If you’re lucky enough to own some extra land somewhere, putting a tiny house there for personal family vacations is a great way to get a lower-cost vacation property! That’s what this Colorado couple did. They reached out to Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses to have an off-grid, low maintenance THOW built and delivered to their remote land outside of Durango.
The metal siding should hold up to the wind and snow, and they have multiple off-grid systems, and backup systems, to keep them warm no matter the weather. There’s a loft bedroom, 32″ shower stall, and composting toilet. The build came to about $65,000 without the solar array.
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Durango Cabin Tiny House on Wheels
Love the grey and wood tones.
Kitchen has a two-burner stove top.
Some of the steps have cubbie storage.
They have space for a couch and storage loft.
You can see the water cistern from the window.
Nature’s Head composting toilet in the bathroom.
Shady spot in the trees.
- Separate solar array in sunny spot
- Vacation property for family
- 20 ft. THOW
- Propane direct vent furnace installed
- High efficiency mini split provides additional heat/AC
- Backup generator that runs off the propane tanks
- Lunos eGo heat recovery ventilator to provide fresh outside air
- Cream-colored quartz counter top
- Undermount sink
- Two burner cooktop
- 10 cu ft solar fridge
- Microwave vent hood
- 32″ shower
- Composting toilet
- $62k without solar array
- Wire brushed engineered oak flooring
- Beetle kill pine ceiling
- Drywall walls
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I like the idea of buying just bare land to keep the property taxes down and then having a camper/tiny home on wheels there for vacations, seasonal stays, or even full time living if that’s legal.
Add a storage shed or a small garage for tools and toys and it’s a great get away retreat. You can forego the shed on the land if you can rent a storage shed nearby. More secure storage than having one at your property if you are away for extended periods. Here in Wisconsin a 10X20 is $75 a month and a 10X25 with electric is $110 a month.
If you like remote stays in nature, it’s really the best!
This is a very well thought out… well built tiny house. I would not change or add anything.