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Concept 21 Renovated Fiberglass Yurt Built in 1976

This house feature comes with a little history lesson! These yurts were designed by the Missouri-based “Concept Twenty-One” manufacturer, which built fiberglass “yurts” on-site that were touted as more energy-efficient and economical than other manufactured homes. You can read a 1978 article about these homes here.

This particular yurt has been recently renovated, so it feels like it was built yesterday — and has all the comforts of home, so you can enjoy a great vacation! I could definitely live in here  as well — there’s a big kitchen, a spacious living area, and a private queen-sized bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.

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Grand Yurt on Table Rock Lake, Missouri

They did an incredible job creating a functional kitchen in a round space.

There are full-sized appliances so you can cook anything.

Look at the stunning ceiling!

Spices and basic cooking supplies are supplied.

You have lots of options for entertainment!

The living room has plenty of seating and a cool mural.

The original fireplace provides a cozy spot in the cooler months.

You can eat with a view!

The bedroom and bathroom are behind the wall.

Here’s the private bedroom space.

There’s a ceiling fan for some air flow.

It’s always nice to have a full bathroom.

There’s a tiled shower stall, and toiletries provided.

Cool birch tree wallpaper!

There’s also a stacked washer and dryer in the closet.

The giant center pillar provides support and style.

And the outdoor space is also incredibly inviting.


This fun, round fiberglass home boasts gorgeous views of Table Rock Lake, and sits on over an acre of land within the nicest neighborhood you’ll ever experience. Easily drivable, easy to find, easy to enjoy.

Here in Shell Knob, you can pick up groceries and sundries nearby, settle in and relax, or take part in a variety of activities both on the lake and off.

Get out of your box. Once you’ve experienced See You Round, you’ll never want to be backed into a corner again!

The home is even BETTER than a yurt, because it was built with stick framing, foam insulation, and permanent walls and roof. This rare, vintage “Concept 21” fiberglass house, built in 1976, was completely overhauled to reveal and enhance its original mid-century vibe. Featuring expansive windows to bring the beautiful lake views inside, you’ll feel transported to a new and special place – rain or shine. With wi-fi and streaming TV service, your work and online entertainment is fully available to you.

You’re at the lake, so we want you to enjoy the great outdoors! Our fire pit is ready to go, with plenty of cut firewood on hand. Plenty of patio seating is available too, right off the living room.

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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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