From British Columbia-based Borealis Tiny Homes is the Aspen, a 24-foot tiny house built with locally milled aspen for the interior siding and loft.
The Aspen is built to withstand the northern winters with its Structurally Insulated Panels (SIPs), radiant heating, a Lunos E2 heat recovery system, and gel fuel fireplace.
Borealis Tiny Homes used locally sourced cedar exterior siding, metal roofing, engineered hardwood flooring, and bamboo countertops. The home measures 200-square-feet on the main level and 68-square-feet in the bedroom loft.
The kitchen sits on a raised platform and it’s outfitted with a full size freestanding gas range, refrigerator, and a full height tile backsplash behind the range. There is room for a dishwasher or combo washer/dryer as well.
In the living room is a couch and long storage drawer that slides out from the raised kitchen platform. A multifunction table converts between a coffee table and desk. Above the living room is the bedroom loft.
In the bathroom is an industrial style shower, bamboo counter, and composting toilet. Above the bathroom is a small storage loft.
The Aspen was listed for $89,500 CAD.
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