3 Bedrooms* (*open design ) 1 Bath, sleeps 6-8
comfortably in spacious loft plus 4 downstairs.
If you want remote isolated seclusion – this is the place
for you! The Views are SPECTACULAR!! You can count 54 Mountain peaks on the 180
degree view of the Continental Divide from the big wrap around deck. Solar Home
off Grid shows you how to be green and sustainable!
Simply put: Our Views are SPECTACULAR!! Count 54 Mtn peaks
on our 180 degree view of the Continental Divide from the big wrap around deck.
It is modern (built in 1991) and has a nice cinnamon and sage southwestern
Indian décor theme. There are views out every window and it is a great place to
spend time being inspired by Mountain grandeur. Just a 10 minute drive to the
Historic Gold Rush Town of Cripple Creek, you can enjoy many different
restaurants and casinos. This cabin utilizes an open concept design, using room
dividers, walls, and lofts, rather than separate bedrooms - with the bathroom
being the only totally private room. This is our only solar cabin which does
have regular 110 electric AC wall plugs. If you feel adventuresome and into a
unique new experience – then trying a Solar Cabin can be a great way to get
away from it all and enjoy Nature fully! No Smoking, No pets, No phone.. Near
hiking trails: Florissant National Park, Mueller State Park, Dome Rock Wildlife
Refuge, and Pike National Forest. Great seclusion and tremendous views! Large
wrapped deck for maximum enjoyment. Excellent hiking west and south. Lots of
Cabin Size: 1550 sq. ft. total. 650 top level, 900 midlevel
Beds and Sleeping: Sleeps 8 Upstairs, large loft has one queen and two single
beds. Downstairs bedroom (semi-private) has 1 queen bed. Large window seats
with cushions provide more sleeping areas; especially suited for children. Bathroom: One full bath (shower and tub: sink & toilet)
Electric: Solar electric power. This translates into a need
for conservation. The batteries charge whether it is sunny or not, so it is
very rare to have low power. It does have a converter for 110V appliances (hair
dryers, etc.), but they should be used a minimum of time. A generator is
provided for emergency power, but is not necessary unless lights overused,left
on while gone or other misuse of solar power. Note: At this time we have a old style ice box and you will need ice for cooler. Also wood for fire place Sept to May.
Heat: Electric and woodstove on brick hearth.
Water: 1000 gallon cistern filled from a well.
Location: Four miles SW of Cripple Creek.
Elevation: 9200 Ft. Besides the tremendous views all around, you can walk out
the door pretty much in any direction for great hikes - at the end of our road
is a cul-de-sac which opens onto tons of acres of preserved government land.
Wildlife abounds! Rental Agreement
$135-175 per night
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