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This 24-ft. Aspen Tiny House Sleeps Four

Just before the world changed in 2020, Alyssa and her husband decided to take a leap of faith and build their flagship tiny home, The Bella! They love designing and wanted to be home more with their 3 beautiful daughters. Once they sold The Bella, they decided to build another and another — and now they are on house #8!

Below are pictures of their popular tiny home, The Aspen. The 24’ x 8’ house features a spiral staircase and a gable roof feature in the kitchen. The Aspen is perfect for a couple and even as an AirBnb as it can comfortably sleep 4!! This model starts at $79,999 for a basic and goes up from there.

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Tiny Home with Tub and Luxury Bathroom

Before tiny homes, they remodeled 3 “normal” homes, and he worked with his dad’s concrete company.

Their future plans include building their brand in the tiny house industry and even building a tiny home community in SW Colorado.

Gorgeous exposed beams on the ceiling.

The luxury bathroom is on the other side of the house.

There’s a cool basin sink and a washer/dryer unit.

Tiled shower and a bathtub.

The floor tiles are super fun too.

A spiral staircase leads up to the loft bedroom.

There’s an awesome skylight.

There’s even some extra storage in the corner.

I like the partition choice.

What’s your favorite part of The Aspen?

Up next, they’re building a 28×1 custom tiny home for a customer in Arizona and then a 40×12 custom tiny home that will go to their local tiny house community, Marlin Village.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Debbie in Texas
    May 18, 2023, 6:39 pm

    This is REALLY NICE! Love everything about it! I wonder where their Tiny Home community will be in SW COLORADO?

    • James D.
      May 19, 2023, 12:45 am

      Well, they’re presently in Durango, CO… So probably near or around there… For now, they just recommend their clients to Marlin Village Bayfield, Island Cove, Escalante Village, and Hermosa Orchards for places to park their home.

  • Debbie in Texas
    May 19, 2023, 8:57 am

    Thanks for the info! The reason I was asking is my sister lives in Pagosa Springs, CO.

    Got me thinking…. 🤔

  • Liz
    May 19, 2023, 5:41 pm

    I just love the heck out of this home. Lots of wood makes it so cozy and comfortable. I’m not loving the color of the door but just my opinion. When going down the bedroom stairs it looks like the drop off at the top would be scary. I am wondering why one would pick a much larger (longer) countertop for the bathroom instead of in the kitchen?

    • Paul
      May 19, 2023, 7:24 pm

      The same except dislike the tiles in the laundry… yuk. But, just me opinion. Everybody has one and no one person is right or wrong.

    • James D.
      May 20, 2023, 3:13 am

      “I am wondering why one would pick a much larger (longer) countertop for the bathroom instead of in the kitchen?”

      Because it’s not just about the size of the counter top but everything that has to fit into that space. The kitchen simply has more that has to fit into that space than the bathroom does. You just can’t make something larger than the space it has to fit into… For example, if that was a stacked washer/dryer instead of a combo unit, and it had two sinks, then the bathroom would be left with a similarly smaller counter top with the space remaining…

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