A journey from grain silos to cozy tiny homes at Clark Farm Silos in Kalispell Montana. Set on 5 acres of land, these 5 beautiful tiny houses aim to provide guests with an excellent experience on this family farm that has been in operation for 3 generations.
Each silo has been designed with a modern and minimalist approach while remaining true to its original cylindrical structure.
Silos Made to Make Life Easier
Each silo has its own veranda. From the verandas, you have the whole view. There is also a common backyard for the silos to use. Cars cannot be parked next to the silos, so when you come to stay in these silos, you have to take a short walk from the parking lot to the silos. For the suitcases you bring with you, there is a vehicle to help you carry them.
Of the 5 silos, the first silo has an additional handicapped-accessible bathroom. Considering the structural integrity of the silo, a different external entrance was placed in the bathroom.
When you wake up in the morning, you will see that all your tiredness is gone
Pleasant conversations by the campfire under the stars are wonderful, especially in the morning of a night that smells of mountain air.
Waking up to the magnificent view overlooking the Flathead Valley and starting the day with a special roasted French press Maven Coffee for the guests increases your energy. All this is the perfect way to unwind from the hustle and bustle of city life.
The design of the interiors is almost flawless.
The staircase from the living room to the attic bedroom is elegant and functional. In the attic bedroom, the extremely comfortable king-size bed, luxurious cotton duvet covers, and feather pillows are the perfect place for a serene sleep.
The modern sofa in the downstairs sitting area can be folded into a comfortable bed with a duvet cover, making Clark Farm Silos one of the best tiny houses for couples and small families.
The downstairs kitchen is well-equipped for food and beverage preparation, with a fridge, stove, microwave, oven, toaster, oven, toaster, and all utensils. It can easily cater to those who prefer snacks and appetizers or a visiting table. The choice is up to the user.
The downstairs bathroom is fully equipped with a corrugated metal shower cabin, flush toilet, washbasin, shelves, towel racks, and storage space. One last detail about the bathroom is that the corrugated metal windows and doors were recycled from various silos.
Each silo has been placed on the land with the aim of providing maximum privacy, panoramic views, and all the details of use to provide guests with the comfort and tranquility of a tiny house.
You don’t have to think long and hard to stay in these carefully designed silos (you can rent them for $430 a night on Airbnb), do you?
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