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Backyard Studio-Style Tiny Cabin in Colorado Springs


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

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The cabin has privacy fencing all around.

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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The white-painted vaulted ceilings give lots of space.

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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Here you can see the kitchen and breakfast nook.

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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A mini-split keeps the place comfortable.

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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There are also skylights and a fan.

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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Make simple meals in the little kitchen.

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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There’s a bench and closet on the other side.

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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Chicken pillows complete the theme.

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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Can you spot the bathroom chicken?

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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The corrugated metal harkens to the farm vibe.

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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A stone patio in the backyard is a great place to relax.

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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Enjoy your stay!

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Metal chicken yard art.

The “Chicken Coop” Studio-Style Cabin

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Highlights:

Why do we call it the Chicken Coop? Well, when we purchased the property there was an operating chicken coop. The stand-alone cottage is in the rear of the main home, with its own private entrance. It’s fully renovated but maintains its rustic charm, with large front windows and skylights to keep it feeling bright. The cozy cottage features comfortable furniture, a reading nook and a kitchenette with toaster oven, coffee maker and hot plate. The tiled bathroom is small but very clean and nice. Outdoors is a nice deck for relaxing in the great Colorado Springs weather.

There is one parking spot. The entrance is around the front of the main house and through a gate, but the cottage itself is wholly separate from the main house.

Looks like a great vacation, but would also make a good tiny house design! Book on Airbnb.

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Natalie C. McKee

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 two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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  • Avatar merryl
    May 4, 2021, 10:00 am

    If your a chicken lover then you should definatly stay here.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      May 6, 2021, 9:50 am

      I agree!

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