This is the Ponderosa 24′ built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.
Owner of the house, Jennifer, supplied a lot of her own materials to help keep the costs down.
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Jennifer’s Warm and Cozy Ponderosa 24 ft. THOW
Video: Ponderosa 24′ Tiny House
- Spent $55,000
- Turn-key version would cost $70K
- Jotul 602 Woodstove
- 20″ propane range
- 20″ sink
- Maple countertops
- HE Washer and Dryer
- Full-size tub/shower
- Composting toilet
- Loft with hanging storage
- 10,000 lbs. dry
- Spray insulation, R-25 floor/walls R-38 ceiling
- Envi electric backup heat
- Propane water heater and range
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Very nice house Jennifer, enjoy it in good health, and many happy days…!
Glad you liked it! — Tiny House Talk Team
Very warn and cozy. one thing I’d change would be the stack able washer and dryer set up and replace it with the all in one front washer and dryer instead. that way You could have a closet in the place were the dryer was..Closet shown seems to be a little too small.. and another one added would be more beneficial..
Good ideas for your own build 🙂 I confess, after trying to use the worst washer-dryer combo in history, I long for a stackable! — Tiny House Talk Team
Very nice overall and I love the wood stove. The stairs are better than most but I would have a railing of substantial ruggedness in case someone had a balance problem. A fall could a real setback for anyone, The price shows what inflation has done to us, in 1970 I bought my first home for less than half that price in San Jose, California no less.
Railings are always wise 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
@Dominick, I think I’d take the stackable washer and dryer over the combo. Here’s why: “I don’t currently recommend any of the combos that are available in North America. They have too many technical problems. There are some great compact pairs though!” That’s from Abel Zimmerman Zyl, the builder of Zyl Vardos. It carries a lot of weight with me, coming from a TH builder. The post is here: https://tinyhousetalk.com/ampersand-tiny-house-by-zyl-vardos/
I second that. I have on and it’s extremely inefficient. You can fit a decent load in, but it takes 3 or more dry cycles to fully dry just two pairs of jeans! I end up hanging things on the radiators instead. — Tiny House Talk Team
This one is perfect too. Best peace the fire place. Thanks for putting down the price on it. Live the washer n dryer stacking too.
So glad you liked it 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Lovely! Looks like everything is in it’s place here. Could use a railing for those stairs. But hey, great all around. Kudos
It’s great! — Tiny House Talk Team
The stairs give me an idea where you could build all your appliances into them. Stacked W/D, fridge, micro above dishwasher, wine/beverage cooler, etc.. Then have the stove and large sink opposite in counter. This would allow for many cabinets on the sink side.
Oh that would be fun! — Tiny House Talk Team
I love it! I don’t crave a tub like some (more to clean😄) but that little round sink is adorable😍. All in all a great little house.
Yay! This woman hangs her clothes up! She uses things and actually sits and probably eats too. Nice bathroom. Washer and dryer for washing clothes before hanging them up! This one seems a bit more realistic to me.