Married Couple’s 276 Sqft Gooseneck Tiny House Feels Much Larger Inside Then You Might Think!
You will want to take a look at this amazing "Married Couple’s 276 Sq. Ft. Gooseneck Tiny House" with it's unique features and design! While this tiny house may sound small in size, it certainly makes up for in its comfort and design appeal.
This tiny house on wheels is is 276 square feet inside, but it doesn't feel small. This tiny house was designed and built by Wind River Tiny Homes in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Jeremy and Lindsay Weaver of Wind River Tiny Homes are the husband and wife team that live in this tiny house, and Jeremy is 6 feet 6 inches tall! You'll want to see the standup shower in this tiny house, you lift the bottom and there is a surprise bathtub revealed! The tiny wood stove and the unique staining on the exterior are also things that make this place stand out.
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