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357 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home on Wheels for Family of 5

This is a 357 sq. ft. tiny home on wheels built by Nomad Tiny Homes near Austin, Texas.

It’s built on a large 42′ gooseneck trailer to make the home big enough to house five people.

Inside, you’ll find a full kitchen, bathroom, laundry area, two lofts (one with bunks beds!), a living area, and plenty of storage throughout.

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  • jerry d June 27, 2016, 2:46 pm

    Do they live in their bunks? Eat? Sit?

  • Emily June 27, 2016, 10:09 pm

    What are the ceiling heights on this? Under the loft and overall ceiling? Absolutely love that they have a loft and bunk beds in a gooseneck.

  • Andrea Hardy June 28, 2016, 12:26 am

    LOVE it! Yasss!

  • Michael June 28, 2016, 6:35 am

    Is it really necessary to put a loft on a 42′ THOW?

  • Ann Herndon June 28, 2016, 8:38 am

    Obviously not lived in yet…want to see it again after a few months there…don’t know the age of the kids but that top bunk looks dangerous…a bit of roughhousing and tge kid could sail right over the edge. Otherwise, it looks great.

    • Wrench June 29, 2016, 9:34 am

      Yeah, if I was looking at this house I’d want rails over the bunk, if not an actual wall. I’d also want the queen loft to be a bit more closed off for privacy if it was a family home. But otherwise it’s a great-looking house and a very creative way to put so much in such a small space.

  • Kim G June 29, 2016, 11:00 am

    You can follow us living in the house on Instagram @nerdsgonetiny

  • Michele June 29, 2016, 12:15 pm

    I have yet to see a safe tiny house. That tub is so high it must be very difficult to get in and out of, yet there is no grab bar. While this is one of the few that has a grab bar at the top of the kid’s loft, it should go all the way down. Plus, as others have stated, the loft with the bunk beds is dangerous. There should be industry standards of safety implemented in these types of homes.

    • Barnie August 30, 2016, 4:46 pm

      I have an easy solution for that dilemma Michele… Build your own TH to the specs you want. Novel idea, huh? Take the ideas that serve you and discard the rest. And there are plenty of “safe TH’s, I just don’t think you’ve looked very hard.

      I’m guessing this family of five is quite happy with how their TH is serving them, and perhaps have even seen reason to remedy some of the (small, at best) issues you’ve so hair-splittingly pointed out for them. Catering to one’s needs is part of the appeal of going tiny.

      The last thing we need is some over-valued regulatory body cracking the whip and raping the wallet of every TH dweller/DIYer living their dream. Stringent regulatory stipulations = nobody could afford to build their own TH anymore than they could afford a luxury condo on the upper-east-side of NYC… So please No, not that.

      • BeejSteph September 5, 2016, 4:55 pm

        Good Words Mr. Bernie!!! And You Are Definitely Correct In That There Are Plenty Of Safe TH’s Out There!! I Have Seen Hundreds Of Couples\Families Look At Nearly Thousands Of Tiny Homes , And Make Notes As To What They Loved And Disliked Along Their Journey. Then One Day They Decided It Was TIME TO BUILD THEIR OWN! 😀 And After A Great Deal Of Hard Work, Some Sweat, Blood, And Even Some Tears…They Reached The Completion Of Their Very Own TH!! 😇
        I Can’ t Wait Till My Son And I Get To That To Place!! 😇

      • Steve in Palm Bay November 21, 2016, 7:36 am

        Barbie,
        I share your libertarian values. If one wants anything…fine! Buy it or build it yourself! But don’t impose your world view or do-gooder values on others. If this family is happy….be happy for them.

        Awesome home!

    • Bigfoot November 21, 2016, 9:38 pm

      I think we should do away with all safety standards, safety stickers, warning labels, etc. Get out of the way of the evolutionary process. We’ll have a much better/smarter/capable society in a few decades ;>)

  • Emily c. July 6, 2016, 4:17 pm

    Very nice. I’d personally like to see more gooseneck tiny home styles. I don’t care for ladders and lofts and having the bed area in the gooseneck section would be a great compromise. Plus they’re bigger. I just can’t see my self in a teeny tiny house.

  • Eric July 23, 2016, 7:34 pm

    I would really like to know more about the ceiling heights as well. I plan on doing a gooseneck myself but thought lofts would not be an option. I really enjoy this build.

  • Alex August 11, 2016, 1:43 am

    Hi, what vehicle do you use to tow this thing??

  • Steve August 17, 2016, 6:12 pm

    Just wondering how one built on a gooseneck trailer like this would hold up to traveling in as one would do in an RV. Staying someplace for 2-3 weeks and then moving to another campsite for another 2-3 weeks and so on through out a several year span.

  • Steve August 17, 2016, 6:21 pm

    I had thought of building a toy hauler on a 40 ft flat gooseneck hotshot trailer rated at 30K with a 12ft garage, load rated of around 18K, 3-10K axles with air ride and disc brakes but also needed to know if it could be or would be titled as an RV so as not to have to have a CDL license to pull it…already have a capable truck.

    • Sandi October 21, 2016, 7:38 pm

      I have been told by a highway patrolman that you do not need a CDL license to pull your own unit, at least in AZ. The only time you need a CDL is if you are hauling it for someone else for profit.

      • Natalie Natalie October 24, 2016, 10:01 am

        Thanks for that — I’d always check with the local authorities. — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Janell A Shelby October 10, 2016, 1:27 am

    id like to know how i go about buying a tiny home? or customizing one for my 5 kids & wife? u can call me at 870-952-9645 or my wife at 217-475-0303 Rm#110. thank you

  • Jennifer Lewis October 22, 2016, 3:17 pm

    I would be interested in seeing a TH with two bedrooms, queen beds, but no lofts. Both of us have a problem with climbing and snoring. We are just beginning to consider a TH but don’t know if it will work for us.

    • Natalie Natalie October 24, 2016, 9:54 am

      Ooh good idea! I haven’t seen one yet but I’ll keep my eyes posted. — Tiny House Talk Team

  • ruth October 31, 2016, 11:09 pm

    I understand about height restrictions due to towing but if you build it on a slab would the height then be different.I would really like to have a lower bedroom and a loft that has at least 7 ft ceilings and normal stairs for safety.Im afraid the costs would go way up

  • Susanne November 20, 2016, 10:58 pm

    Janell- 5 kids and wife? Wouldn’t go too small… You should consider between 500-800 sq ft approx…. :)

  • ROSEE November 21, 2016, 9:05 am

    Nope! Sorry!

  • ZACHARY E. MOHRMANN November 21, 2016, 11:56 pm

    Big , big , big….! Definitely big enough to sleep a lot of folks and still have room to do a lot more… Oh..! By the way I love the bathtub and have one in my home.. I bought and installed it in my house for under $385.00 USD in march this year…! It cost me so much because I went for the high end bath faucet… But I can’t find a better way to relax…!

    • Natalie Natalie November 22, 2016, 8:12 am

      There you go :) Sometimes you have to splurge a little — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Alex December 5, 2016, 11:39 am

    Hi guys. I love tiny houses, but there’s something I never see addressed. What about storage, like clothes? There’s almost never a closet or anything large enough to store outfits for multiple reasons or occasions such as work vs casual. I would assume that a storage unit or shed of some kind of necessary to support using most tiny homes as a full time residence. Any thoughts or insights on that?

    Thank you.

    • Natalie Natalie December 6, 2016, 8:39 am

      Hi Alex,
      Some tiny homes feature more storage than others, but ultimately tiny home living comes down to paring down what you own. For some people they need more clothes, but fewer dishes, and for some people it’s the opposite. There are creative ways to store things in tiny homes, but generally you just need less to store.

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