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Moody Ranch Cabin in Colorado w/ Screened-In Porch

Now here’s a place I could live forever! This modern ranch cabin in Colorado is the ultimate cozy vacation space, with a gorgeous screened-in porch sporting a sectional sofa and a couch swing that allow you to admire the ranch views in comfort.

Inside the cabin, you’ll find a grand electric fireplace separating the sleeping area from the kitchen/dining space. There’s a lush queen bed and chaise lounge in the bedroom space and a full kitchen (dishwasher included!) in the kitchen. A spacious bathroom with double sinks and a deep soaking tub sits off the main living area. What’s not to love?

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Modern Studio-Style Cabin on a Ranch

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Wood, leather and metal combine in a cozy, moody aesthetic.

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A wall of windows lets natural light flow into the bedroom area.

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There’s a full kitchen on the back wall and a brilliant live-edge table.

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The electric fireplace warms both the kitchen and bedroom space.

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Chunky exposed beams show off tons of character.

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Read in the chaise lounge or watch TV in bed.

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You can also sit up at the bar to eat.

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There’s a little bar across from the fireplace.

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The light and bright bathroom has double sinks and mirrors.

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Slip into the soaking tub at the end of the day.

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They provide towels and toiletries.

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The mudroom has hooks and seats for coats and putting on shoes.

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There’s also a washer and dryer.

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The screened-in porch has a huge sectional sofa and a rocking swing.

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Enjoy views of the ranch!

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It looks extra cozy at dusk.

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Gorgeous stars in the night sky!

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Modern ranch style cabin on 160 acre property with incredible large mountain views all around. House was designed by an architect and shows in every detail and the gorgeous furnishings throughout the inside and exterior of the home. Large screened porch to enjoy the incredible mountain views for hours on end. Walking distance to the South Colony trailhead & Rainbow trail which leads to several 14ers, 52 lakes and hundreds of miles of trails for hiking, snow shoeing, & horseback riding.

You get the entire cabin to yourself. There is a large soaking tub for two with handheld shower in the bathroom (The cabin does not have a walk-in shower). Double sink vanity in white modern farmhouse style bathroom. The main part of the cabin features modern rustic decor with luxury furnishings throughout. There’s a dressing room with washer/dryer, dining area and full kitchen. The screened porch has a swing, large sectional, firepit and dinette table. The property is 100% solar powered so you cannot charge electric cars here.

We have 30 horses on our property in fenced pastures. We do not allow guests to go into the horse pastures, but you are more than welcome to pet the horses as they come up to the fence (which they love to do!).

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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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  • Donna Rae
    October 21, 2023, 12:15 pm

    Wow! In a word…STUNNING! Absolutely perfect for a vacation to recharge and bask in the wide open spaces and quiet! I think that if I were to build one for myself to live in…I mean, who wouldn’t want to be surrounded by such beauty all the time?…I would make only one change. Move that middle wall closer to the bed and then put a couch on the other side. I realize it would mean getting rid of the fireplace but I could live with that happily because for me personally, I’m not a huge fan of fireplaces anyway. But if you really wanted a fireplace, I think it would be easy to find another location. As a residence, I think most of us spend more time in the living area even though on vacation we might linger in bed. Vacation perfection and a nearly perfect residence. What a delightful cabin and an appreciated post! Thank you!

    • James D.
      October 21, 2023, 2:24 pm

      Well, thing to consider… The fireplace is the only heat source for the home, it isn’t there just for ambiance, and centrally placed is the ideal location to efficiently heat the entire space evenly. Add, a ranch can be partly to completely off-grid and that could make other heat sources less practical than the fireplace. Local situation will vary but unless in a warm climate the type of heat source can be very important and deal with more than just a preference. Many alternative heat sources can also require additional space be dedicated to that system, taking away from the total living space. Needing a mechanical room, for example, and extremely cold areas may make options like a Mini-Split unreliable for all year use by itself, which can mean needing multiple types of heat sources to make it work then…

      While the patio serves as the living space and has it’s own heat source as well. Additionally, there’s comfortable chairs and lounge in the bedroom area, with the wall serving as a separation between the resting and eating areas… The TV is located in the bedroom area only as an additional distinction…

      Consequently, a couch on the other side of the partial wall would eliminate the two comfortable chairs, which some people prefer to a couch, and leave the seating area facing the dining table and kitchen… For an idea of the trade offs for this change…

    October 21, 2023, 9:34 pm

    The cabin is beautiful! BUT! What has it got to do with Tiny Houses? Maybe you are sponsored by Airbnb? If so why not have a separate website for promos of such? I signed up for info & updates on Tiny Homes not necessarily homes of people who have nothing to do with those of us who are interested in living with out mainstream ideals!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      October 23, 2023, 6:16 am

      Hi Jodie! This cabin is a “tiny home” and there are many brilliant tiny homes that are used as Airbnbs. We aren’t sponsored by Airbnb nor do we get paid to feature their stuff, but it gives our readers additional “tiny house” inspiration to see these awesome homes.

  • Cheryl SB
    October 23, 2023, 9:36 am

    Hi THN, I am having trouble loading the pictures of this cabin. I know my signal is weak, but is there a way to insure even a weak signal gets to view this cute house? Thanks for your help.

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