to learn more, and head over to Timbercraft Tiny Homes if you’d like one of your own!

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The 37-foot Denali Tiny House on Wheels by Timbercraft Tiny Homes

Walking into the main living area. I love those beams!

A look at the kitchen. The cabinetry is to die for.

A deep sink with a window and look at all that counter space!

Small oven and stove (and it’s not next to the fridge!)

Now, this would be my favorite spot during the warm months.

An incredible amount of storage in this tiny. Perfect!

Even more underneath the bar seating! No space wasted.

For your fur babies. Can’t live without them!

This is a tiny house for the at-home chef!

Look at all the stunning windows in the living area.

Now that’s a comfortable-looking couch if I ever saw one.

Looking in from the large window by the bar seating.

Staircase to your private bedroom. Pull-out drawers for storing.

So cozy, and yet not claustrophobic because of the windows.

Look! Hanging storage. I know how much you want that.

Even room for a tropical plant for some good ole O2!

Why not have under-bed storage as well?

Utilize the roof peak for some of those “rarely needed” items.

Bathroom with a washer-dryer combo unit. Great!

I absolutely love the vanity. The stain is lovely.

Tiled shower and residential toilet.

Why not shower outside on warm days? You can!

Now you just need lake-front property 🙂

You could even have two decks. Stunning.

Love this home? Contact Timbercraft Tiny Homes here.


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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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  • Bill Burgess
    June 14, 2017, 12:18 pm

    You know..This is one of the best integrated Tiny Homes on the market. Not only do they have the best quality and style of cabinetry they have the best use of space(with my usual stair complaint) but should be able to slide right into Park Model manufacturing to dominate the industry. It’s all here with just the addition of a few feet or even a couple of slides…A great use of the fifth wheel concept for achieve standing headroom in the bed area. This works surprisingly well even for seniors who are still mobile.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 14, 2017, 1:33 pm

      I’m glad you liked it! I really think they nailed this one — it’s excellent.

    • Eric
      June 15, 2017, 4:01 am

      Maybe… but I find the fact that the front is supported by “ONE” stand at the front. Especially scary considering the length of the (not so) THOW.

      Seems to me that it could easily unbalance in the right conditions… i.e. very high winds.

      • James D.
        June 15, 2017, 6:47 pm

        Eric, it’s not one stand/jack… It’s one in each of the four corners… The ground is just not level and the space below is shaded so it’s hard to see the other stand/jack but it’s there…

        Besides, this thing weighs over 19,000 pounds… It’s going to take more than a strong gust to even budge it…

        • Eric
          January 18, 2018, 11:15 pm

          Ay, ay, ay… oooh, just seeing this again as linked in latest newsletter and saw your response. Was dubious until I went to their website, which I obviously didn’t do last time, and yes, you are right. Shows up very clearly on their website with their much larger, and clearer, photos. But I didn’t mention a strong gust of wind, I said very strong winds. Aka Hurricanes/Tornados in America. We have different terms here in NZ but the effects are still the same.

          Not a fan however of dark stained timber ceilings. Come to that not really a fan of timber ceilings full stop, but plasterboard wouldn’t hold up well to travelling so I suppose one must do what one’s gotta do.

          But it is a pretty awesome, not so tiny, house.

        • Lori Dean
          March 21, 2020, 10:32 pm

          The weight load can be handled by the trailer? what about a 42 ft with only double axle 4 tires etc. must be some weight barring walls inside to stop from falling thru or cracking walls. most trailers are made using very thin walls.1×2 1×3 etc. This is beautiful but scary. I have a 42 ft id be interested in doing tis with..it is more of a mobile home style with full length slide out thats been damaged. Been looking into companies that could do this for me on mine to live in full time. I do not want to start from bottom up. Are these made with pine for light weight and beams running in each corners and held way down to hold that roof on without it falling in? or what do yous do for a build like this from an already existing park/mobile trailer? pricing would be great too, id also lie to keep the front area where living area closed in for a second loft is that possible or middle area? can i use my double axle trailer? thanks

      • James D.
        January 18, 2018, 11:40 pm

        Hey Eric, Tiny Houses are normally designed to handle extremely high winds because they usually have to handle things like being towed down the highway at over 60 MPH (~100 KMH)… Add headwinds, etc. and that gives a better idea of what they can normally handle as long as they’re well built…

        The fact most of them are very heavy helps with this and keep in mind that while not aerodynamic they still have a smaller profile than a traditional house and thus less total surface area for the wind to push against.

        Most also have the option to add the kind of hurricane tie downs used on Manufactured houses to anchor them to the ground for additional resistance.

        While we have a number of Tiny House owners who have already been through multiple hurricanes. The last one, Hurricane Irma, was a category 4 when it hit Florida and we have multiple reported Tiny Houses that came through without damage from that…

        Though, this is not universally true for all Tiny Houses built around the world… In Australia and New Zealand, you have to deal with a maximum weight limit. So you can’t usually make them as heavy as we can in the States.

        I know in Australia, at least, they have taken to not putting on plywood sheeting to help cut down on the weight and thus they rely more on the framing to provide sheering strength, but the lighter overall framing means they aren’t as robustly built and strong but fits their usually less extreme climate.

        There’s little worry for the ones made in the states, though… Even the all wood ones can usually handle over a category 3 hurricane and some of the steel/MIP constructed ones can handle up to 200 MPH winds.

        So, unless it’s a Tornado, the usual thing to worry about is flooding, mud slides, sink holes, etc. and thus location can be more of a concern than just the structure of the house. While being movable means the owner will usually have the option to simply move to safer location when an impending big storm approaches…

  • Joanna Chanin
    June 14, 2017, 2:11 pm

    I love this house! Lovely layout . I could get comfy here.

  • john
    June 14, 2017, 2:20 pm

    how much are they asking for this one?

    • James D.
      June 15, 2017, 12:25 am

      It starts at $77,000… They can custom make them for the customer…

  • JB
    June 14, 2017, 2:48 pm

    How much does this cost?

    • Charlie Hall
      June 14, 2017, 5:20 pm



  • Cathy
    June 14, 2017, 4:45 pm

    A wonderful use of space, layout. One of the best I’ve seen.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 15, 2017, 11:43 am

      I agree! It’s brilliant.

  • Claude
    June 14, 2017, 5:37 pm

    Absolutely beautiful, love the design and the finishes. optimum size too.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 15, 2017, 11:42 am

      It really fits it all in!

  • Tom Osterdock
    June 14, 2017, 6:09 pm

    I also really liked this one but for me it would not work. I don’t have the bed of my truck available for a fifth wheel. Has to be bumper pull. Love it though. I could see it for a permanent house for me as long as I am not going to move it.

    • James D.
      June 15, 2017, 12:32 am

      Ever heard of Tow All?

      There’s a couple of other options too…

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 15, 2017, 11:41 am

      Yea you probably wouldn’t want to move this one too often anyway. It’s loooong 🙂

      • Tom Osterdock
        June 15, 2017, 11:04 pm

        Its only 3ft longer than the one I am designing.

  • Tom Davis
    June 14, 2017, 7:05 pm

    Very usable and comfortable layout, and yet there is room for some small, personal tweaks. What size vehicle is required to use this as a THOW?

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 15, 2017, 11:19 am

      That would depend on weight, which I don’t know. You can ask Timbercraft, though! You may be able to rent a vehicle for a day if you are only going to move it occasionally.

    • James D.
      June 15, 2017, 7:10 pm

      Hey Tom Davis, it’s just over 19,000 pounds so depending on where you’re towing it to it’d likely need a medium-duty and heavy-duty truck (Class 6, 7, 8)… Something like a Ford F-650 or better…

      Though, options like a Tow All can make towing a fifth wheeler a little easier but it’s good to have more than enough power to tow in case you need to get it over a steep hill or rough terrain that may not offer the best traction… For a margin of safety…

      But if you’re doing this rarely, then it may be more economical to just hire a trucking service to transport it for you… A Semi Truck will have more than enough power and a service can be ensured to help cover any mishaps while it is being transported to its new location… Along with having an experienced driver used to towing heavy loads at the wheel…

      • yvonne marmet
        June 16, 2017, 8:56 am

        I agree, our last large 45 ft fifth wheel had a weight of 26.000lb with everything we owned in it as we were full timers. We had a air ride F550 Diesel that did the job very well. I have to disagree on the cost effectiveness of moving by transport every time one chooses to move. Easily $3.00 mile these days.

  • Carol
    June 15, 2017, 12:08 am

    I was impressed by the hanging storage in the bedroom as well as the storage in the stairs. I like the the overhead storage cubby, it’s a good place to tuck things out of the way. I am impressed with the size of the kitchen and the food bowls for furbabies, nice touch. I’m not easily impressed. Very nice layout.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 15, 2017, 11:13 am

      I’m so glad this impressed you 🙂

  • Libby
    June 16, 2017, 1:50 pm

    This is the one I could and want to retire in.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 19, 2017, 12:25 pm

      You found it 🙂 I’m so happy!

  • June 16, 2017, 2:11 pm

    It’s a really fine, well-finished, beautiful finish. Great idea of the drawer with pet food, but for my cats “tribe” there would be an extension drawer that might come out the door…maramiaooo

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 19, 2017, 12:25 pm

      Haha 🙂 You might need a few drawers!

  • Trish D.
    June 16, 2017, 4:54 pm

    This one feels like a home, especially the kitchen and bedroom. Nicely done.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 19, 2017, 12:21 pm

      Yea I thought the kitchen was perfect and so “home” like.

  • Michael L
    June 16, 2017, 11:22 pm

    The best home I’ve seen on here! I could move into it as is!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 19, 2017, 12:18 pm

      Wow! I’m glad you liked it so much 🙂

  • June 19, 2017, 1:28 am

    I just love this Th! The ceiling of the kitchen makes it look like an entirely different room and the lighting works so well in the whole space, the eye bounces off the subtle spot lights effect giving the feeling of more room. The bedroom could even be a bit lower and still have storage beneath but is perfect as is. The extra length is well worth it to design and livability. A bit pricey for me but much to admire here.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 19, 2017, 11:37 am

      Yea I keep looking at this one again and again and loving it more and more!

  • DeAnna Haney
    June 19, 2017, 12:03 pm

    This has got to be the most beautiful of all the tiny houses I have seen yet !!!

  • June 20, 2017, 8:51 am

    This house is phenomenal! I think this is the best one that I have seen so far! Just love all the kitchen cabinets, full appliances! The bathroom is really nice too! But I am really impressed with the fact you can stand up in your bedroom and have a decent closet that you can hang your clothes in! Love the build in storage under the bed! They build a really nice tiny home with all the features that they offer! Even the price is pretty reasonable with everything that comes with this unit! Thank You for sharing! This one is a real keeper! 🌷🌻🌷

  • Signi Thorleifson
    June 20, 2017, 1:15 pm

    This is the most beautiful and functional one that I have seen. Stunning. I’m in BC Canada, how do I get one up here? Do you sell the plans to have one constructed up here? It’s perfect. Well done you guys, you nailed it!!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 20, 2017, 3:03 pm

      Hi Signi — You should go on the builder’s website and contact them about your questions 🙂 They probably won’t see this comment.

  • Lorraine
    June 29, 2017, 2:23 am

    Wow…this home definitely meets all my personal criteria for a tiny home-overall size is just right, great size kitchen with large sink and full fridge, living room space big enough for a couch, bathroom WITH A TUB!! Bedroom with ceiling height to fully stand, and I don’t even mind the stairs! Also love the porch and deck, I adore outdoor areas on a tiny! Even the color is great…I want this!

  • Ellen McCann
    August 6, 2017, 9:53 pm

    This house is stunning. A few too many windows and the windows ARE beautiful and I AM a fan of natural light. Woodwork and cabinetry ..gorgeous. Where does one eat the sumptious meals made in the gourmet kitchen? Sometimes it rains on lakefronts The bedroom does have a teeny closet but the bed takes up the entire room. I bet it is fun changing the sheets! Since all the storage is in the kitchen I guess that might mean that that is where the linens go. All the expense that went in to the fine cabinetry might have been better spent with a slideout or two. In my humble opinion of course.

  • Lynne
    August 30, 2017, 10:23 am

    This is beautiful, well made – but am I the only one who is disturbed by the noise of the outside fan? I think that’s the heat exchanger, although despite running the video several times, I couldn’t hear what he said. 😬 Coming from a city, I relish my times visiting rural settings and HATE unnecessary noises.

  • Diane Miether
    August 30, 2017, 5:40 pm

    This is one of my favorite homes. I could see me living in this one – no prob!

  • Nancy S
    September 1, 2017, 8:23 pm

    Absolutely my favorite Tiny House so far!!! Love everything about it!

  • Tamron
    September 21, 2017, 6:59 pm

    This is my all time favorite. I’ve Pinterest several of the photos, along with comments, for idea changes. I like the way this company builds.

  • Matt G
    January 1, 2018, 11:32 am

    I have a 2013 gmc 3500hd dually with duramax diesel motor. It is rated to tow 32,000lb on a gooseneck. Definitely dont need more then a 1 ton truck to move a THOW.

  • Adeline
    January 17, 2018, 2:26 pm

    Finally, one design that finally make full use of the space and still manage to have a standing height bedroom. Being in Singapore, we make use of very space we have. I would love to see a design that can have a pull out table so as to save space for dining, along with a dish rack that’s on the wall. So that the counter-top space can be used differently.

  • Larry
    April 13, 2018, 6:15 pm

    I am impressed. Well done and thought-out. I could see living in one of these.

  • Michael
    April 13, 2018, 7:07 pm

    A giant outside but inside loosing space for corridors and plenty of stairs.
    The dormers are adding cost and space but I would prefer a clean design without them.

  • Marsha Cowan
    May 16, 2021, 2:52 pm

    Wow! This house has gotten a lot of feedback, and it’s no wonder. It’s absolutely wonderful and beautiful! I think this is one of the best main loft designs I have ever seen, and the bathrom is lovely with perfect placement of a combo washer/dryer. The kitchen is perfect, and I love that little finished loft for storage. The exterior is beautiful, too. Great house!

  • Donna Rae
    May 18, 2021, 11:22 am

    I would say that this tiny home is about as close to perfect as I have seen! It’s use of storage opportunities is truly impressive but as with so many I have seen, the corner in the kitchen (in this case, by the refrigerator) is underutilized. I am wondering why no one ever uses a corner cabinet with carousel or pull-out shelving? They are heavy lifters in the storage cabinet world and would add greatly to that definite need in a tiny space. I would say that would make the kitchen perfect. Other than that suggestion, I would say this one is absolutely fabulous…I have not seen any other that meets my needs and preferences as well. I would love to see one that had a main floor bedroom instead of over a fifth wheel. I would guess that this would be a long term purchase and as people age, not having to use stairs would be convenient and, in some cases, necessary. The perfect “granny” unit! Thanks for sharing such a wonderful tiny home!

  • Donna Rae
    May 18, 2021, 11:28 am

    I forgot one question in my last comment. I do love the decks outside but what do you do with them when you move? Do they come apart or do you need a towing truck with room for them? I have seen tinies where the deck is hinged and can be lifted for transport. Just curious.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      May 18, 2021, 2:02 pm

      I think the decks on this model have to be removed prior to travel.

    • James D.
      May 18, 2021, 2:49 pm

      Yes, hinged options are usually limited to the rear because of the road legal size limits. A space usually has to be recessed for them on the side to allow them to fit or they’re the metal type that can be very thin and fold nearly flat against the home and fit the small gap of the roof overhang without needing to recess any additional space for them.

      Otherwise, most just assemble them separately on site and if they plan for it, they usually design them to be in sections to be easy to take apart as a modular structure and ship along with the home. Otherwise it’s something they just build at the site like a regular deck as they usually don’t plan on moving them once parked for THOWs this size.

      Though, some have done them like slide outs that come out from underneath as part of the trailer chassis but that’s usually limited to single level designed THOWs or the walls actually fold out for those designed to take advantage of locations with really nice climates and don’t mind opening the home to the outdoors…

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