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The Olivia 40ft Gooseneck Tiny Home By Tiny House Building Company

This is the Olivia 40ft Gooseneck Tiny Home on Wheels by the Tiny House Building Company out of Fredericksburg, Virginia.

It offers about 425 sq. ft. of space inside and features a unique layout with three total lofts. Some other unique features include a custom storage staircase, quartz counters in the kitchen, custom cabinets throughout, and a bathroom with a large soaking tub, a standard flush toilet, and a washer/dryer combo. Take the complete tour below and let us know what you think in the comments.

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The Olivia 40-Foot Gooseneck Family Tiny House

Video of How the Custom Staircase Drawers Work


  • 40ft long x 8.5ft wide
  • Gooseneck trailer
  • Approximately 425 sq. ft.
  • Custom kitchen cabinetry with quartz counters
  • Custom tiled backsplash
  • Farmhouse sink
  • Refrigerator with water/ice dispenser
  • Dishwasher
  • Propane stove with exhaust hood
  • Propane on-demand water heater
  • Large soaking tub
  • Custom vanity
  • Standard flush toilet
  • Washer/dryer combo unit
  • Upgraded siding
  • 3 sleeping/storage lofts with built-in storage
  • Custom hide-away storage staircase
  • Electric split-unit heating / AC
  • Starting at $95,000

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  • Pam Maes
    July 5, 2018, 7:43 pm

    This is really sweet! So much usable space and storage. Love the kitchen!

  • Marsha Cowan
    July 6, 2018, 9:34 am

    Decorating wise, this house is absolutely beautiful! I would have to see a floor plan, though, to figure out what is happening in the rest of the pictures. It looks like the kitchen is housed in one end with a long array of storage (and steps?) in the hallway between it and the living area. Again, I would have to see a floor plan to understand the layout. The finishes and decorating are wonderful, but not too sure about the layout and design.

  • Lan
    July 6, 2018, 9:52 am

    I like many things about this one but if I were going to live in it, I’d be baffled as to what to do with the loft space on the end opposite the gooseneck bedroom area. I think these places are designed for older people with grandchildren who visit a lot and can stay in the loft areas. I do like the central loft area for storage.

    I suppose if I had to, I could use the one loft space as a living area and replace the couch downstairs with a table for work/eating. Very nice place, though, ultimately.

  • Brenda R
    July 6, 2018, 5:31 pm

    At 425 sq. ft., this one approaches more-than-weekend occupancy, despite the overwhelming amount of white walls (and room to sleep up to six). Then again, I realize that’s a personal preference, and paint, as they say, is cheap. I rather like the central loft for a work space, since one usually sits while working on a computer or other, such as my sewing machine. The kitchen looks workable, with an actual stove (with oven) and a real refrigerator. The bathroom contains the laundry (a much better arrangement, in my opinion, than sticking dirty laundry in the kitchen with the food!), and the tub is certainly impressive, but – um – where’s the shower? Baths, for me, are an occasional luxury or medicinal. I do really like the tree-like coat closet (or maybe that’s the clothes closet?), but the living area of sofa facing the side-of-the-staircase storage strikes me as just a little bit useless – where does one put the television or computer for watching movies or Fourth of July fireworks? Must one sit – alone – in the loft office to do so, when the house “sleeps up to six”? And a loveseat for a conversational evening with friends is a little cramped, even for a tiny house. Still, it’s 425 square feet, so not minuscule, and even has stairs instead of impossible (for me) ladders, so maybe I could really live there for a year or two until my knees finish giving out! All in all, I think this one is a pretty good basic design (what I can figure out of the floor plan).

    • James D.
      July 7, 2018, 4:05 am

      Look above the bathtub on the ceiling… It’s a rain shower head…

      While the TV goes on the wall opposite the couch and just above the stairs…

      There are three lofts… So 2 people each and there’s still the couch below…

      Floor plan is pretty straight forward… Kitchen loft on the rear, with big storage stairs and custom storage unit next to the couch, which is in the middle, and by the front is another custom storage unit (think walk in closet) that then leads up to the other two lofts…

  • D. Pedersen
    July 7, 2018, 6:04 am

    In general I like the layout. Though there are a few things I do not understand about this tiny house. The first one is the diagonal flooring. It is not exactly fitting the space. And using this noisy grey and white pattern, is not a fitting contrast to everything else, that is clean it it’s expression.

    Then I thought the photos, of the bathroom, were from a total different tiny house. It is beyond me, that the designer has chosen a completely different style to the rest of the house. By all means, I like the colors of the bathroom. But the rest of the house is kept in grey and white. I would have loved to see the kitchen cupboards doors in the same color. This would have put a theme through the house. And the washing “tower” is way too dominating. It would have been more appropriate with a combination washer/dryer in one single unit. Then there would have been space for some shelves, over it, for towels etc.

    The white handle, on the glass door, looks only half finished. It would have been nice to se some nicely smooth rounded members instead of the square ones.

    And finally I do not understand why there are no access to the crawl space from the gooseneck bedroom. Putting up a bookshelf in front of it, makes no sense. Then you have to use a latter instead. Which is a bit silly, when it could be accessed from the bedroom. One can always put p a small curtain, if it is used by grandkids etc. Or you could have made a bookcase that only covered some of the access. Or even a bookcase that could be rolled our from the wall to give access.

    • James D.
      July 8, 2018, 3:46 am

      First, the designer is the owner! Custom built tiny homes are specifically built for a specific owner and address their personal preferences. Every person just has their own unique preferences, so a custom home for them will generally reflect that and not what someone else thinks it should look like… If you ever go to a designer, you will find there are literally millions of different designs to choose from because so many people have different preferences!

      Second, how someone uses the space also determines what actually makes sense for how it is designed from what you may think makes sense.

      For example, not everyone wants other people to constantly walk through their bedroom to get to another bedroom… Especially, young children who tend to be very random and noisy… Never mind other potential issues with that arrangement that assures it won’t work for everyone…

      The height difference between the gooseneck and the loft also would still require stairs, which would take away from the usable space in the gooseneck bedroom area… and it can’t be cut into because the bathroom is what’s below it…

      There’s also alternative uses of spaces like storage that can have spaces only needing to be accessed rarely… Like an attic, storage lofts don’t always need to be readily accessible… Things like seasonal clothing may only need be accessed once every few months and other things may not be required to be accessed for up to even years at a time, which questions why you would use space dedicated to accessing it when you can use that space for things you actually will use regularly…

      Besides, the bookshelf is not a built in… So it can actually be moved… Not everything that’s moveable needs to look like it’s moveable…

      Like the stairs by the kitchen, the lower half of them slide in and out of the main section to free up the walkway space when they’re not needed… They look like the rest of the storage drawers when slid in but are actually on wheels to assure they won’t mar the floor over time as they’re slid in and out repeatedly…

      Btw, there’s no washing tower… It actually is a combo washer/dryer!

      There’s also no glass door… I think you’re referring to the mirrors on the sliding closet storage… What’s in front of them is a hanging rack…

      The only glass door is the main entrance french doors and that has a regular metal knob handle…

    • Sherry
      August 2, 2019, 2:51 pm

      The first thing my eye was drawn to was the diagonal flooring, especially when looking down and you can see the liner layout of the flooring on the steps as a contrast. I love it! Different strokes for different folks!!

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