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Clear Cabin in Yucca Valley California


If you’re ever in the Yucca Valley of California, this clear cabin that sits on 100 acres of the desert is a beautiful and unique place to stay. The main cabin has clear polycarbonate panels all the way around the bedroom space, and large French doors open to a deck with breathtaking views.

Just up some stairs is a private bath house with both indoor and outdoor showers, as well as a kitchen outbuilding with everything you need to cook or grill something delicious! What do you think?

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Off-Grid Cabin with Huge Deck & Detached Kitchen/Bathroom

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In the cabin itself, the bed is the main feature.

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It sits on a cool shelved pedestal.

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Large doors open up to the deck.

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Opening it all up allows for the “outside-inside” experience.

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Those views are fantastic!

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Just up the hill, there’s the private bathroom and kitchen outbuildings.

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Here’s the spacious shower.

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And an industrial vanity and toilet

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You can grill outside or cook inside.

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There’s even some bar seating.

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It comes with necessary pots/pans/dishes/cutlery

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Four-burner cooktop, deep sink, cool lighting fixture.

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The large deck is a lovely addition.

 

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Desert landscape all around.

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And 100 acres of desert!

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Enjoy the fire pit in the evening.

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Path to the bathhouse/kitchen.

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Would you stay here?

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Description:

Made out of corten steel and polycarbonate, this cabin is unlike anything you have stayed in. It comes with a detached full bathroom with hot water, a kitchen with stove, sink, all types of cooking equipment and a dining area. Because it is completely off grid, we are limited on a few things, mainly power. We have power for lights, water and heating, but we don’t have enough for full time refrigeration or power outlets. We have USB chargers for your phone and tablets though. We do have a cooler so please bring ice. There is a Fire pit so make sure to bring plenty of firewood. The gas for the stove is provided.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • vee
    June 24, 2022, 7:52 pm

    Many folks love this desert —- not sure if pets are allowed but renters should beware there are coyotes and pets are at risk. Had this happen to someone I know. So If I rent this fun place, I would NOT take my pets!!

    • James D.
      June 24, 2022, 10:16 pm

      It says, “Pets allowed
      Assistance animals are always allowed”

  • Jim
    June 24, 2022, 9:37 pm

    Wouldn’t this be like living in a greenhouse?

    • James D.
      June 24, 2022, 10:14 pm

      Yes, but polycarbonate has 60% better insulation value than glass and blocks nearly all UV rays. While you can regulate the temperature by regulating air circulation and ventilation… Mind, deserts can be cold, in this area the winters can get to the low 60’s during the day and into the upper 30’s at night… From May to September would be the period that gets particularly warm… So depends what time of the year you visit…

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