This is a historic, creekside tiny cabin in Georgetown, Colorado known as The Cricket.
It was originally built in 1920 but has been updated with renovations and yard work to make it into the glorious and relaxing lodge that it is – all 360-sq.-ft. of it.
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Historic 360-sq.-ft. Cabin on a Creek in Georgetown, Colorado (For Rent)
This is the entry, right when you walk into the tiny cabin.
This cabin was originally built in 1920.
Now it serves as a Creekside getaway. I wonder who originally built it and how long they lived there…
Look at the views of the creek…
Beyond the entry, your kitchen and dining area.
A classic kitchen with a window view in the perfect spot.
The living room with storage and a murphy bed.
The bed folds right down into the living space.
The recently renovated bathroom…
Mountain views beyond the cabin.
The Cricket tiny cabin in Georgetown.
Wouldn’t it be kind of cool to build a cabin kind of like this? With your own modifications?
I wonder how your version would be like.
- Studio cabin
- Originally built in 1920
- Located in a small neighborhood on Spring Street
- Georgetown, Colorado
- Right on Clear Creek
- In Aspen Grove
- Pet-friendly stay
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