SOLD Beautiful Family Sized Tiny House for sale on wheels 32′ Goose Neck Trailer

4 Mar

ATTENTION: This house is no longer for sale. 

Beautiful “Family-Sized” Tiny House on Wheels.

Great for simple living. Put your finishing touches on it.

~300 sq. ft. with loft area.
32′ gooseneck Loadmax trailer… house extends above gooseneck an additional 6 feet.

Gorgeous Vaulted Ceiling in the Main Living Space helps the whole house feel spacious.

Tiny House Pine Board Tongue and Groove planking in Living Room

Has a “Master Bedroom” just big enough for standard queen size bed.
12′ long loft area can accommodate multiple mattresses.
House is wired with CAT6 cable for networking needs. plus “whole house” speakers.

Metal Roofing

Tiny House finished exterior

Pineboard wall finish in all rooms.
RV tub and shower head. Bathroom Sink. Loveable Loo composting toilet.
Storage crawl space under stairs and bedroom. Also ideal spot for water heater.
Energy efficient full sized Refrigerator.
LP cooking stove and oven. 3 burners.
1.46 cu.ft. Pulsator Top-Loading Washing Machine
Ceramic Convection wall-mounted electric heater.

House isn’t quite fully finished. It is at a great point for someone to come in and put personal finishing touches on the house.

Cabinets started, but needs drawers and counter.
Water pipes are run but need to be Crimped and set (PEX).
LP needs to be set up for stove (and water heater if going LP)



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Abby putting the tape up for our Tiny House wall quote.



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16 Responses to “SOLD Beautiful Family Sized Tiny House for sale on wheels 32′ Goose Neck Trailer”

  1. Laurie March 4, 2014 at 4:32 pm #

    what are you looking at for a price? I’m sharing your post with all my friends.

    • Petey Boy March 4, 2014 at 5:17 pm #

      Thanks Laurie! We are asking $18,000.

  2. Macy Miller March 5, 2014 at 12:01 am #

    I have been thinking about you guys recently and was wondering what you were up to, hopefully the move went ok and your new arrival has been getting bigger and stronger every day! I am sad to see you having to sell your tiny but I know someone is going to be VERY happy to pick it up! I will definitely share this as well, have to ask, did you put it on, people have been having good luck on there lately! Hope everything is amazing for you guys!

    • Petey Boy March 5, 2014 at 10:55 am #

      Thanks so much Macy! We are also sad that we have to sell our house, but that is our best option right now. Hopefully we’ll be able to design and build a new one here in Oregon. Thanks for your help and encouragement!
      We did indeed put it on It can be viewed here. I can’t seem to remember the username and password I created though, so I’m unable to update the listing and price.
      Great to see all the cool things going on in your world! Gonna be a mama soon. Woohoo!

      • goldenpath2 March 6, 2014 at 11:01 am #

        Petey Boy,

        I located Lomira WI., on my map of Wisconsin, but you said in your post above “Hopefully we’ll be able to design and build a new one here in Oregon. Is your tiny home in Wisconsin or Oregon? I am in New York state, big difference road mileage wise between the two. I really like what you have accomplished. I understand it is unfinished, but that is just an unfinished symphony, the music will sound just as sweet when it is completed.

        Petey Boy, I love the picture of your son in the loft stretching to touch the ceiling…made me smile. I don’t know why you are selling, but in any event I wish you and your family godspeed on life’s journey, I believe that at some point you will build another tiny house. Look at all you have learned with this tiny house. Whoever is the lucky person to acquire it, will be getting a lot of house for the money. Plus they will have the benefit of having a conversation or two with you, the designer/builder. Being able to speak with you and hear your hopes, dreams, history with this tiny home will be priceless. Am I interested? Who would not be. I just purchased a 2003, 6.0 turbo diesel Ford F250 equipped with both a bumper/frame and a goose neck with all appropriate electronic control devices. Good luck with your offer. but put me on your dance card just in case (lol!).

        • Petey Boy March 6, 2014 at 11:53 am #

          I am located in Oregon. The Tiny House is located in WI. Part of the reason we are selling it is because we thought we’d be able to bring it with us to OR. But we’ve had trouble trying to find a place for it to land AND the cost is more than we can afford right now. We figured it doesn’t pay to let it sit for any more years while we get things figured out.

          Thanks for your encouragement, I’ll keep you in mind if the original deal falls through. Should have everything wrapped up in about 2 weeks. I’ll know either way then.

        • Petey Boy April 10, 2014 at 4:50 pm #

          Just wanted to let you know that we have officially sold the Tiny House. Thanks for your interest.

  3. Rick March 5, 2014 at 12:40 am #


    Hahah I can build one for 13,200 FULLY finished that size

    Might want to lower your price by 8 thousand and someone might buy it;

    Unless you failed horribly at budgeting

    Should just finish what you started anyways

    • Petey Boy March 5, 2014 at 10:59 am #

      Hello Rick,

      Thanks for sharing your insight. I do believe that you could build a fully finished Tiny House for 13,200 and I welcome you to do so. For folks that don’t want to build it themselves or want to just doing the finishing, this house is perfect.


      • Adela March 29, 2014 at 7:46 pm #

        Hello Petey Boy,

        I truly believe that comments like the one made by Rick should be completely ignored. Like Whitehead said: “Not ignorance, but ignorance of ignorance, is the death of knowledge.”

        Each person builds their own home to its personal taste and that is how different price points come about. Simple math. I believe for the size of your tiny house your price is very very good.

        Best of Luck,

      • John February 6, 2015 at 10:33 pm #

        Petey Boy,

        This is by far the most innovative design for the gooseneck trailer i have seen. I am impressed with the way you used the space over the hitch and then the overall floor plan.

        I do not know how you planed to furnish the living area or place the utilities; how did you plan the weight distribution across the trailer?

        Trolling aside Rick needs new batteries for his calculator.

        Great job Petey Boy



    • EEMountain March 25, 2014 at 11:56 pm #


      Hahah… then do it. And MYOB. That’s Mind Your Own Business for people who are ignorant, or just rude, and have to make a negative comment when one is totally unnecessary and inappropriate.

  4. goldenpath2 March 6, 2014 at 11:25 am #

    Petey Boy,

    In response to Rick (above), I am certain he can build a tiny house on a trailer for $13,200. I have not done a cost analysis of your tiny house, but I did check the Texas Pride trailer site and found a new 24 K Goose Neck Flat Deck Triple Axle Low Boy Equipment Trailer on sale for $7,595. Granted you may well find something similar on eBay, I emphasize the term ‘may find’. The trailer I saw was only a 24′ long unit. A 32′ would be substantially more, emphasizing the inherent value, built into your asking price. Stick to your guns Peter, you are in the ballpark.


  5. Matt Vanderwest January 24, 2015 at 11:49 am #

    Do you still build these tiny homes?
    If so can I get some contact information from you?

  6. Mike May 15, 2015 at 8:39 am #

    I do not see a lot of goose neck tiny homes that get built, and this is pretty cleaver on how you utilize the space on this tiny house. Good Job

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