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Here’s an awesome vacation property in Colorado Springs, just minutes from the “Garden of the Gods” and downtown. Dubbed the “Chicken Coop” because there used to be a coop on the property, this fully-renovated cabin looks nothing like a home for poultry!

Grand vaulted ceilings with skylights make the small space feel especially open. The bed is the main feature of the space, but a built-in corner dinette and a mini kitchen line the sidewall. There’s also a three-quarter bathroom with a tiled shower.

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Luxury Studio-Style Tiny Cabin in Colorado Springs

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

Images via Airbnb/Whitney

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What was once a dumpy old home on this family’s property has been transformed into a cozy and romantic getaway cabin by Boston-area architect Jeff Young.

The place is 850 square feet, making it small rather than tiny, but it features some awesome creative space-use to maximize efficiency. Instead of having tall ceilings everywhere, Jeff used part of that height to create a kid’s loft connected to one of the upstairs bedrooms. Very nifty!

This vacation spot is perfect for skiers with heated floors (wow!) and a wood-burning stove. Curl up with a good book in the built-in couch nook or pull down the projection screen and watch one of 200 movies! There are nearby walking trails and you’re plenty close enough to spots for skiing, kayaking and more. You can rent the cabin on VRBO here.

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The Perfect Family Cabin?

850 Square Foot Vermont Cabin by Jeff Young

Images via Jeff Young/VRBO

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Ever wanted to live in a vacation spot? This quaint cottage lives in Dennis — a town on Cape Cod where you could live year-round.

Because it’s on a dead-end street you won’t have tons of tourists driving down your road each day, and the private backyard acts as a retreat every day! It’s just over 700 sq. ft. with one bedroom and one bathroom. No lofts or ladders to deal with — a great place to retire! It’s for sale via Trulia for $295,000 (sold).

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Get your own Quiet Cape Cod Cottage: 700 sq feet

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Looking for a small log cabin to spend your days? This spot in Arkansas is for sale for $119,000 (sold).

It’s a one-bedroom, one-bath cabin that comes in at just over 700 square feet. There’s a bonus room on the ground floor that could be used as a second bedroom.

The home has a $100 HOA fee that covers the cost for the clubhouse, playground, trails as well as snow removal, trash, grounds maintenance, and utilities.  While you’ll own your .59 acre lot, you’ll also have access to nearly 10 acres of woods and amenities.

Enjoy the photo tour below and get in touch via the Zillow listing for more details, if available.

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Log Cabin Little Home You Can Buy In Arkansas

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This is the SLEDhaus, a pre-fab small home designed as a vacation property that has no loft and can be fully off-grid.

According to SLEDhaus:

The tiny cabins called the SLEDhaus will be built with upgraded features throughout the 572 sq. ft. 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom home, with an available expansion option.

Each home is built to IRC code and can be a permanent or temporary housing option that can serve as a retreat location, remote employee housing, or a park home model that can be rented on a nightly basis at any recreational resort.

They haven’t built one yet, but you can enjoy the renderings and watch the builder talk about the structure below! Plus, I included even more details after the last video.

Related: Hivehaus Beehive-Inspired Tiny Modular Home

SLEDhaus Small Pre-Fab Cabins for Western US

Rendering via SLEDhaus

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This a 24′ x 32′ Arched Cabin.

The company offers a variety of other options too (including tiny cabins on wheels).

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Spacious 24′ x 32′ Arched Cabin

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Images © Arched Cabins

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This is a small cabin in Minnesota called the Trout Fishing Cabin by Dale Mulfinger of SALA Architects.

At 1600 sq. ft., this cabin is far from tiny! But if you consider it for a growing young family, it’s a wonderful small space to last a lifetime, don’t you think? From the outside, you’ll see it’s an ordinary cabin with a screened in porch you can use as a furnished outdoor space. When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, dining, bathroom, and four sleeping areas. What do you think?

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The Trout Fishing Cabin by Dale Mulfinger of SALA Architects… A Beautiful Small Cabin in Minnesota

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Images © Troy Thies Photography via Houzz and SALA Architects

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This is a 496 sq. ft. tiny cabin with expansive decks for relaxing and enjoying the outdoors recently sold for $370,000 according to Realtor.com.

It features skylights and an abundance of windows to help bring the outdoors in. When you go inside you’ll find a downstairs bedroom, a cozy upstairs sleeping loft, a bathroom, living room, and a lovely little kitchen.

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496 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin in California Sells for $370k

496 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin in California

Images © Realtor.com

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This is a 258 sq. ft. tiny river cabin uniquely designed by Marion Tepp and her husband and originally shared on Small House Bliss.

The spacious outdoor deck allows for living and dining outside when the weather is nice. How amazing to get to have your own waterfront dining anytime, right?

When you go inside the cabin you’ll notice an open living room with a wood burning fireplace and at the other end is your small kitchenette and half bathroom with a composting toilet. Look up from the living area and there’s your rather spacious sleeping loft space thanks to the two dormers. Please enjoy and re-share below.

258 Sq. Ft. Tiny River Cabin

cottage on the river

Images © Marion Tepp

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