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Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville


This is the Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville, Colorado. It’s a tiny house vacation you can book that can sleep up to five people. This tiny house has a full bathroom, kitchen, living area, and two sleeping lofts.

Great for soaking in after a long day of hiking, skiing, fishing or all the other wonderful outdoor activities Colorado has to offer.

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The Oscar Wilde Tiny House Vacation in Downtown Leadville, Colorado – Elevation 10,152 Feet

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Oscar Wilde Tiny House in Downtown Leadville

Tiny House Oscar Wilde has lots of interior space with a comfortable living room. Each loft has a Queen bed and the “L” shaped couch can sleep 2 additional people. This has a full bathroom with a tub. It’s our first tiny house with a tub!

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  • D. Pedersen January 7, 2019, 3:58 am

    I do not get the name “Oscar Wilde”. It does not even look remotely like Oscar Wilde’s house. There is no writing desk – to imply it is for writer’s retreats – furnitures actually looks fairly uncomfortable. And he never lived in Leadville, Colorado. So I am puzzled why someone called it “Oscar Wilde”. It might just be a love of the author – but then one would expect some kind of theme, that implied the author. Strange.

    • James D. January 7, 2019, 9:57 pm

      Actually, Leadville, Colorado is a noted part of Oscar Wilde’s life… If you ever watch the biography movie on him, Wilde (1997), it even opens with his visit to that town…

      Mind, he wasn’t just a writer but also a poet, dramatist, and a believer in aestheticism and advocate of socialism, but while he may be mostly remembered as an author he only published one novel, “The Portrait of Dorian Gray” in 1891…

      During 1882, he was doing a lecture tour of America, basically explaining Art and Esthetics to the American middle class, which lasted over a year…

      Leadville, Colorado was one of the tough wild west type towns at the time during the height of the silver mining period and while Wilde was initially not well received with his lectures at the local opera house, after the miners took him for a drink and they failed to get him drunk with him out drinking them under the table instead, he basically became very popular and they even named a silver vein in the mine after him before he left, with the drill he used to open the vein as a souvenir…

      So there was more to him than just being a writer…

      • Alex January 9, 2019, 3:18 pm

        Cool! Thanks, James!

  • Jordan January 15, 2019, 10:42 pm

    What brand is that bathtub? It looks really nice… Something I would want in my home.

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