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The Gourmet Cabin on a Flower Farm in Vermont


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This is a beautiful, warm, and rustic 300 sq. ft. cabin on a 300-acre flower farm in Vermont! Surrounded by fields, greenhouses, and woods, the house offers a beautiful respite from the hustle and bustle of regular life.

The cabin’s first floor has an open-concept design. It includes a spacious living room and a U-shaped kitchen with an oven and mini-fridge. A bathroom with a residential toilet and fiberglass shower stall completes the first level. Up the ladder, you’ll find the bedroom with a queen-sized bed and a small sitting area.

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300 sq. ft. Cabin on a Working Flower Farm

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The cabin looks extra magical in the fall!

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It sits on 300 acres.

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While there is a wood stove, insurance prevents the use of it by guests.

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There’s a ladder up to the bedroom loft.

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A corner couch gives you a cozy spot to relax.

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There’s another “proper” couch on this side.

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The U-shaped kitchen includes two cozy stools.

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There’s a sturdy railing on the loft.

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There’s an oven and mini-fridge.

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Would you want to stay here?

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Up in the loft, there’s a little seating area.

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There’s a queen-sized bed and two side tables.

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Two windows look out on the beautiful surroundings.

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A sliding barn door leads into the bathroom.

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There’s a vanity and residential toilet.

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A couple of windows let in lovely light.

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The other side has a fiberglass shower stall.

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Off the front porch, there’s a little pond.

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Details:

The space is like being in a dream. A timber frame built from our own woods, high ceilings, natural light galore and custom details throughout, the Gourmet Cabin is for those who want to feel luxuriously held in a space away from time.

Pretty much, if you’re into spaces that are radical, nurturing and decadent, this space is for you.

The entire space is yours during your stay. You are welcome to explore the farm as well. We have 40 acres of pasture and 260 acres of woods to explore on foot or skis.

There is a sleeping loft with a very sturdy ladder. You must climb the ladder to access the bedroom, and must take great care when climbing up and down.

There is a woodstove in the space, but unfortunately, due to insurance companies being buttheads, renters are not allowed to use the stove. The space is heated with a quiet propane heater.

Bring slippers. While the space stays warm and cozy in the winter, the floor is usually cold, since it’s built on piers.

There is Wi-Fi in the space, and it often works very well, though this is rural Vermont and sometimes the wifi does not work very well, and sometimes is out for a bit. We’re working on a solve, but for now, be aware there may be stretches of poor internet during your stay. Think of it as an opportunity to unplug and bask in the glory of mindfulness and presence.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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