Tiny homes are a huge hit – but we’ve never seen one this big before! The Pemberly is a traveling house made from a large gooseneck trailer by Colorado-based Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses. It’s packed with enough features and amenities to accommodate a family of five.
Measuring 37 feet in length, the Pemberly is based on a custom Trailer Made 30’+7′ gooseneck trailer with Dexter air ride suspension axles that smooth out bumps in the road. The house weighs 21,000 lbs and has a total floor space of 460 square feet (42.7 square meters) The team made it easy to unhook the trailer from the truck – and the house automatically levels with a push of a button.
The interior is organized around the living room. The kitchen features a small wood-burning stove, granite countertops, custom cabinetry, a Miele induction cooktop, a combination steam and convection oven, a Bosch fridge, an on-demand hot water system, and a garbage disposal. The bathroom has a shower, a medicine cabinet, an efficient water heater and a whole house dehumidifier to rid the interior of excess moisture.
A steel pipe ladder leads to the bedroom on top of the gooseneck. The bedroom has enough room to install a trundle bunk with a pull-out bed for temporary guests. This space also has a little room for toys and play time which can be closed off with a pocket door.
A large catwalk connects the master bedroom to another bedroom with two closets. Air circulation is provided by an inline fan installed above the door. Two sets of vertical louvers provide privacy and block views from the outside, and LEDs light up the interior and exterior.
Via New Atlas