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Crestone 14-ft. Tiny House Plans by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

These are the Crestone 14-ft. Tiny House Plans by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.

It was first built and known as the Upslope Tiny House, then it was refined and built again as the Mac Shack, and then it was improved a third time when a new customer made another variation to the design and so now it is called the Crestone that could make for a great tiny house project.

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14-ft. Tiny House Plans by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

The plans are available as a PDF download and/or SketchUp Model. PDF is $149 and SketchUp model file is $79. Pricing may change. Learn more below!

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  • Vickie Gnad
    January 15, 2020, 8:13 pm

    Ok, I’m dumb, where do you sleep?

    • Fred
      January 16, 2020, 12:09 am

      See the pic with the little box stove and you’ll see stairs next to it.

  • January 15, 2020, 8:15 pm

    Oh, and where are pics of the kitchen/bathroom?

  • Fred
    January 16, 2020, 12:10 am

    They were so enamoured with the world’s coolest pantry that it slipped their minds. =)

  • Fred
    January 16, 2020, 12:12 am

    I’m usually one of those old curmudgeons that complain about an upstairs sleeping loft, but I gotta say…this place is pretty cool!
    I’d take the hit with this one and deal with the upstairs sleeping arrangements while I’m still young enough for it not to bother me.
    Cudo’s to Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses for creating a very cool floor plan in such an ultra compact space. -b

  • Vickie
    January 16, 2020, 2:27 am

    Ok, yes, I did see the stairs going up.. but there arent any pics of whats up there..space-wise. And yes, I think they forgot to put the kitchen and bathroom in. (and wherever the livingroom is).

    • James D.
      January 17, 2020, 4:42 am

      No, these are just plans and you can see the floor plan includes a kitchen, bathroom, and living space.

      This is basically the latest iteration of a design series they started with the Upslope, then the Mac Shack, and now the Crestone. The photos above are actually of the Mack Shack, which you can look up to find more photos of… It’s just to give an idea of the space…

      These usually cater to those looking for a camping experience but they’re a custom builder and can customize it anyway someone wants…

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