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Park Model Tiny Home in Colorado Village For Sale

I’m always excited when we stumble over tiny homes that already have a space you can park them, since that’s one of the biggest hurdles to overcome when it comes to living tiny. This park-model tiny home is in Bayfield, Colorado in the MarLin Village we showed you a couple of weeks ago.

The house is under a year old and features two large loft bedrooms that can fit a King-sized bed. You’ll find a gorgeous, spacious galley kitchen on the first floor with full-sized appliances. The living room comfortably fits a standard-sized couch, and the large bathroom on the other end of the home has a stacking washer and dryer. You can purchase the home for $157K and the monthly lot rent is $650 (water/sewer/trash & snow removal included).

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Tiny Home for $157K and $650/Month Lot Rent

The grand kitchen has granite countertops.

The big bathroom has a residential toilet and a stacking laundry system.

There are full-sized appliances throughout the home.

A comfortable little couch in the living area.

A hangout space in the loft under the pine ceiling.

Here’s the other loft.

The board and batten exterior is gorgeous.

French doors welcome you inside.

A better look at the lot you can purchase.


  • This lovely house is less than one year old.
  • Beautiful new Tiny with all amenities/appliances: full size dishwasher, gas stove/oven, upper microwave, full size refrigerator, washer/dryer, granite counters, contemporary hardware on all faucets/drawers & cabinet handles and soft close cabinet doors, Mini Split heat/air & forced air heat, and beautiful rusty metal skirting.
  • The current color scheme is light grey, white, black and natural pine beetle tongue-in-groove ceilings.
  • A black Barn Door separates main living from the extra large bathroom/laundry.
  • It also has 9 contemporary/custom window shades in the areas requiring privacy, including on the front entry French Doors.
  • It has a mini-split air conditioning/heating unit, a large contemporary lighted ceiling fan and a forced air heater that runs on propane.
  • There is plenty of storage built in for a convenient kitchen pantry, two closets, and ample shelved cabinets and drawers.
  • Second loft can be a bedroom for guests or accommodate your storage needs.
  • The two lofts are large enough for a king-size bed.
  • This XXL house is 34.4’ x 10.4’ and is 15.8’ high. There are 19 windows total for great lighting.
  • The two upper lofts are 100 sq ft each and the main level is 340 sq ft, for a total of 540 sq ft.
  • The house has two French Doors along the side and a back door off the laundry/bath.
  • This tiny house currently sits on a beautiful lot in a new park that you may rent, with stunning views.
  • Rental in the brand new MarLin Village is $650/month & includes water/sewer, trash, snow removal.
  • It is equipped with 50mA electric service and has amazing AlignTec internet & WI/FI.
  • The community has extra storage units for rent and a beautiful covered gazebo for cookouts for family/friend gatherings.
  • MarLin Village is just 15 min from Durango in the outskirts of Bayfield, CO.
  • House is easily transported to your preferred location (Transport not included in price of home)

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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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  • Sherry
    September 18, 2023, 4:46 pm

    Oh that color scheme would drive me far away, it is like living in a coffin or dungeon. What ever happened to the colors of the rainbow that made people feel welcomed into their home. What is so wrong with designers and builders today that live in the dark ages…….Nice floor plan yet not welcoming at all. I am not brainwashed by unknown people who think Gray, Black and White is the best color. I want the colors of fall, the rainbow, the happy joyful colors in my life to help me see the world is in a better place then the coffin/dungeon.

    • Joe
      September 18, 2023, 6:36 pm

      Then you do you. There’s nothing ‘wrong’ with people whose tastes differ from yours. Many people would find that color scheme perfectly welcoming.

      • Sherry
        September 24, 2023, 9:05 pm

        I never said that it was wrong for anyone to like a different color, we each have our own choices, yet most of the time I see homes are dark and dreary to Me…….I want to feel welcomed when I come home, I want to feel like it is a safe happy place in my life and it is, so other people can feel safe and happy with dark dreary dull colors is okay……

        • Joe
          September 24, 2023, 10:15 pm

          You said “What is so wrong with designers and builders today that live in the dark ages”.

          Now you say “other people can feel safe and happy with dark dreary dull colors is okay”

          Fine. So we agree. Except I would substitute ‘different’ for ‘dark and dreary dull’.

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