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Gorgeous 30 Ft. Aspen Tiny Home by Made Relative

Looking for a stunning tiny home with a loft? This 30-foot Aspen model built by Made Relative is for sale, and it’s truly lovely to look at. There’s a spacious loft bedroom accessible via a fun switchback staircase, and underneath that loft is a luxurious bathroom with storage, a shower stall, and lots of counter space.

Across the house, you’ll find the cozy living room with a built-in couch and entertainment center. There’s a secondary loft above it which is good for storage. Finally, the galley kitchen is fully equipped with a full-sized oven and an apartment-size fridge. It’s for sale for $95,000.

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Stunning Double Loft Tiny House with a Switchback Staircase

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Beautiful cedar siding with metal accents.

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A glass door adds additional natural lighting.

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The green couch adds a fun pop of color.

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The smaller loft is great for storage.

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Here’s the view from the loft.

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You could put a TV here.

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A little dedicated office space for working from home.

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A breakfast bar in front of the large bank of windows is a great spot to enjoy a meal.

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The two metal stools come with the build.

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The oak countertops are stunning.

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Bringing back the white appliances here!

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Open shelving for all your kitchen goods.

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A switchback staircase is a unique option for getting into the loft bedroom.

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The loft bedroom feels spacious.

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Look at this luxury bathroom!

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It’s nice to have a washer/dryer unit in the bathroom.

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The single-piece fiberglass shower stall is easy to clean.

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Residential toilet with a little shelf.

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There are 11 windows in this model!

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  • $95,000
  • Exterior features:
  • House built on 30’ x 8.5’ industry leading PAD Tiny House Trailer with (3) 7K axles
  • Built in leveling jacks
  • Sealed aluminum floor pan
  • Beveled cedar siding finished with all in one weather protection stain
  • Horizon-Loc matte taupe concealed fastener metal roof and siding installed
  • White modern LED lighting fixture at front door
  • Under trailer plumbing/sewage reading to connect to fit living style
  • Under trailer outdoor rated propane lines run to gas stove and hot water heater from included propane tanks
  • 50 amp 125/250 volt twist lock RV inlet on back side of house which can be used with an RV cord for 50 amp service as well as 30, 20 or 15 amp service with proper adapter (50 amp to 15 amp adapter included)
  • Mini-split AC/Heating ready (unit not included)
  • Interior features:
  • Modern white shiplap and birch throughout interior
  • Overhead dimmable LED lighting
  • 320 sq. ft. of living space
  • Engineered, waterproof vinyl plank oak tongue and groove wood floors throughout living area
  • 11 windows allow maximum natural light as well as air flow through the house
  • 6” insulfoam R-23 floor insulation, R-15 roxul wall insulation, R-23 roxul ceiling insulation
  • 80 sq. ft. master loft complete with engineered, waterproof vinyl plank oak tongue and groove wood floors
  • 32 sq. ft. secondary loft complete with engineered, waterproof vinyl plank oak tongue and groove wood floors
  • Rinnai tankless hot water heater conveniently located in bathroom cabinet for easy access and adjustment
  • Living Room:
  • Full wall coverage oak bookcase, with multiple cubbies with outlets for electronics
  • Hackberry entertainment center with outlets perfect for TV set up
  • Custom made emerald velvet couch with hackberry accents and storage underneath, easily converted to sleeping area
  • Attached oak work desk with coordinating chair
  • Secondary storage loft above with room for twin size mattress
  • Included removable restored vintage loft ladder with storage area underneath bar
  • Kitchen:
  • Thick oak counter-top with stainless steel kitchen sink
  • Single-handle matching faucet with pull down spray
  • Walnut backsplash around countertop and sink area
  • Open-faced storage with custom made live-edge oak shelves
  • 30’’ full size white gas range with oven and warming drawer
  • Fitted white refrigerator with freezer on top
  • Multi-speed matching ventless hood fan with lighting
  • Oak bar with 2 gun metal bar stools and matching oak foot rest
  • Handblown glass light hangs above allowing focused light on Kitchen/Bar area
  • Bathroom:
  • Luxury floating vinyl tile installed throughout
  • Custom made walnut accented bathroom door
  • Thick oak counter-top with white vessel sink
  • Walnut backsplash throughout bathroom counter area
  • Oak shelving slabs placed throughout bathroom for great storage space
  • Stainless steel towel hangers installed throughout
  • Stainless steel LED vanity light provides excellent lighting over mirror and sink
  • Combo washer/dryer unit (not included) fits perfectly under counter with water hook ups ready
  • Optional dual flush toilet with sleek one-piece design or ready to fit your own composting toilet (composting toilet not included)
  • 48” by 36” shower stall with seating bench
  • Vented fan allows for optimum air flow throughout bathroom
  • Loft:
  • Switchback staircase with finished oak tops allows for easy access to loft
  • Staircase designed for maximum storage with 3 large cabinets
  • 80 sq. ft. loft complete with engineered, waterproof vinyl plank oak tongue and groove wood floors
  • Custom made oak loft railing
  • Dimmable overhead LED lighting along with modern bedside reading light
  • 2 awning windows to allow airflow in loft
  • Added oak corner pieces allow for easy close-to-bed storage
  • Easily fits Queen size mattress

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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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  • Donna Rae
    September 30, 2023, 3:26 pm

    What a beautiful Tiny Home! I love the soft colors of the exterior and the white with wood interior is aesthetically so pleasing! Very calm with that splash of exciting emerald green in the couch. Not a color I might normally choose but it really is beautiful. The live edge shelving is a nice touch, too. You can tell that a lot of thought and consideration went into all of the elements. As fabulous as this is and as livable as it is, I do see a few things I might change just for my own personal needs should I decide to build one for myself. It has always puzzled me why the “living” area would be raised. Yes, sometimes there is storage underneath so that is understandable but when there is no evidence of usable storage, why not just have the floor be all the same level? Maybe some think it adds an element of interest but if it was all one level, it might give someone more options of where to put furniture. Maybe even get a sectional. That range is enormous and that’s a good thing but we have owned the smaller version of a 4 burner that was only 24″ wide and it was just fine for my purposes. Some may want an oven that will fit a large turkey but that isn’t necessary for me so having just a bit more counter would be great. And, please, give me a full size refrigerator. It doesn’t have to be the french door size but certainly bigger than the small apartment size one here. Heck, even in an apartment, I always had a regular sized fridge. I’d get rid of that built-in desk…I’d use the very nice counter by the window with my laptop as my desk. Eliminating that desk would allow for the kitchen counter to extend by a lot and allow for more base cabinets. And as lovely as the open shelving is, I prefer cabinets with doors. It’s hard to keep all that cooking stuff organized so it looks beautiful so being able to close the door on it all creates the illusion of calm. 😉 All of my suggestions are, as I said, what would suit me and not saying that what was created here isn’t adequate or even beautiful. Kudos to the designer(s), for sure! Perhaps me stating what could be different will be food for thought. Or not. It is fun to think of ways one might modify something to solve their own life preferences. Thanks for posting such a nice Tiny!

    • Donna Rae
      September 30, 2023, 3:31 pm

      I meant to add that I realize that sometimes raised floors or other small bump-outs carry things like electrical wires and plumbing pipes. I would hope that, just like a normal home, much of that would go into the walls allowing for a one-level floor. Please note that I am getting older and I like to anticipate future needs. A raised floor could end up being a tripping hazard or something that prevents a wheelchair to maneuver. It could also be a hazard to very small children who wouldn’t take that into consideration when playing and running. Just trying to think of many scenarios.

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