This is a 468 sq. ft. off-grid tiny cabin in Colorado on 40 acres. From the outside, you’ll notice it has a wonderful, large covered porch.
When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, dining table, downstairs bedroom with bunk beds, and an upstairs sleeping loft.
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468 Sq. Ft. Off-Grid Tiny Cabin in Colorado
This straw bale cabin was for sale along with the 40 acres it sits on. Asking price was $329.000. SOLD.
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Wow, 40 acres is perfect for cattle plus my dream home, but I can’t afford it. We’ll be looking for less land but with a tiny home. Love it. While you’re reading my comments, also check our website at Tight Space Furniture dot Com for space saving furniture with storage for these tiny houses. Don’t forget to share!
You can find 40 acres of land in Colorado for much less, then add your house. I think you can find this same set-up (with home)
west of Colorado Springs for about half the price.
Shes just pedaling her website.
Yep, I missed that!
I like this tiny straw-bale home and its beautiful setting. But, looking at the comparables in the area, it is overpriced.
Five stars for a small interior with a huge veranda.
Sometimes, the low porch ceiling can gloom the interior; this space seems well-lit by natural light.
Nice food prep space!
Actually Jennifer, if I’m not mistaken they have an outdoor shower stall next to the outhouse.
The table in the middle looks like a very clever table and four chairs that IKEA used to carry. The chairs slide in flush with the table. Wish they still sold it.
Like this a lot but this is to high priced for me if you do not have running water.
Straw gets buggy easy, that would concern me.