Audrey’s Tiny House

I’m writing to share some fotos of my awesome tiny home in the rocky mountains. I have written for a couple other tiny house sites and have really enjoyed the community that comes with this great movement! I’ve lived in this brand new home for 7 months.

A 300 square feet home in the Rocky Mountains. Photos, owned and shared by Audrey Michelle.

17 comments

  • steven says:

    Hey Audry, just curious to know where your located. Im in Colorado Springs right now and I thought about doing that myself.

    Steven

  • steven says:

    Hey Audry, just curious to know where your located. Im in Colorado Springs right now and I thought about doing that myself. Im from NY too!

    Steven

  • Your house is beautiful. Did you buy property to put it on? I am in Colorado. I am thinking about doing this for my retirement. I don’t think a loft would work for me. Did you have someone build your house for you?

    Catherine

    • Jeff says:

      Catherine,

      Audrey rents the Tiny House from me on my property. I finished building it last summer and Audrey has completely fallen in love with the Tiny House lifestyle. We are building a second one customized for a client, and you can see the progress on my Facebook page:

      https://www.facebook.com/legacyhomesofaspen

      Jeff
      Legacy Homes of Aspen, Inc.

  • Claire says:

    I love this! Do you mind if I ask you a silly question? I’ve been wondering….how do people who live in tiny houses do their laundry? Not all of them are in cities where they could go to the laundromat. Or to friends’ bigger places nearby. I would love to live like this but it’s the one issue that keeps bothering me.

  • Kebo says:

    This one is very close to what I’m thinking about building. Getting my wife on board is another story. Downsizing from 3300 sq. ft. to this is a huge challenge. Love the kitchen and a nice size loft. All seems to flow well.

    • thanks for the comment, kebo! downsizing can feel overwhelming… but as a great friend always tells me, “how do you eat a whole elephant? one bite at a time…” 😉 good luck with whatever you decide!

  • Lynn says:

    First thing I noticed is this is a lived in home. Small needs to support my life including sewing crocheting and cooking. Being able to identify the essentials was incouraging. Still working on the sleeping. I want this to work for years to come and a ladder may not be practical. Thank you for posting was extremely motivating.

  • Gail says:

    My partner and I have been searching for land in Fort Collins, Colorado to build our Tiny house. Your house is the first one we really like. It is beautiful and the property is it built on is gorgeous.

    Would you share who built your home? I’d like to contact them to determine if they could help us find a lot and house plans.

    Thank you,

    Gail

  • L Cameron says:

    I love the sunflowers painted on the outside of the tub!

  • Annie Allen says:

    Hi, I live in Thornton, CO and am in the planning stages currently for a tiny home and some land. Just wanted to state that your home is beautiful!!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Annie

  • Lise says:

    Exquisite on every level ! Thank you for sharing your home, may you live a lovely
    Life there. Just perfection .

    Could you please share some information about the Viking oven ?
    Be well,
    Lise

    • Alastair says:

      took a little searching, but found the model number for that oven: VCSO210SS

      This size seems to be somewhat popular in europe as I found a couple different brands with similar profiles: DOV1145B and CS658GRW1

  • Jackie says:

    Beautifully done Audrey!

  • Hi there,

    I’m a reporter for FOX21 News in COS. I am looking for a tiny house owner as soon as possible. 🙂 I interviewing the guys that build them here. If you could contact me that would be aweosme!! Thank you!

  • Alastair says:

    I think that tiny viking oven might be the first thing I buy for my tiny home. What’s the model number on that baby?

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