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Small Home in Vermont Woods

Photo by Susan Teare.

Near the northern tip of Vermont’s Green Mountain National Forest and only accessible by a private pedestrian bridge over the New Haven River, this energy efficient mini-cabin uses all green materials. Think natural pine, reclaimed wood floors, and locally-sourced antique furniture and bathroom fixtures. The 600-square-foot cabin doesn’t feel tiny thanks to high-lofted ceilings, light pine walls, and natural light galore. We especially like the twisting spiral staircase and cozy wood burning stove…

Photo by Susan Teare

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3 Responses to Small Home in Vermont Woods

  1. Sunshine says:

    What a beautiful house. Could you tell me where to get the plans?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Must be accesible by air also, or else how did they get the tonage of material to build it? Certanly not by pedestria bridge.

  3. Anonymous says:

    It’s cool, but most likely another second home that will sit vacant for half of the year like most of the places in vermont!

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