The Canada Goose is a terrific choice if you’re searching for a tiny house on wheels that’s big enough for a family without being cramped. This mobile house features three different loft sleeping quarters, a modern kitchen, a spacious bathroom, and a wide open living room perfect for relaxing and entertaining!
This 38′ long, 8.5′ wide, and 13/5′ tall residence is now offered at about $117,000 and measures 38′ long, 8.5′ wide, and 13/5′ tall. It is 358 square feet in size and comfortably sleeps 6 to 8 people with enough to spare!
Some of the following goods can be found within this property, with improvements possible if requested.
Refrigerator in stainless steel, propane oven with cooktop, and stainless steel vent hood. The kitchen features butcher block worktops, a farmhouse deep sink, and an additional eating bar.
In the bathroom, there is a large shower, a flush toilet, and additional storage.
There is plenty of extra storage throughout the house, with concealed cabinets in each room.
Three lofts, each with space for a bed and some with individual closets.
The kitchen is in the center of the house, with the oven and gas cooktop on the left side and the sink and refrigerator on the right.
Extra storage is provided by floating shelves that fit over the counters. These beside the stove are ideal for tableware or an open area for spices, oils, vinegar, or baking supply canisters to be easily accessible while being well-organized.
The stairway leading to the last of the three lofts is just next to the stove. This one is similar to the middle loft in that it is open, but it still has plenty of space for comfort and privacy, as well as a half-wall for more seclusion.
It’s the small things that give this a premium sense. The blonde wood accents go perfectly with the butcher block countertops. It may be found not just in the railings and stair treads, but also in the exposed beams that hold the lights in the living room.
The refrigerator is located adjacent to the sink on the opposite side of the kitchen. This image demonstrates how effortlessly the bathroom’s barn door glides away for privacy opening and closing. We like how it saves space while also adding a touch of the rustic farmhouse style that we all adore.
The porcelain farmhouse sink is always a popular, and this one is particularly lovely, with a modern faucet for ease of use.
The bathroom is a good size, but it still fits in the area. On one side, there’s a toilet (with composting or flushing options) and a sink with storage underneath. The open white shiplap walls provide plenty of space for storage shelves or cabinets, and a medicine cabinet mirror combo would look great above the sink.
The larger shower with a glass door is located across from the toilet. While there is no bathtub in this home, there is enough area for a shower and bathtub combination if you wish.
This Tiny House is designed and built by Mint Tiny House Company.
Just wondering on Canadian price and is this 4 season build