This is the Molly gooseneck tiny house by Tiny Is Now.
It’s a 340 sq. ft. tiny home on wheels that’s for sale in Oklahoma City for $98,000.
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The Molly Gooseneck Tiny House by Tiny Is Now
- 340 sqs. ft.
- Built in 2017
- Built by Tiny is Now
- Listed at Tiny Home Builders Marketplace
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I think those stairs are an accident waiting to happen. 🙂
Yikes…..those stairs are the most dangerous I have ever seen in a Tiny Home (put a railing please).
Alternating tread stairs mainly just take getting used to as you have to repeat the same pattern of steps each time but are otherwise just like using any other stairs.
However, where there is issue is the roof line around the loft forces you to move towards the middle of the loft to get in and out of it.
So I’d advise extending the loft out past the top two steps of the stairs and put in a guard rail so you can then safely slide in and out without swinging over the gap between the stairs and the middle of the loft… The extension would also give room for a stair rail to be added on the outside of the stairs instead of against the wall but it only needs to extend a little over halfway down to avoid getting in the way too much of the walkway but still low enough to reach up and grab on the way up…
Though, the living room could always be converted to a bedroom or Murphy bed type convertible. So the loft can be limited to just guest, storage space, or space for additional family members…
They should have shown more pictures of the sitting room in the back with the blue chair, one cannot get a feel of the space with the photos provided. Beautiful and creative design, I like it!
Hello! Did we forget why we went tiny????No mortgage!!!!!! 98,000$$$ are you kidding?
Depends on your financials… Understand, it’s not just the poorest people looking for more options but even most of the middle class. We’re talking over 80% of the population…
Housing that is exceeding the million range is starting to become increasingly common in many parts of the country… Even people just renting are starting to spend over $100K about every 4 years…
While anything around $100K is still around what people pay for brand new super duty trucks, luxury cars, boats, and even things like Class A RV’s or high end 5th wheel travel trailers or toy haulers.
There’s still lower cost options in the resale market, especially as most things depreciate, but not everything does… The used truck market, for example, can have used trucks that y0u’ll have to pay similar or even more than a new truck.
While the market for housing varies across the country and can switch from one extreme to the next but people generally have to live near where they can find work, have family, etc. So options are often very limited and that can attract a wide range of people to look for alternatives.
A wider range of people going Tiny also means not everyone will be doing it for the same reasons and not everyone will be able to go as minimalistic as others.
Understand, a 340 Sq Ft THOW is very big and is over twice the size of THOWs seen just a few years ago but these larger sizes are better suited for being forever homes, having the space for growing families, to accommodate design aspects for when people get older, etc.
While still being cheaper than the alternatives people are often stuck with and offering benefits a traditional house wouldn’t, with lower cost of ownership and living expenses that add up to even more than what the house cost over time.
So sure, not for everyone but there are people who would call this extremely affordable compared to what they’re used to… While there’s plenty of smaller and lower cost TH’s for those needing a lower price range…
Point being, everyone needs options and it’s actually better for everyone if there are more options than less…
I like this one. James, I agree but I like the dormer style of gently sloped roof and walls the same distance as the main floor.
I’d love to know where they got that blue couch!
This is one of the nicest tiny homes I have ever seen and I have been looking at them for years.