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The Endeavor (w/ Downstairs Bedroom) For Sale: $58.5K

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Here’s The Endeavor, a tiny house built by Aspire Tiny Homes that’s now for sale. This one has a coveted downstairs bedroom, as well as a loft bedroom for extra sleeping or storage.

It has a compact kitchen with a convection oven and larger refrigerator. In the living room there’s room for a comfortable couch, and there’s an RV toilet (can be swapped out for composting) and shower stall in the bathroom.

The whole home has a sleek and modern aesthetic, and is for sale in Portage, Michigan for $58.5K. Contact the seller at [email protected].

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The galley kitchen on the back wall here.

There’s a convection oven and microwave (you could keep a hot plate in the cabinet).

This cutting board over the sink gives you extra counterspace.

A flip up table for eating meals.

Love the grey tile backsplash!

Here’s the view from the front door.

Comfortable couch in the living room area.

Using the ceiling height for some good extra storage.

Lovely downstairs bedroom with a large window.

Vanity and shelving in the bathroom.

RV toilet and shower stall.

Even a little towel ledge. Too cute.

Here’s the secondary loft bedroom.

I just love this door! How fun.


  • $58,500.00
  • Dimensions: 28.5’ Length, 8.5’ Width, 13.2’ Height
    13K lb GVW Heavy Duty Trailer made by Michigan Trailer Sales
  • Roof – Pro snap Hidden Fastener (standing seam), superior hail resistance, 40 year paint warranty
    Trim is mix of Ply Gem PVC and red cedar. Siding is Vinyl Board and Batten
    Wall/Ceiling Insulation – Rockwool Comfortbatt (fire and water resistant + Green Guard gold certified)
    Floor Insulation – 3.5 inches of XPS Rigid Insulation Board
  • Interior Walls – Interior outside walls and ceilings are covered in 5/8 Shiplap, 1/4 cedar or 1/2 or 3/4 inch Plywood
    Flooring – Lifeproof Vinyl Plank Flooring on main floor+ carpet in loft
  • RV water hookup
    50 Amp Electrical RV hookup
    20 Gal. Rheem Elec. Water Heater
    LED lights throughout + 2 exterior outlets
    Both a Hot & Cold water spigots on the outside of home
    Water/Waste Pipes incomplete ***TBD by Owner if they are on Septic System or want plumbed as RV setup***
  • Appliances: Whirlpool 11.0 cu ft Refrigerator, LG 1.5 Neochef Microwave , Breville Smart Oven Pro Convection Toaster Oven, Garbage Disposal
    Kitchen Features – Quartz Countertop and Butcher Block. 21″ x 18″ Stainless Steel Undermount Sink
    TV – 40 inch TCL TV with Wifi – Roku, Netflix, Apps already loaded
  • Bedroom 1 – Main Floor Master with sliding french privacy door, 60″ sliding door to exterior, ceiling fan, 20 in closet. Fit for a “Queen” mattress
    Bedroom 2 – 10 ft loft fits full sized mattress. 3 awning windows for ventilation + plush carpet for comfort
    Bedroom 3 – Living Room couch folds down to sleep 2
  • 32″ acrylic shower enclosure (3 Piece)
    24“ vanity
    RV Toilet (Can switch out for composting)

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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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  • Janice Eberhart
    September 29, 2020, 3:01 pm

    I think it needs a small (apartment) sized stove with an oven. Otherwise I love it.

  • Sheila
    September 30, 2020, 1:05 pm

    Kitchen is small. Another counter would be what I would do. I still love to cook and that will never change. Is real nice though. I would make another counter. Than it will be perfect. A lot of foods I like fresh. Looking at it I thought this is nice. Some don’t need a huge kitchen.

    • James D.
      October 3, 2020, 1:04 am

      Well, it’s a kitchenette but looks like they sort of allowed for the need for extra usable space as they saved the cut out of the kitchen sink to provide a butcher block cutting board that fits right over the sink and turns that whole area into a prep space. Also, the fold out table is also butcher block, and pretty close to the kitchen, which allows it to also be used… Along with the craft table by the couch with the two side fold outs that can turn into a fairly large table when needed…

      Some may still need even more space but there’s some room to work with there, if you don’t mind improvising…

      • Sheila
        October 3, 2020, 11:26 am

        James, you answered a post about the beautiful home on stilts. I asked why not a nother stair case instead of a ladder. I said it cost way to much. You explained all to me. I usually keep the Tiny House News Letter for a few days. I deleted that one. Thank you for answering this one and the last one. Sometimes we don’t think about certain reasons and I don’t know much about Galveston TX. Seems stilt homes in some places are required. I never really seen a home on stilts. Yes the one with the small kitchen was very nice. Being my hubby is a Licensed General Contractor here in CA, He has made kitchens more usable. Not on Tiny homes. I am trying to corrupt him since I love Tiny Homes. Isn’t working. Thank you so much for you reply and the other reply.

        • James D.
          October 3, 2020, 3:15 pm

          You’re very welcome Sheila.

  • Theresa Perdue
    October 1, 2020, 9:48 am

    I also was trying to think where to put a small stove. I like the idea of extra storage space in the loft or even make it a two bedroom home. I think I would rather a composting toilet than RV style. But for the price it is a great deal.

  • Linda Tracy
    October 1, 2020, 11:30 am

    I agree. Plus it is so bright and cheerful

  • Victoria Banaszak
    October 3, 2020, 10:32 pm

    This is perfect for someone like me who prefers not to cook or is always on the run and eats out a lot.

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