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Modern Tiny Cottage on Wheels in Colorado

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This is a modern tiny cottage on wheels in Fairplay, Colorado. It has a main floor bedroom as well as a sleeping loft accessible by a staircase which is nice.

It’s available to book for vacation rentals. Take the full tour below and let us know what you think. Is this a tiny house design you could see yourself in for more than just a weekend?

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Modern Tiny Cottage in Fairplay, Colorado

Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat exterior

Images via Glamping Hub

Here is the sleeping loft. But don’t worry, there’s a mainfloor sleeping option too!

Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat upper room

Yup! There’s actually a real bedroom! A tiny house bedroom. 🙂

Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat lower room

Here’s a view of the tiny house living area and kitchen from the sleeping loft…

Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat overlooking

The full service kitchen…

Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat kitchen

From another angle where you can see all of the storage, the washer dryer combo, and the bedroom…

Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat laundry

The space between the bedroom and kitchen is of course the bathroom 🙂

Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat kitchen 2

Here’s a look at the bathroom…

Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat t&b Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat t&b 2

Staircase to the loft with built-in storage nooks.

Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat laundry 2

No couch or anything like that in this tiny house, just a little table instead to gather.

Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat dining

Lots of storage in this tiny house too… You could, of course, have a couch here if you wanted to.

Captivating Tiny House for a Summertime Retreat dining 2

Images via Glamping Hub

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  • Fred
    August 27, 2019, 4:57 pm

    What’s that interior finish? Knotty Pine? Seems like an awfully dark heartwood showing.

    • James D.
      August 28, 2019, 11:39 pm

      The interior is listed as “made entirely of solid pine”….

      • Fred
        August 29, 2019, 1:06 pm

        Thanks James.

  • Cyndi Lopriore
    August 27, 2019, 5:15 pm

    I think this Tiny House is wonderful. It has everything that a senior like myself needs for living in comfort. Sleeping down, with added loft for grand kids, plus a washer/dryer. I wish for the same someday. Thanks for sharing the tour.

    • Claudia R Suslavich
      August 27, 2019, 7:58 pm

      I agree with the set up for a senior or someone that doesn’t want to walk upstairs to their bedroom! Nice kitchen also. Great design What do you use for your water supply? Thanks for sharing!

      • Fred
        August 28, 2019, 6:15 pm

        It’s not always that a person DOESN’T want to walk up to their bedroom (or anywhere else in the house).
        Sometimes, it’s that they CAN’T walk up/down stairs.

  • D Holm
    August 28, 2019, 4:44 am

    So who actually built it? I’m not interested in renting it, but like the house.

    • James D.
      August 28, 2019, 11:33 pm

      It’s a Tumbleweed, specifically their Farallon Alta 26′ model…

  • maria
    October 16, 2019, 6:46 am

    Well I like this but would make some changes. I would remove that closet. I would remove the frig, and where the washer/dryer is i would put a under the counter frig there. I would make the back bedroom the living room and put the TV in there. Just my thoughts.

    • Fred
      October 16, 2019, 2:11 pm

      Not to “poo-poo” on your ideas, Maria (if that’s how you like things, that’s fine), but I just wanted to put out there that I appreciate the recent move to larger refer’s and inclusion of washing machines / dryer’s in some of these units.
      I never liked the idea of an “apartment fridge” or a cooler in something that you were going to call a “permanent residence”.
      Something around 10-15 cu.ft. still doesn’t take up too much space and can hold a few weeks worth of grocery’s.
      What I really miss are the washer/dryer combo’s. Not the older style that stack the dryer over the washer, but single side loading machines that both wash and dry the clothes.
      I recently looked that up and could hardly find anything about them.
      ….supply and demand, I guess.

  • Dale Gilson
    October 29, 2019, 2:54 pm

    I love the versatility of the tiny house. I would actually raise the roof so you could stand up there. I like the idea of a separate living rm where you have the 2nd bedrm. A pull out couch could do both. Is that a utility closet, clothes closet?

  • Carol Thornton
    November 1, 2019, 2:35 am

    Really like it! If I were to get one, I would use kitchen cabinets so I could hang the mirowave. I like the washer/dryer combo. I would look at higher ceiling upstairs so could have a desk. Use pocket doors between areas. Window either side of table area. Like the frig and stove. Really like downstairs bedroom. Would use slightly smaller bathroom sink for more counter space. And a small deck to enjoy outside. Just have to find a place to put it. Thank you.

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