Glacier View Tiny Home On 28 Acres 180° Bay View

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Indlu encane ibungazwe ngu-Scott & Hester

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Brand New, quiet & cozy tiny home nestled in the middle of a family owned working hay field. From the tiny home you will experience breathtaking panoramic views of Kachemak Bay, Grewingk Glacier, Poots Peak, Gull Island, the Homer Spit and more can easily be seen from the bay view windows. Enjoy a calming retreat from the hustle and bustle of town, and still be less than 10 minutes away from the Spit and downtown Homer.

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Glacier View Tiny Home is one of three 5 star rated tiny homes owned and operated by Scott and Hester Turkington located on their family's historic 4th generation Alaskan homestead.

Fireweed Tiny Home:
https://abnb.me/tM9Zzu8baob
Midnight Sun Tiny Home:
https://abnb.me/ilh9SbAcaob
Glacier View Tiny Home:
https://abnb.me/unU6LoCcaob

Glacier View Tiny Home features a quaint kitchen, small fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster oven, 2 burner hot plate, coffee pot and enough pots/pans/ plates/bowls and utensils for 4 guests. The restroom is supplied with towels, washcloths, shampoo, conditioner and body wash. There is a hairdryer, and clothes steamer for guests to use as well.

We also provide coffee, tea, sugar, creamer and granola bars which are complimentary items for our guests to use during their first morning at the cottage. There are three conveniently located grocery stores, one of which is 3 minutes away to stock up on essentials during your stay.

The tiny home will sleep up to four people, two people comfortably on the king bed in the loft, one person in the narrower portion "reading nook" of the loft (above the kitchen) and one more can sleep on the custom bench in the bedroom below. The downstairs bench and reading loft have narrow twin mattresses so we recommend that you plan accordingly when appointing sleeping areas for your group. If you or anyone in your party has physical limitations such as weakened knees, back issues, etc. we highly recommend staying down in the lower quarters to prevent any possible injuries. The steps can be a bit steep for some. Children are not allowed to be upstairs unaccompanied without adult supervision at all times. Also note the Tiny Home is a home on wheels. Tires are chalked and we use jacks for stabilization. You may feel some slight movement in strong winds or if someone is moving heavily in the loft but the tiny home is quite secure and has weathered even the strongest stormy Alaskan winters.

Note: We will provide the extra bedding for you to make the bench and upstairs lounge cushion upon request.

There is a small dining area in the main living space that will overlook the bay as you rest after a day of exploring Homer. Installed blackout curtains are a must during the summer months when the sun may not set until nearly midnight. A small heater is located in the main living space in case you need to take the chill off during your visit. Wi-Fi is also included along with a smart TV for entertainment.

Through the summer months it's not uncommon to see a mamma moose and her young stroll through the property, an eagle soar overhead in search of a meal or have a flock of Sandhill Crane land in the field and forage for food with their young. Occasionally, you might be greeted by two small dogs Coco and Chica, owned by Joyce and Alan (Scott's parents) who live up the hill on the property. They are completely harmless and will not bite.

The Turkington's are 4th Generation Alaskans/Homerites and we love the last frontier! We hope you'll choose to spend part of your Alaskan adventure with us!

Lapho uzolala khona

Ikamelo lokulala 1
1 umbhede omkhulu
Ikamelo lokulala 2
Umbhede olala umuntu oyedwa o-1
Ikamelo lokulala 3
Umbhede olala umuntu oyedwa o-1

Lokho ozokuthola kule ndawo

Ukubuka komtata
Ukubuka umkhathizwe edolobheni
Ikhishi
I-Wifi
Ukupaka mahhala ngaphakathi endaweni
I-TV
I-Patio noma i-balcony
Igceke elingemuva
I-Hair dryer
Isiqandisi

ubusuku obungu-7 e- Kachemak

Apr 2, 2023 - Apr 9, 2023

5.0 out of 5 stars from 27 reviews

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Kachemak, Alaska, i-United States

Our families 28 acre homestead definitely sets it apart from many other locations in Homer. To be so close to town, and all that Homer has to offer and yet have so much private open space and unmatched views of Kachemak Bay. You simply cannot find a more unique setting in Homer!

Ibungazwe ngu-Scott & Hester

  1. Ujoyine ngo-Februwari 2022
  • Ukubukeza okungu-27
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Hi, My name is Scott Turkington and I am a 3rd generation Alaskan. My Grandfather first came to Alaska in 1946 in Model A's all the way from Hartford Connecticut. The military was still punching in a road through Canada so that they could get vital supplies to Alaska to defend her from the Japanese who had invaded the Aleutian Islands. With his military permit granted to him to travel the road, he struggled through muddy mucky roads all the way to Alaska. He eventually made his way down the Kenai Peninsula to Homer and fell in love. He soon returned to Connecticut, married my grandmother and moved her back to Homer. Back then there wasn't much here and you had to be a real pioneer to make a living. He eventually purchased 300 acres in homer just out east end road. That's where I grew up and spent most of my life.



I eventually purchased this cottage in town and lived here for several years. It was my first home and being single at the time it was perfect! I love tiny spaces and didn't need much. Eventually I met my wife Hester while working for an alternative fuels company in Missouri. A few years after our daughter was born we moved back to Alaska so she could experience the magic and wonder that I experienced growing up here in Alaska.



We're excited to share our little cottage with you and to help you have your own Alaskan adventure. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact us! We look forward to you staying with us!
Hi, My name is Scott Turkington and I am a 3rd generation Alaskan. My Grandfather first came to Alaska in 1946 in Model A's all the way from Hartford Connecticut. The military was…

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