Little Vermont Cabin: 850 Sq Ft in the Mountains









“2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, sleeps 4-5

Located in the heart of the Green Mountains on ten acres. Mountain views and remote feel, but only 20 minutes from Warren/Waitsfield area. Ski or snowshoe out the back door or cozy up and watch movies on home theater with over 100 movies. Brand new, with all the modern amenities, but done in classic cabin style. Enjoy walking/sledding on site or hiking the nearby Long Trail, then a relaxing hot tub under the stars. 15 mins to Middlebury Snow Bowl, 25 mins to Sugarbush and Mad River Glen or 45 to Killington. Great swimming, kayaking, etc. Perfect any season!

Size limitations: The cabin is 850 sq ft. so not designed for large groups. It is one large space downstairs and two separate bedrooms above. It has a much larger feel than it’s size indicates however, due to a two story loft above. There is also a generously sized mud room/entry with a heated floor to dry out ski boots and stow gear. It is therefore best suited for couples or small families who are looking for a well designed and appointed quality cabin. Anyone looking for a traditional Vermont experience will certainly enjoy the areas offerings and the warmth and intimacy provided in the cabin.

4wd Car recommendation: It is recommended that you have a 4wd car or truck in the winter.” (Source)

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  1. Confused here… is there a spiral stair case, a wooden one or both??? The photos show both. The place is roomy, but 2 staircases?

  2. I’m sorry, but 850 sf in Vermont at an ungodly price per night is NOT the “traditional Vermont experience” – at least it didn’t used to be. This place is worth tons of money, and the sight of it here in a place for folks who want to intentionally downsize and go against the debt-up-to-your-eyeballs grain is really saddening, at best. The government is making it more difficult daily to live where you want, eat what you want, say what you want and now our kids – think what you want. I don’t like it at all that Vermont is becoming so “progressive” that the real Vermonters can no longer afford a tiny scrap of land on which to park a tiny house.

  3. I want to know cost to build one I would like to build 2 on my prop in northern Mich 1 for each son just finished putting in well and septic to handle 2 small homes this would be perfect how can I get a set of floor plans if not will rent for 2 nights and send my builder with camera and tape measurer

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