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Adorable 250 sq. ft. Casitas in Colorado


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Now this is a tiny *home.* Despite being only 250-square feet, these Casitas in at a Colorado campground look like perfectly miniature versions of larger traditional homes — there’s even a foyer with cathedral ceilings!

The home has a compact bathroom, with a little shower stall, a kitchen with all the major appliances so you can cook anything during your stay, and a loft bedroom you can reach with a very sturdy ladder. While it’s a vacation rental, I think this design would make a great full-time residence!

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Traditional Home in Little Style (No Wheels!)

This house has such a quaint exterior!

The little dining area sits next to a galley kitchen.

There’s a microwave and oven.

The little nook is perfect for a breakfast indoors.

A sturdy ladder takes you to the bedroom.

It looks like you can stand in the middle of the loft.

The compact bathroom has a residential toilet and a shower stall.

You have views of the mountains from the house!

Description:

Stay in one of our cozy Casitas (tiny houses) that accommodate two people and are situated among a few others at our eclectic campground in the valley between Ridgway and Ouray Colorado.

These tiny homes have a small footprint of 250 square feet but feel much larger due to the high vaulted ceilings. They are stocked with your everyday necessities such as linens, cooking basics and showering facilities. We have cleverly designed them to maximize space and hope you enjoy the loft views!

The Casita has a kitchen that includes a 24 inch 4-burner convection oven, microwave, sink, coffee maker, toaster, apartment size refrigerator/freezer and small dining setup. Cupboards are stocked with basic dishes, cookware and olive oil, salt and pepper. You’ll find a quaint sitting area set up for two people where you can relax after a day of exploring the area. Also on the main floor is the bathroom which has a toilet and 36 inch shower stall. Please note the ONLY sink in the unit is located in the kitchen. Up in the loft you’ll find the queen bed with comfortable neutral linens and views of Mt. Sneffels. Access to the loft requires navigating up and down the hefty ladder. Please keep that in mind!

This space has a propane furnace for heat and on-demand hot water heaters. Seasonally we add air conditioning to the unit. . WiFi is pretty good except when inclement weather arises (we are in the mountains after all). Your reservation comes with parking for ONE VEHICLE. please call for questions about extra vehicles and trailers.

Be sure to take advantage of the clubhouse where we offer hot coffee, tea, and refreshments daily from 8am-8pm. Other camp amenities you may utilize is the camp grills and gas fire pit, bath house and coin laundry facility.

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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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  • W
    February 27, 2024, 5:48 am

    Nice. I’d swap the toilet with a sinkolet for a more complete bathroom and paint the ceiling upstairs in two colours so it would be obvious at a glance where it was tall enough to stand upright and where it wasn’t. I love the looks of the outside.

    • Alison
      February 27, 2024, 8:30 pm

      Good idea about painting the “standing zone”!

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