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Tiny House With Slide Outs Built On A Gooseneck Trailer

This post was updated on March 27th, 2024

Family owned and operated Tiny Idahomes designs and builds custom RVs and tiny homes on wheels.

Their most recent creation is a lollapalooza: a fifth wheel tiny house complete with three space-generating slide outs. The company offers a bunch of options for their trailers including:

Gooseneck Tiny House With Slide Outs

From a quick glance, you’d be hard pressed to guess this 34′ gooseneck tiny home isn’t a straight-from-the-RV-factory model.

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The proportions are just right. About the only thing that looks a little curious from the outside is the cedar lap siding, and maybe the oversized residential windows. Tiny Idahomes built this as a one-off custom design, and the total cost will end up around the $80,000 mark.

Tiny Idahomes goose neck trailer

Tiny Idahomes slide out trailer

Looking down from loft

Inside tiny house with slide outs

Kitchen in Tiny Idahomes tiny house

Looking up toward loft

Slideout tiny house bathroom

Watch a profile of Tiny Idahomes by the Idaho Press-Tribune.

Original video by Idaho Press-Tribune

See more pictures of this amazing tiny house with slide outs at the Tiny Idahomes website. While the company is based in Nampa, Idaho, they’ll deliver anywhere you’d like. And as an added benefit, they’re Recreation Vehicle Industry Assoication (RVIA)-certified. This certification means Tiny Idahomes,

…must self-certify compliance with more than 500 safety specifications for electrical, plumbing, heating, fire and life safety established under the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard for Recreational Vehicles.

Note: Go here for a directory of RVIA-certified tiny home builders.

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Photos courtesy Tiny Idahomes

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