SimBLISSity Blue Sapphire Tiny Home for Sale

The tiny homes by SimBLISSity might be some of the most favorite designs out there. At least they are for HGTV and FYI. The SimBLISSity homes have been featured on several episodes of Tiny House Hunters as well as Tiny House Nation.

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Byron and Dot Fears run SimBLISSity and recently let me know that one of their homes, named Blue Sapphire, is currently for sale. The house was built for a client who was not able to take possession of it and now the 25 1/2 foot long home with SimBLISSity’s beautiful details is up for grabs.

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The Blue Sapphire is a contemporary model built on a 24-foot Trailer Made trailer. It has blue metal roofing, gray siding and a “two-bike garage” attached to the back of the house that can be used for bikes or for storage.

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The interior of the home includes an L-shaped sofa unit with storage underneath, a propane fireplace, washer/dryer combo located in the stairs that head to the over 11 sleeping foot loft with plenty of headroom. The living area also has maple hardwood flooring and a mini split heat pump and AC unit.

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The kitchen includes butcher block countertops, Formica cabinets, black composite sink, refrigerator and freezer, gas range and a tankless water heater. The bathroom uses the blue metal roofing as a surround, and a Nature’s Head composting toilet. SimBLISSity builds their homes in the colder climate of Colorado and built a chase around the home’s plumbing rather than putting it into the walls.

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The ceiling has a distinctive blue-stained beetle kill pine made from trees that have already been infested by the mountain pine beetle. The home is currently being sold for $75,000.

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Byron and Dot explained that while many people build tiny houses, they love to build tiny homes.

“We do like to go overboard on things and design for discerning people who recognize the finer details,” Byron said.

Photos courtesy of Byron and Dot Fears

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