Here’s to new beginnings: a mountain modern prefab built where wildfire had burned down David and Kristen’s dream place two years earlier. The couple is now downsizing from 1,200 to 500 square feet of living space.
This 500 sq. ft. “mountain mansion” was first constructed at Cabin Fever’s warehouse in Florida, packed up and delivered to Colorado, and finished locally. (Tiny House Nation)
As featured on the Tiny House Nation TV show, this aerie is off-grid with solar power and some propane gas, a deep well and (we think) a septic system. Did we mention the amazing views?
The owners have breath-taking views of the Colorado Front Range, not far from Denver. Their terrace is postcard perfect. (Tiny House Nation)
Take an inside house tour
This Colorado home supports more internal uses than you might expect! There’s an open great room, modern kitchen, bath, two small offices and sleeping loft with closets. The height in the home is the clincher.
In this loft bedroom, there’s a 15-foot ceiling and closets for the couple. You ascend by steep stairs. (Tiny House Nation)
Software integrator David has his own office and desk, which transforms into a guest bed as needed. (Tiny House Nation)
Next to David, Kristen writes books and consults from her own office with a desk, daybed and views. (Tiny House Nation)
This Colorado home features a modern bathroom with a hip shower, sink and flush toilet. (Tiny House Nation)
The Coloradans wanted a full gas range and stove, large sink and custom refrigerator in their home. (Tiny House Nation)
Here’s the great room view into the Colorado home, with the bathroom to right and kitchen to left. (Tiny House Nation)
More access: Want video? Tiny House Nation offers clips from the “Rocky Mountain Mansion” episode. The show is free online, and soon will transition access via your cable provider here. You may also pay $2.99 to view itunes.