Brewmaster Tiny House Offers the Perfect Blend of Coustomization and Comfort

Ever since the dawn of the tiny living movement, people have sought to incorporate special features into their compact dwellings to make them feel like home. And that might be the greatest appeal of tiny homes - the endless possibilities for customization.
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Whether you decide to DIY your future dwelling or work with a professional builder to bring your unique vision to life, tiny homes can serve as a canvas for your individuality and lifestyle. Case in point, the recently unveiled Brewmaster tiny house, a 35-foot (10.7-meter) long gooseneck model that offers not only the perk of mobility but also plenty of comfort and functionality.

Tennessee-based Tiny House Chattanooga is one of those builders who think out of the box and are willing to tweak your home's design until it perfectly reflects your style and personality. All their homes are unique, and they master the art of creating abodes that stand out in a way that makes up for space limitations.

The most unique part of the Brewmaster tiny house is the kitchen, where the star of the show is a kegerator complete with a beer keg, dispenser, dip tray, and all that to allow owners to have a fresh draft beer on tap whenever they crave one. It's a unique feature we haven't seen in any other tiny house and makes Brewmaster stand out in a sea of standard models offering run-of-the-mill features.

Brewmaster gooseneck tiny home
Photo: Tiny House Chattanooga
This mobile tiny house is built on a gooseneck trailer and weighs just 19,800 pounds, meaning it's easy to tow if you decide to explore the world and lead a nomadic life but still want to enjoy the comforts of modern living. Alternatively, you can put it in your backyard and use it as an extension of your current residence, but that would defy the purpose of it being built on wheels.

Gooseneck tiny houses are considered the ideal choice for those who want a mobile home with a larger footprint. They can be hauled just like you would a smaller unit and enjoy the comforts of home wherever life takes you.

Brewmaster features a clean, contemporary appearance with a neutral color palette inside and out, coupled with an ultra-functional layout and plenty of ingenious design solutions meant to maximize the use of space and add a touch of luxury to your small living experience.

It is styled like a modern farmhouse and offers 280 square feet (26 square meters) of livable space, including the gooseneck part. It is large enough to accommodate the needs of a family yet compact enough to remain roadworthy. It comprises a snug living room, a large and modern kitchen, two loft bedrooms, and a functional bathroom.

Brewmaster gooseneck tiny home
Photo: Tiny House Chattanooga
A French front door leads inside a commodious interior with bright white walls, hardwood floorings, and natural wood accents that enhance the farmhouse vibe. The entire space is inundated by natural light thanks to numerous windows throughout.

The screened front door opens directly into the galley-style kitchen, which has beautiful cabinets and is packed with modern appliances, including a farmhouse sink, a four-burner cooktop, an oven, a range hood, and a full-size refrigerator. All of these are placed on one side of the kitchen, while the surprise element is on the other side and takes the form of a built-in kegerator. The draft beer dispenser's faucet sits on the countertop and transforms this part of the kitchen into a home bar.

Next to it, there is a breakfast bar that can fold down when not in use to free up more space to move around. It seats two or more people and can double as a home desk for those who work remotely. A pantry closet and some open shelves complete the kitchen design and offer additional storage space.

The adjacent living room is compact but exudes plenty of coziness. It is fitted with a small couch, some floating shelves, and a wall-mounted TV. The overhead exposed beams add a rustic touch to the lounging space.

Brewmaster gooseneck tiny home
Photo: Tiny House Chattanooga
The bathroom lies at the other end of the house, concealed behind a barn door. Despite its small size, it fits all the essentials for the inhabitant's sanitary needs.

The Brewmaster flaunts a two-bedroom configuration, offering accommodation for up to four individuals. The main bedroom is situated in the gooseneck area and offers full-standing height. It is spacious enough to fit a queen-size bed, clothes cabinets, and a built-in desk. The secondary bedroom is in the loft above the living room and can be accessed via a wooden ladder.

Storage was also an important aspect in the design of this tiny house. As such, the stairs leading to the gooseneck bedroom come with built-in storage, there are floating shelves and built-in cabinets in various areas of the house, and a large vanity in the bathroom, maximizing the use of every square inch inside this home.

The allure of compact living lies in the promise of a simpler, stress-free, and more intentional way of life, but tiny houses like the Brewmaster offer so much more. This beautiful gooseneck model, with its roomy layout, gorgeous kitchen, comfortable sleeping quarters, abundant natural light, and ample storage solutions, offers the right balance of functionality and luxury, a combination that is hard to find in the tiny living world.
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After spending a few years as a copy editor, Ancuta decided to put down the eraser and pick up the writer's pencil. Her favorites subjects are unusual car designs, travel trailers and everything related to the great outdoors.
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