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The Turquoise Door Tiny Home Near Great Mesa


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Experience the stunning Southwestern landscape in this “Turquoise Door” tiny house that gazes at the Great Mesa and surrounding area. Look at the Milky Way around the firepit by night, then settle yourself indoors in the queen-sized bed on the first floor.

If you bring children or want the adventure, there is a loft bedroom with two huge skylights. The tiny house also has a well-stocked kitchen (no oven), and a bathroom with a residential toilet and standard shower stall. What do you like most about this tiny home?

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You walk in and find the queen-sized bed on the first floor.

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Here’s the view from the loft.

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This is the stunning landscape you see upon waking.

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An L-shaped kitchen has a deep sink, toaster and refrigerator.

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Make yourself a cup of coffee.

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The view from the bathroom is also stunning.

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You get a residential toilet and a shower stall.

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You can sleep in the loft if you want. The big skylights brighten the space.

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Outside you get a covered area for relaxing in the hammock or having a bite to eat.

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The sunsets are gorgeous! And you can see the Milky Way at night.

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The door that gives the space its name.

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What do you think of this tiny house?

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Details:

Your bed is supremely comfortable and requires no steps nor ladders. Guests appreciate having their bed and frame at ground level. In the loft above, there is also a lovely double bed with skylights above. This is great to view the night sky, or if your group requires more than one bed.

The kitchen and bathroom are fully stocked and easy to use. Completely on-grid utilities means on-demand hot water to shower away whatever you’ve been into all day. The kitchen is small but mighty. A two burner hot plate, microwave and capable toaster oven make most cooking possible. Coffee and tea station are ready and on-point.

Outdoor activities are on most guests’ agenda. You’re in a good spot. The property is equidistant to both entrances of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. The Grand Mesa sounds like something you’ve heard of, but aren’t quite sure. It’s spectacular in all seasons for all kinds of outdoor activities, especially hiking. The largest flat-top mountain IN THE WORLD!

  • Cozy, Comfy, Clean and Cute
  • Incredible 360 Views by Day
  • World Class Night Sky
  • Fully Stocked Kitchen and Bathroom
  • Fire Pit with ready Wood
  • Access to Black Canyon and Grand Mesa
  • Easy to find and Seamless Check-In
  • Relax in a Hammock
  • Peaceful, Private, Quiet, Thoughtful
  • Incredible overlook at “The Draw”
  • Fast WiFi

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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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  • MIKE
    February 26, 2024, 8:03 pm

    I would have put a window on the wall next to the bed where the turquoise mirror is located since I like to look out the window when lying in bed. I also would have put a slider window higher up on the wall behind the bed since I don’t like a bed in front of a window. It’s silly to block a window with a headboard, and difficult to sit up in bed if you have to lean against the window. Otherwise, an efficient use of space. I don’t know if this cabin has them, but a set of 2 additional chairs (even folding ones stored under the bed would be useful if the cabin is meant to sleep 4.

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