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Tiny Home Made in Gooseneck Trailer is Ready for Open Road

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Every once in a while a new tiny home design pops up that perfectly captures a simplistic style while maintaining a strong personality. Ken of MitchCraft Tiny Homes’s new gooseneck trailer does just that. The company’s Facebook page says Ken built the teal trailer house and drove it from Maine to Colorado, proving that it’s a comfortable and portable living space. The placement of the sleeping loft over the hitch lends more square footage to a common area.

Ken picked the perfect shade of teal to make the tiny house feel like an inviting and beautiful home. LittleThings.com points out that he even painted a panel on the refrigerator to keep the color theme consistent throughout the trailer.

The crew at MitchCraft priced the tiny home at $80,000 and put it up for sale on their Facebook page two months ago. There’s no word as to whether or not the unit has sold, but their website lists pricing by size on their other homes. MitchCraft custom builds tiny homes with a basic interior starting at $13,000 and up to $74,000 for move-in ready homes (with an additional charge for gooseneck trailers like the one seen below).

Photos of the tiny teal home can be seen below along with a more detailed photo album here.