Quiet, starlight, and Southern California don’t necessarily jibe — but weary Angelenos seeking their own slice of peace and sunshine on the border of Joshua Tree National Park won’t find a better deal than this $45,000 studio-size cabin in Twentynine Palms, CA.
The 400-square-foot home is “perfect for someone who lives in Los Angeles and wants a place to view the stars and spend the night,” says listing agent Vinson Johnson. “It’s beautiful out here. The stars are amazing. There are fantastic conditions for astronomy.”
Granted, the adorable stucco home isn’t for those prone to loneliness. Built in 1956 as a homesteader cabin, this tiny house sits on 5 acres of nothing — and lots more nothing beyond that.