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The Goose Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom

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This is The Goose Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom. It’s a beautiful 34ft tiny home built on a gooseneck trailer with three dedicated sleeping areas including an over-the-hitch sleeping area with enough space for most people to comfortably stand in.

The Goose is available in 27ft, 34ft, and 37ft sizes. You can customize and price your own build over at this page on Tiny Heirloom.

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34ft Goose Signature Series Model Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Heirloom

The Goose Signature Series Model by Tiny Heirloom

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The Goose Signature Series Model by Tiny Heirloom The Goose Signature Series Model by Tiny Heirloom The Goose Signature Series Model by Tiny Heirloom The Goose Signature Series Model by Tiny Heirloom The Goose Signature Series Model by Tiny Heirloom

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Learn more: https://www.tinyheirloom.com/signature-series-models/build-your-goose

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  • Marsha Cowan
    July 11, 2018, 7:45 pm

    The inside is sooo pretty, but try as hard as I can, I can’t make out where that second bed is in the pictures. Is there a choice of either a bath or a bedroom? I just don’t get it. Is there a bed over the bathroom that uses a ladder? Otherwise, I think the inside of the house is really nice.

    • Eric
      July 11, 2018, 8:29 pm

      2nd picture down… see that hole up the top left…? That’s the 2nd bedroom sitting above the bathroom. Obviously need a ladder to get up there.

      • Marsha Cowan
        July 11, 2018, 11:13 pm

        Thank you, Eric. . .I can see it now. How clever a design!

  • Brenda Mason
    July 11, 2018, 8:59 pm

    Its very hard trying to figure out the paint, the this that & the other without having more than 2 pictures to look at. If you could show , for instance the differences between the lengths, etc. Just show the whole thing inside, all rooms & then let us decide what we want different. Its hard to decide if I cn’t see the inside.

  • Diane Gray
    July 12, 2018, 7:21 pm

    Very nice inside & out. What bothers my sense of balance is the lack of poles holding up the “goose neck” portion on the outside. It “feels” like it would fall down without some supports! 🙂

    • Eric
      August 3, 2018, 5:50 pm

      Diane, the gooseneck structure is cantilevered from the rest of the house framework. Sort of like decks you see on a house that seem to have no visible means of support.

      Trust me, with the tendency to sue over every little thing in the States they would not make it unsafe.

  • Eric
    August 3, 2018, 5:57 pm

    I notice that it is ‘possible’ to have 3 double beds in the house… I sure as heck wouldn’t want to share the house with 5 other people… everybody would be getting under everybody else’s feet all the time. Along with a distinct lack of privacy too.

  • Denise
    October 21, 2018, 12:39 pm

    This is very well done, and shows how THOW can support a large family or guests. Of course people will have to be sweet and amenable in the tight quarters and it would work well with cohesion.

    This builder was smart in the placement of the windows to allow light, along with stove placement in the kitchen allowing small dinner parties. This allows the hosts to cook and converse at the same time. The proper use of wood and white working together to make sure resale value stays intact – the builder put tongue in groove wood on the walls and left it natural, while adding white with a material (drywall?) that was supposed to be painted over. They did not destroy the natural beauty of the wood by painting over it. This creates a crisp, clean environment, while still adding and having some warmth inside. Very well done!

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