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Minimalist A-Frame by the Bay


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This is a beautiful minimalist A-Frame in Maine overlooking Taunton Bay. It sits among the forest, which looks stunning with fall foliage and lush green leaves.

The inside of the cabin is all open-concept, with a great room consisting of the living area and galley kitchen. The 3/4 bathroom sits next to the kitchen, and a ladder goes up to a loft bedroom with a queen bed and an excellent net barrier. What do you think of this cabin?

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Stunning Small A-Frame Among the Trees

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The back porch has a lovely sun shade.

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Images via Airbnb/Michael

The floors and walls are all light wood, making the space feel open.

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Images via Airbnb/Michael

While the cabin has no WiFi, there’s a TV and DVD player.

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A ladder goes up to the loft bedroom.

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Here’s the view from the loft.

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Images via Airbnb/Michael

The bathroom has a moody, tiled shower stall.

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Images via Airbnb/Michael

There’s a black toilet and a cool checkerboard ceiling.

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Look at the idyllic setting!

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Images via Airbnb/Michael

Details:

Very unique spot, this small minimalist cabin is perched on a rocky hillside to allow a view over the forest and across the bay. This spot is ideal for the more rugged and adventurous outdoorsy type, as you must hike up to the cabin. It’s just a minute or two from the parking area, but it IS steep, and you must expect to haul all your luggage and groceries up there. It has most of the modern conveniences but does NOT have a wifi connection and while there is a large HD TV there is no cable or streaming service, but there is a DVD player and a HDMI cord, as well as a limited selection of movies (we have a great Steven King collection, the original Pet Semetary was filmed just 3 miles away!) The cabin is small but perfect for a couple. There is a very comfortable queen size mattress in the sleep loft which is only accessible by ladder. Huge beanbags make an excellent place to flop and relax. Small bathroom with shower, toilet, hand sink, & mirror. There is plenty of hot water. The kitchen has a 20″ propane range & oven, small sink, 3 cubic foot mini-fridge, coffemaker and a small freezer. All the cooking basics are there, as well as pots, pans, silverware, & dishes. There is a hammock outside and great views from the hilltop above the cabin. Tucked near the end of a quiet gravel road in a wooded neighborhood a 10 minute drive to Ellsworth, 25 minute drive the Schoodic section of Acadia National Park, and 30 minute drive to the Bar Harbor section of the park. Great hiking just minutes away at a number of public and private preserves with excellent trails. There is a tandem kayak with life jackets and paddles to explore the bay, which is home to seals, fish, eagles, herons, horseshoe crabs, and lobsters. Great place to unplug and recharge yourself!

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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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