Canada-based tiny house builder Mint Tiny House Company has a variety of micro-dwelling models to cater to the ever-evolving needs of a downsized lifestyle, one of which is the Canada Goose edition. One popular tiny house based on Canada Goose is the customized Traveler’s Paradise tiny house, which lives up to its name by offering luxurious accommodation to eight people. Measuring 41-foot-long, the tiny house on wheels is based on a triple-axle trailer with a white exterior and a metal roof.
The French doors open into the cozy living room under the primary loft. The living room is bathed in natural light and can fit a convertible couch with a coffee table, providing a perfect place to entertain and additional space if need be. Past the living room, a kitchen is located. It is outfitted with a three-burner cooktop, oven, ventilation hood, refrigerator, double sink, plenty of countertops, and storage in the form of open shelving and under-counter cabinets.
A storage staircase next to the kitchen leads to the primary loft bedroom that can fit a king-size bed to sleep two with ease. Another loft bedroom is located over the walk-through bathroom and is accessed via a ladder from the kitchen. The bathroom is separated from the kitchen by a sliding barn door. It features a glass-enclosed shower cabin, toilet, and vanity sink.
A couple of steps in the bathroom lead to the gooseneck bedroom, which is separated via another sliding barn door. The gooseneck houses the master bedroom with a king-size bed, closet space, and plenty of space to walk around while standing upright.
Priced at $111,300, the Traveler’s Paradise tiny house is perfect to be used as a full-time residence for a big family, a vacation rental, or an extension of the existing living space.
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