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Cozy 20-Foot Single-Level Tiny House for $39.7K: The Ascent by Aspire Tiny Homes

Aspire Tiny Homes out of Kalamazoo, Michigan just finished up this quaint little 20-foot tiny house, designed as a single-level dwelling with a multipurpose living room/bedroom. There’s a small storage loft over the adjacent bathroom and kitchen.

The kitchen has a wall of storage, butcher block countertops, and a deep stainless steel sink. In the bathroom, you’ll find a fiberglass shower stall and a residential toilet. The tiny home is listed for $39,750. What do you think?

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The entryway takes you into the living room.

Butcher block countertops in the kitchen.

A futon or other hide-away bed fits in the living room.

There’s a small ladder up to the storage loft.

Here it is with a futon inside.

There’s a decent amount of storage in the kitchen.

A mini fridge and portable stove top make the kitchen functional.

A large kitchen sink makes it easy to wash (or hide) dishes.

A convection oven allows you to make cookies.

A look inside the pantry.

There’s a little breakfast bar area.

1/2 cedar on the ceilings.

The shower stall has a light/fan for ventilation.

There’s a residential toilet.

A beautiful craftsman door has windows for a little extra light.

Dutchlap vinyl siding on the exterior.

I love the adorable little shutters and window boxes.


  • $39,750
  • The ‘Ascent’ Tiny Home was built to be a main floor sleeper, It has many modern conveniences all in a small footprint.
  • Dimensions: 20′ Long, 12″6 High, 8′ 5″ Wide
  • Exterior Details:
  • Built on a Michigan Trailer Sales trailer – 13K heavy duty trailer, Trailer Brakes
  • Metal Prosnap roofing
  • Composite soffit and facia
  • Cedar shutters and planter window boxes
  • Dutchlap vinyl siding – cobalt blue
  • Fiberglass exterior door and Composite Brickmold Trim
  • R15 insulation in 2×4 exterior wall
  • R18 insulation in 2×6 ceiling
  • R15 rockwool in the floor framing
  • Interior Details:
  • Walls are covered in 5/8″ thick primed shiplap
  • Ceiling is covered in 3/4 plywood (storage loft) and 1/2 inch cedar in the rest of the home
  • 50/220 AMP Service – all electric with an RV twist and lock hookup
  • 11 ceiling can/puck lights on the interior and two on the exterior soffit over the front door
  • 6 inch vent has been added in the wall for a portable AC unit (not included); pipe for condenser drain also is present in the home
  • Water hookup is via a standard RV/garden hose
  • 10 Gallon Rheem 2000 Watt Single Element Electric Water Heater
  • Vinyl Plank Waterproof flooring on the main floor (loft is currently 3/4 plywood)
  • Living/Dining/Bed:
  • Flip up 3’x2′ table for Dining/Office Desk
  • IKEA Couch converts to Queen sized bed
  • Kitchen:
  • 32″ SS kitchen apron sink mounted to 8′ x 20″ maple butcher block counter, includes accessories: Cutting Board, Strainer Insert.
  • Oak Solid Faced cabinets
  • Breville BOV800XL Smart Over Convection Toaster Over, SS
  • 3.1 cubic feet Magic Chef SS Refrigerator
  • Techwood 1800W Double Burner Cooktop
  • Storage:
  • Closet is 30″ x 30″
  • Storage loft is 6′ x 7′ (35 square feet) with panels for hiding your things!
  • Bathroom:
  • Shower 36″ x 34″
  • Home has not been plumbed for a toilet yet (picture is for reference); no holes cut yet for toilet in case the buyer wants to do composting – toilet shown is included if the buyer wants it.
  • Pocket Door for Privacy

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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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  • Marsha Cowan
    September 17, 2023, 10:49 am

    This is adorable! I love the high ceiling with a light and fan in the shower. The kitchen is crazy useful with all that storage. I would put a slender pull out pantry in the space next to the frig and hang some curtains over the rest of the open areas under the counter, or you could have removable (but unhinged) wooden door panels so the plumbing can still be easily accessed. Then you could hide all sorts of “seldom used but must haves” in there, right? The exterior is the cutest part with the dark blue paint,white trim, shutters and window boxes. This is a wonderful house for a great price. No, I get no kick backs. Lol!

  • Donna Rae
    September 17, 2023, 7:11 pm

    So damn cute!!! A very creative use of space. Tiny but definitely functional! I could see using this as something to travel around in or even as an office space. Or what about all those people we hear about in disaster areas that have no housing? This would be perfect while they rebuild. Could it help solve the homeless dilemma? Who wouldn’t think this was the perfect solution??? Impressive for so many situations. I don’t get a kickback, either! 😉

  • Maria Kentala
    September 18, 2023, 6:14 am

    Cute! I would get rid of the large sink and put a smaller one in and have bottom cabinets instead of the open space they have under the counter. Plus I would put a sink in the bathroom. Just my thoughts.

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