Tiny House in the Aspens

cabin columbines

by Juana Gomez

Gently placed in a mature aspen grove among the columbines, a little mountain getaway provides year-round comfort for two families.

Who knew when this little cabin was built, that Tiny House would become a Thing!

cabin porch

A couple of years later, a wrap-around deck of reclaimed wood doubled the living space.


the loft

A loft sleeps up to seven people

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Donna - August 19, 2014 Reply

Any way to get more pictures and info on the cabin? Like square footage?

Sandra Napier - August 19, 2014 Reply

Not much information, or pictures? The ones available are pretty, but not very informative.

    Laura - August 20, 2014 Reply

    The joists show. There are 18 of them. They are typically on 16 inch centres, so the roof line is 18 feet long. I think this makes the house about 17×10 according the scale of my eye. With the second floor and the bathroom addition I think this house will be just about exactly 400 square feet.
    I hope this helps.
    Tiny House Ontario

Tiffany - August 19, 2014 Reply

I can’t wait to save up for my first tiny home and to be more off grid. Just want to live more green (solar and recycle rainwater).

Becca - August 19, 2014 Reply

I love the first picture

Alison Shuman - August 19, 2014 Reply

Oh, please, more photos. The exterior, the red – is fabulous. Would love to see the kitchen, the flooring, the other sleeping accommodations. This is THE summer for the tiny house boom. I can barely contain my excitement.

Brent - August 19, 2014 Reply

Becca..will you marry me? I’ll buy you a tiny house!

Jessica - August 22, 2014 Reply

where in colorado? Does the propery cost just as muh as the house?

Annette - August 23, 2014 Reply

I might be wrong but I beleive this is
in Leadville, Colorado? ??

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