Steamboat tiny home featured on HGTV Tiny House Hunters – Colorado News

Steamboat tiny home featured on HGTV Tiny House Hunters – Colorado News

Heather Suchyta’s new home may be tiny, but it has a million dollar view of Emerald Mountain and it’s providing her with her reality TV debut.

Suchyta and her new 295-square-foot condo at Mount Werner Meadows will be featured in a new episode of HGTV’s Tiny House Hunters that airs at 8 p.m. EST June 19. She can sit on her tiny patio and watch the sun light up Emerald Mountain across the valley.

Co-starring in the episode of the popular reality TV show are Suchyta’s mother, Maureen, and local Realtor  Rebecca Bailey, of Town & Country Properties. 

Bailey looked long and hard to find home listings that at least came close to meeting HGTV’s profile for tiny houses. The maximum size is 600 square feet, and Suchyta said, show producers don’t typically consider condominiums for the show.

Suchyta, 21, and working as an administrative assistant/intern at Northwest Colorado Consultants, Inc., as well as a student at Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs, was eager to get out of the roommate situation at a local apartment complex.

The process of being featured on Tiny House Hunters began with Maureen Suchyta.

“It was my mom’s idea,” she said. “My family loves HGTV – loves it!”

“We sent in the info and lucky for us, they called back right away,” Heather said. “I think Steamboat caught their eye. We did two Skype interviews with the producer and (exchanged) a ton of e-mails and paperwork.”

Bailey said she explained to the producer that housing in Routt County is exceptionally tight, particularly at the low end.

“I told them, ‘I can find you a 600-square-foot home in in…

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