At 39′ long, the name “Tiny Giant” is perfectly fitting for this custom THOW built for Sherry by Alpine Tiny Homes in Utah.
The gooseneck home features everything from full-sized appliances to a doggie door! It has a living room over the gooseneck and a huge loft bedroom on the other side of the home. I really love the beetle-kill pine walls on the inside. New owner Sherry posted a review on Alpine’s Facebook page, saying she loves her custom tiny home!
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The Tiny Giant Custom THOW by Alpine Tiny Homes
Looking down the long kitchen to the living room.
Looking the other way to the bathroom.
Love that deep sink and the window.
That living room is excellent. Washer/dryer combo.
I’m in love with the lighting fixtures too!
Wow this loft bedroom is enormous!
Plenty of space for your bed (and your head!)
Trunk in the closet in the loft. Beautiful!
That sink! I don’t know why those faucets make me so happy.
Horse trough tub and shower. Cool fixtures.
Window to the outdoors — good for ventilation!
Some excellent built-in storage every tiny home needs!
Sherry loves her new home! Good for her 🙂
From Alpine Tiny Homes:
The Tiny Giant home is a 30 ft gooseneck trailer with a 7 ft deck for the gooseneck and a 2 ft cantilever off the back end for a total of 39 ft. This has a Shou Sugi Ban exterior along with metal siding.
The interior has Cali Bamboo flooring, Beetle kill pine for the walls and ceilings. Custom Knotty Alder cabinets and two built in pantry closets, one on each side of the kitchen. The bathroom has a vintage 3 claw fixture of the tub and they use a 5 ft horse trough for the tub with a surround curtain above.
This home has fresh, black and gray water tanks so it’s can be off grid and the solar system will be installed next month with a 3kW Goal Zero back up battery. The stairs to the gooseneck hide the fresh water tank and the doggy door that goes out the front of the home. Under the gooseneck also has an exterior storage area to the other side of the the washer/dryer combo unit.
- Alpine Tiny Homes
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