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How would it feel to have all your credit cards, student loans AND home paid off? Ask Shana! She sold her car and got a second job so she could make her debt-free tiny house life a reality. Now she and her two dogs live happily in a Tiny House Community in Durango, Colorado.

She had her home built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, and spent $50,000 on the build. While the 103.5 square-foot space is tight, it has everything she wanted including hidden appliances, a wood-burning stove, and a custom couch for her and her pups. Allison at Tiny Home Tours did a fantastic video tour with Shana, so be sure to check that out!

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She Sold Her Car & Has Zero Debt in Her Micro Tiny House!

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While this isn’t a residential tiny house, it’s still a cool use of “tiny technology” in the real world! The City of Aspen, Colorado was in need of a building to act as a check-point for passengers carpooling (they get a free parking voucher in the city if they carpool from outside the city lines), but because it needed to be easy to move whenever needed, it also had to be self-sustaining and mobile. They needed an off-grid carpool kiosk, and Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses delivered.

Because of the company’s experience with off-grid technology and designing/building itty bitty spaces on wheels, they won the bid with the city and delivered a compact mobile office that can withstand frigid Aspen winters with ease. Inside it has an office area, small kitchenette, and a half bath. The whole thing runs on solar, and is heated with a mini-split system. You can read more about the specifics of the build at Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.

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Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses Builds Off-Grid Carpool Kiosk for City of Aspen

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This is the story and tour of the Bradford 26ft tiny house by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.

When the financing for one of their customer’s build fell through, it was a bummer because they had already built the shell and it felt like a big waste. Fortunately, a military veteran from northern Idaho contacted RMTH who wanted a very similar tiny house build so they were able to use the shell and customize it for the new customer. Hence, the 26-ft. Bradford THOW that you see here! It’s always nice when things end up working out in the end, isn’t it? With a little extra faith and some effort, you can always turn the tide back your way.

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26ft Bradford Tiny House by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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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

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These are the Wasatch 28-ft. Tiny House Plans. It’s a custom 28-ft. tiny house that was originally designed and built for a family four by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.

It features beetle kill pine flooring and ceiling, a bedroom with bunk beds on the main floor, a full bathroom, a pretty big kitchen for a tiny house, a large master loft with built in storage, and more. Take a gander below!

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Family-friendly 28-ft. Wasatch Tiny House Plans with Main-floor Bunk Bed Room by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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These are the Silverthorne Gooseneck Tiny House Plans. It’s a gooseneck tiny house designed by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.

It features a 24-ft. deck with a 7-ft. neck for a total of 31-ft. of tiny house length! And with the plans, you can build it yourself. Take a look below.

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31-ft. Silverthorne Gooseneck Tiny House Plans by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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