Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Colorado Prospector Cabins
contact: carl schembri
Unique Cabin to be built on Historic Gold Mining Claim Acreage
The sustainable, 416 sq.ft. miner’s shaft house-inspired Colorado Prospector Cabin
Denver, CO, November 24th, 2015. Announcing the construction of the diminutive and innovative
Colorado Prospector Cabin on the historic Isabelle Lode #18034.
The Isabelle was patented out of the Louisiana Purchase to a 19th century gold prospecting woman. Colorado
Prospector Cabins will bring to market this unique cabin and historic land package to properties located 45
minutes from Denver. Sustainable, small home living will include a beetle kill pine exterior and interior ﬂoor, a
rusted, corrugated roof reﬂecting the 19th century mining era, and sweeping views of Mt. Evans, St. Mary’s
Glacier and the Continental Divide.
Colorado Prospector Cabins invites the press to visit and document the construction process and learn about
small home living in the wilderness less than 45 minutes from Denver.
Carl, Brenna and Anouk Schembri are
packing their bags in Denver and
relocating 45 minutes West to live in a
416 sq.ft. home at 9500 ft. in altitude.
The ﬁrst ever Colorado Prospector
Cabin, a carefully researched cabin and
land package for those interested in
sustainable mountain living.
There is remarkable history to the
acreage, most documented by hand
drawn Plats and Field Notes now archived
at the Bureau of Land Management