Gooseneck Tiny House

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11 comments

  • name says:

    I realy wonder, why this nice looking houses are allways no used at all. I never see anything like a day-live on the images. No clotes, papers, food opr anything you would expect.

  • Guest says:

    One of the best tiny houses I’ve seen

  • Jeff says:

    This is a very interesting build. Too big for me but I’m sure the new owners are happy with it. I’d be curious how the roof was built and what material is covering it. Looks aerodynamic and durable. I’m guessing the person building this is from the camper industry with the slides and components. I wonder how the cost ended up compared to a similarly equipped production camper.

  • very nicely done for the person wanting thee features………. The price of $74,000 seems competitive.

  • Lisa E. says:

    I think this is too big for an OTR (over the road) but I’d gladly have one for a park model on my own land. I’d tweak it with pendant lights down the center line of the ceiling and take out the two extra sofa beds to have room for my drum kit, guitars and amps. Other than this, we’re good to go!

  • Cee Jay says:

    Fantastic layout and I love the lounge/sitting room area – very spacious and cozy. And I like the carpet as well, but the wood colour is too dark for me. But it’s a great looking place. For some reason it reminds of Jim Rockford’s place from THE ROCKFORD FILES. I don’t know why but it does.

    From
    Cee Jay/Leigh on Sea, Essex, England, Britain.

  • Olivia says:

    Where did you get the fifth wheel trailer frame? I’m having a hard time finding a trailer that goes past the wheel well but is also lower to the ground and is also a fifth wheel. What are your suggestions?

  • Aili says:

    I’ve been looking around and found this sight. I hope it helps.

  • Tim Sanders says:

    For $74K I could BUY a four season fifth wheel or bumper pull with more square footage, more amenities (like a bath and a half), customized interior with furniture, TV’s, carpet, quartz counter tops, bigger fridge, microwave, sound system, wifi system, solar system, auto awning, lights,…basically auto everything and at least 3 bump outs. This was someone’s project and they did a great job but they had money to burn.

  • Lisa Fonder says:

    Wondering why they put the air conditioner on the back of house I would hate to see what it would look like after traveling through winter weather or rainy highway with dirty roads. Other wise I really like the design!

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