Goose Neck Tiny House

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A 240 square feet tiny house built on a 5th wheels goose neck trailer in Lowell, Indiana. More info. here.

5 comments

  • Brian says:

    The gooseneck really is a nice bedroom option.

  • June says:

    That looks like a perfect spot to park a tiny house.

  • starhawk says:

    Oh, boy. Do NOT leave that trailer on tire jacks like in that first picture there. One particularly stiff breeze will put you (and your place) in the hurt REAL quick. That’s the sort of thing that leaves a Mark, Luke, *and* Matthew, if you know what I mean… (i.e. you’re going to need an ambulance, not a band-aid.)

    I like the retractable entry steps, though. They’re pretty cool looking — and nicely functional as well 🙂

    • Stoney says:

      Those scissor jacks appear to be supporting not the trailer itself (which is still resting on its wheels) but some sort of retractable/removable plumbing connection or tank – possibly wastewater from the “John”.

  • Kristina H Nadreau says:

    re the 5th wheel. seems well designed and outfitted except the tv is mounted too high on the wall to view comfortably. watch tv here, tomorrow to Chiropractor.

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