The Goose tiny house can fit the whole flock
Following its unveiling of the Vantage, luxury tiny house firm Tiny Heirloom has now released another model in its non-custom Signature Series, this time named the Goose. The towable dwelling comes with lots of options, including size, off-grid technology, and the number of bedrooms.
As its name implies, the Goose is based on a gooseneck trailer. It's available in 31 ft (9.4 m), 34 ft (10.3 m) and 37 ft (11.2 m)-long versions, and measures 8 ft (2.4 m) wide and 13.6 ft (4.1 m) tall. Structurally, it consists of a timber frame and board and batten exterior with wood trim, and is topped by a standing seam metal roof with skylights (the large wooden deck in the renders shown isn't included as standard).
Inside, a good chunk of the home's floorspace is taken up by an open living area with a living room and kitchen. The bathroom is located nearby and consists of a toilet, shower and vanity unit. A large closet area is also situated above the bathroom.
The bedroom is at the far end of the home in the raised part of the trailer, and is accessed by a few steps. Tiny Heirloom says that it fits in a queen-sized bed comfortably, though unfortunately there are no renders available of that area.
There are a lot of options available for this model. The number of bedrooms can be increased from the standard one to three by adding two lofts (though you'd lose the closet), boosting the maximum sleeping capacity to six. Furthermore, the stove, fridge, and water heater can all be upgraded from standard electric models to run from propane to allow off-grid flexibility.
Other off-the-grid features include the option to use either a standard flushing toilet or a composting model, plus solar panels and a Humless solar generator can be installed at cost.
The Goose starts at US$84,995 for the smallest and most basic model, but you can expect that price to rise considerably if upgrading the size, bedrooms, and appliances.
Source: Tiny Heirloom