The Reagan

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Maximus Extreme is pleased to present their latest custom home titled “The Reagan.” The home is a craftsman styled home that is perched atop a 24′ goose-neck trailer. The home is unique in that it has a built-in covered porch, complete with a doggie-door that allows for the owners pets to go effortlessly from the main living area to the gated porch.The master loft is situated above the goose-neck and has almost 6′ of head-room allowing for the owners to stand completely erect while in the loft! The master also features a large closet. The bathroom is large and has a dedicated space for a stackable washer/dryer unit, composting toilet, vanity, and shower. The space also has a cool feature, the light above the toilet is a 4 in 1 product; light, blue night-light, fan and it also has a great speaker for blue-tooth applications! The kitchen cabinets, vanity, stairs and barn door were all fabricated in house by the great carpenters at Maximus Extreme. We hope you enjoy the photos!​​

A craftsman style 5th wheels tiny house built by Maximus Extreme Ogden, Utah.

14 comments

  • Thomas Moore says:

    There a lot of features that I liked and truly appreciate!!
    Do you have any pictures of the Master Loft that is 6′ tall with the closet?

  • Sue says:

    No living space? What does the bathroom look like? What about the bedroom? How big is the sleeping area? Too many wrong pictures.

  • Brenda says:

    The kitchen leaves a lot to be desired :/ there’s NO counter space.

  • Terry says:

    Geourgous exterior interior lacks charm pictures non existent

  • Karen Morris says:

    The bathroom sink doesn’t look user friendly with that staircase wall notch out.

  • Jessica says:

    no door on to the porch? The layout is very weird.

  • Barb Duder says:

    That kitchen is awful – and it seems like all the living space is eaten up by the giant stair case. Where does the couch go? I also agree with the pictures – they are poorly done.

  • Stoney says:

    How do you access the standing height bedroom in the gooseneck? The stairway in the photograph appears to lead to a high wall or ledge that must be climbed over.

  • laceystew says:

    I agree with all the comments above. A lot of wasted space used. It looks so pretty from the outside, except the porch with no door.

  • phil says:

    Who would buy this? Horrible layout, ZERO counter space/hardly any kitchen storage, the hot water heater exposed like that, the weird asymmetrical cut out above the sink, and where exactly is the living space? This is a nightmare of a “house”.

  • Janet says:

    This house makes me feel like I can’t breath! From the small jail house windows, to the sink wedged under a staircase, to the weird placement of the light switches, to the bar fridge floating above a cat door, to the abundance of planes on the roof, to the horrible light fixtures. Looking at it is like falling though the rabbit hole in Alice in Wonderland. How peculiar. And, please! Don’t make me go in there!

  • SBC says:

    It would be nice to see this one after the personal belongings are installed – also a couple sentences of backstory placed here at Swoon about the owners lifestyle and a building decision or two would help me understand such an interior configuration. And, yes, a great shot of that stand-up loft with closet is NECESSARY after reading about it in the description. I am not really liking due to the great number of interior cuts, corners and angularity, but I am nevertheless intrigued – highly unusual floor plans sometimes hide a nifty solution to thorny layout problems. As a person who lives without tv, I can actually understand life without a huuge tv couch/recliner – books are read anywhere and everywhere in my place – but I don’t see the permanent space for even the much-maligned padded bench on which to perch while tying shoes.

  • Susan K McKenzie says:

    How tall is it? Would it easily clear a highway overpass without getting stuck? I would assume that a longer tiny home has a place for a small couch; if not the second loft would work as living space. But I would need stairs put in for my dog and a door for the porch.

  • Mike says:

    Maximus Extreme must refer to the drag coefficient.

    Swingin’ for the outfield with a whiff and a miss. Very few bad ideas left unembraced. You’ll see this one sagging on blocks on a vacant lot in less than a decade.

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