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Tiny House Plans: 24-ft. Aspen THOW by SimBLISSity


This is the 24-ft. Aspen tiny house on wheels from SimBLISSity, by Dot and Byron Fears.

You may recognize the design from here and well now you can buy the plans and build one yourself. The design features 290-sq.-ft. of space, ample for one or two people. There is 192-sq.-ft. on the main level, an 83-sq.-ft. bedroom loft, a 35-sq.-ft. storage loft, and 16-sq.-ft. of external shed space. You can see some examples of the build below and of course one can customize it to the heart’s content.

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24-ft. Aspen Tiny House Plans by SimBLISSity

SimBLISSity has already built the design with different exterior and interior options.

Including a stone version! And yes, it’s on wheels!

That’s what’s great about building your own tiny house, you can make it yours in more ways than one.

The same set of tiny house plans can help you build something that looks like a cabin or a cottage.

What exterior of this tiny house is your favorite?

There are so many different ways you can finish the interior too.

Here’s the inside of the stone version.

They’re all done a little bit differently. By the way, you can inquire about hiring SimBLISSity to build your own tiny house too if you don’t want to do it yourself or manage any contractors.

Storage staircase that takes you to the sleeping loft and ample space for a combo washer/dryer unit.

The kitchen is open and functional.

The sleeping loft.

The open layout allows for easy airflow through the tiny house.

The shower in the bathroom has been built in a few different styles.

They even tried a compact bathtub shower.

Look at this sleek kitchen build. 🙂

What’s your favorite version of the Aspen tiny house build? 

VIDEO Tour Of Her 24-ft. Aspen Tiny House

Highlights

  • 24-ft. Aspen tiny house plans
  • By SimBLISSity Tiny Homes
  • Get the plans, build your own tiny house
  • Originally designed in 2014
  • Designed for 4-season living
  • Spacious lounging area
  • This design has been built for clients many times over, with improvements made to it over time
  • 36″ wide side entry
  • 192-sq.-ft. on the main level
  • 83-sq.-ft. bedroom loft
  • 35-sq.-ft. front loft
  • 16-sq.-ft. shed space
  • 8’6″ wide, 24′ long
  • Weighs approximately 11,000lbs. built
  • Cathedral ceilings
  • Fold-down table
  • Kitchen with 9′ of workspace
  • Space for 4-burner oven
  • Kitchen sink
  • Stairs with storage to loft
  • Two large closets for pantry, storage, wardrobe
  • Space for 24″ refrigerator
  • Pocket door entry to the bathroom with 36″ x 30″ shower and space for your choice of toilet
  • On-demand propane hot water heater
  • 10′ loft with space for queen or king bed
  • Learn more using the link below
  • Plans include a half-hour phone consultation, detailed floor plan, exterior elevations, 3D exterior and framing views, precise and detailed framing plans, plans in both metric and imperial units, trailer specs, electrical layout, stairs, shelving, windows, doors, etc.

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