In most cases, living in a yurt requires a commitment to a more minimal, off-the-grid lifestyle. However, opting for tight quarters can often yield incredibly relaxed settings. A case in point being this little red dual-action yurt that punctuates vista views of the La Garita Mountains in Creede, Colo.
Currently a backcountry lodging establishment, the 28-acre property consists of three separate parcels on the edge of Campbell Mountain and sits almost completely ensconced in a national forest. The three parcels have been zoned to allow for the building of a main house and a guest house on each.
Included in the $750,000 list price is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom yurt that offers a cozy 741 square feet of living space. The yurt has been completely remodeled and now sports metal exterior siding for better protection against the elements.
The wilderness lodging company business will also be conveyed in the sale. The business’ website notes that since the property is privately owned, forest permits are not necessary in order to operate the business, and the area has previously been approved by the county for “yurt rental use.”
Mark Richter of Scenic Mountain Properties has the listing.
This article was originally published by Neal J. Leitereg on Realtor.com. To see the original article, click here.