35’ Tiny House toy hauler RV for sale $82,000.00 and free delivery

Tiny Idahomes has a 35’ Tiny House, goose neck toy hauler for sale that is fully off grid ready! This beautiful Tiny House has only a few items left to be done (paint touch up and some small trim items) before it is complete. It comes equipped with 12-volt 6 ft slide out  in the bedroom with a queen size mattress and lift up storage under the bed.  Custom built desk and closet with custom built barn doors. Has split bathroom off the master bedroom.  5’ sunken bathtub with fold down teak wood floor that sits on top of the bathtub.  Separate sink/toilet area with custom  Corian waterfall sink with full height tile backsplash and brushed nickel faucet.  Kitchen has a propane/electric full size RV refrigerator, built in microwave, dishwasher, propane 4 burner cook-top, deep under mount stainless steel sink with pullout goose neck faucet in satin nickel finish.  Custom built, white shaker style kitchen and pantry cabinets with ample storage. L-shaped Corian counter top with full height glass tile backsplash. Bar area with built in wine rack below. Washer/Dryer combo unit built into the wall with custom cabinetry. 12- volt bed and couch lift system in the living area. 12-volt lighting throughout.  The back wall folds down so you can pull toys inside for transport with a 11’ x 7’ wide area to park them and tie them down.  This unit comes equipped with dual 12 volt deep cycle batteries, dual propane tanks and heated 100 gallon fresh water tank, 50 gallon grey and black tanks with 12-volt water pump , 50 amp 220/120/12-volt converter. On the exterior this unit has a 12-volt 20’ awning and heated storage area under the goose neck


This Tiny House Toy hauler is a must see, one of kind unit!

12 Replies to “35’ Tiny House toy hauler RV for sale $82,000.00 and free delivery”

  1. I like this. I see the price. Would u take a trade in? Or help me sale my 2016 heartland bighorn 3970 RD
    Is there a difference in the framing is well insulated?

    1. We don’t do trade ins, but we could point you in the right direction to sell it.
      It is wood framed like a regular house and has similar insulation properties. Much better than a standard RV.

  2. What is the total square footage of your tiny house?

    How wide is it? Does it require a permit to transport?

    Is it possible to see a floorplan for the tiny house so I can better see how everything is laid out?

    Couldn’t quite tell from the pictures or video but I’m assuming the split bath is on either side of the stairs going up to the bedroom area, with sink and toilet on one side and the tube/shower on the other?

    From the description it sounds as if there is an electric drop down platform in the living area that will provide a second sleeping area if needed or desired?

    Not sure if I saw a regular oven in the kitchen? Is there one?

    The “garage” storage area is really nice!

    But concerning getting an overall feel for the home a floorplan would be helpful to see everything laid out though. This is a really nice tiny house on wheels!

    P.S. I am seriously considering making the move to a THOW lifestyle. This house has most of what I find necessary if I make such a transition … and I like most everything that is shown but would probably, if I had one made like this design, do a couple of things differently.

    Would it be possible to have a stack washer and dryer where you show the combo right now? It would take at least twice as long to do clothes with a combo than if you had separate appliances, maybe longer. I realize it would probably eliminate the storage area shown now above the combo, which is great to place detergent, dryer sheets, and other related paraphernalia.

    And the microwave over the cooktop seems a little small … would it be possible to have something like a GE Profile Advantium oven in that space (that is a traditional convection oven and microwave together)?

    Thank you and really a GREAT JOB with this house!

    1. Hi Justin

      Thanks for your comments and questions on our new Tiny House Toy Hauler.
      – The total area is about 300 sqft.
      – It is 8’6″ wide and you don’t need a permit to move it. It is an RVIA certified RV.
      – Yes, the split bath is on either side of the stairs going up to the bedroom area, with sink and toilet on one side and the tube/shower on the other.
      – Yes there is a queen size bed in the living area that lowers down with the press on a switch. Also a sofa and shelf unit that raises and lowers.
      – Yes, the convection oven/microwave is something we could do. This house currently has a cook-top and microwave and no regular oven.
      – No, the way this particular house is setup we could not put in a stackable, but we can build you a house that can.

      It is a matter of timing; we can make minor alterations to this house and we could get it very quickly or, if you have a little time, we can build one customized to your needs.

      P.S. I will add a floor plan.
      For more information you can email me at tim at(@) tinyidahomes.com or call (208) 458-0576

  3. Have a few questions. Anyway to speak with you directly?? Am interested for sure! Hope to hear back soon! Enjoy your Sunday
    Sincerely, Lorraine Ostrowski

  4. This house/toy hauler is almost perfect. I am interested in talking through some custom specs to get it perfect (and would need advice on the vehicle required to haul). What is the approximate build time for custom builds? I’m not in a hurry, but also excited to move into something very similar to this home.

    1. Hi Cristil, depending on the model you chose and the customization level, building time may vary. On standard models, build time is 10 to 12 weeks. When it comes to towing, that as well will depend on the model you chose as that will impact weight quite a bit.

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