This off-the-grid cabin is located on three mining claims in Animas Forks, 30.991 acres. Built in 1999, it features propane appliances, a queen-size Murphy bed, sleeping and storage lofts, and solar power for lights and small appliances. Second structure provides storage, propane heated shower, and a composting toilet. Sitting right below the cabin, the Frisco Mill is distinguished by its unique history and extraordinary setting, a one of a kind. It is listed on the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties. Listing in the State Register provides recognition and assists in preserving our states heritage. Located on the Alpine Loop Scenic and Historic Byway in southwest Colorado, connecting Ouray, Lake City and Silverton. The Frisco Mill building dominates the landscape, and is the last remaining large post and beam mill in the Animas Forks area. Mills were common during this period but most were small, and few are left standing. The Frisco Mill is the only known example of a large post and beam mill in this high country.