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480 Sq. Ft. Tiny Mountain Cabin in Bailey, Colorado (For Sale!)

This is a 480 sq. ft. tiny cabin in Bailey, Colorado that’s listed on Estately. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!


Tiny Mountain Cabin in Bailey, CO

Photos via Estately


Photos via Estately

Highlights

  • Bailey, CO
  • 1 bed
  • .75 baths
  • 480 sq. ft.
  • 3/4 acre lot
  • Built in 1967
  • $190,000

Listing Summary

Beautiful Mountain Retreat! Would make for a great weekend getaway, or a private full time residence! This home features a newly remodeled floorplan with open flow. There is a brand new 3/4 bath, kitchen area and bedroom/living area. A loft covers the front area giving plenty of storage space, or can be turned into a bathroom. The front covered deck offers priceless views of the mountains and wildlife! This property also includes all new windows 1 year ago. LG Washer/Dryer combo 2 years old, window a/c included, New 1000 gallon septic tank, water treatment system and leech field.

Learn more: http://www.estately.com/listings/info/70-fawn-drive–7

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  • sara October 4, 2017, 6:25 am

    Looks like it’s had a fire, and the whole back of the house needs to be replaced.

    • James D. October 4, 2017, 2:44 pm

      That’s not what fire damage looks like… Back of the house was probably just the most exposed to UV but you can see dark splotches on much of the rest of the house as well…

      Wood, left exposed to the elements will darken over time but not always evenly and depends on the species of wood as well… Basically, this is caused by the polymerization of polyphenols from lignin into tannins which are dark red or brown in color when they are highly polymerized.

      The specific content of the lignin in different woods will affect the density, strength and color of the wood.

      Same thing can happen with old hardwood flooring with patterns because the windows exposed them to different levels of UV and thus won’t be an even coloring…

      Sanding and refinishing the wood can make it look like new, however as you scrap away the top discolored layer…

  • sara October 5, 2017, 2:48 am

    Take a look at the post that’s holding up the back porch in the last photo. That is what fire damage looks like. There was a big fire in Bailey.

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