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Sage House at Wildwood Collective, Vermont

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This tranquil getaway sits near a pond in the forest of Vermont and includes a modern farmhouse tiny home on wheels with all the comforts of home sweet home — and access to a sauna!

The THOW features a loft bedroom, full kitchen, tiled bathroom and a super cozy TV lounge loft. It’s one of two tiny homes on the property that are well-spaced and include shared access to the pond and sauna. You’ll have your own cozy firepit area.

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Warm Modern Farmhouse Tiny House

Enjoy the firepit outside.

The ladder takes you up to the TV lounge.

Tons of windows allow you to enjoy natural light.

Sit down with a cup of coffee and enjoy the view.

The handy table has pull-out benches.

There’s a washer/dryer unit for your use.

Storage steps go up to the bedroom loft.

I like those benches under the window.

Skylight in the TV loft.

Bathroom with on-demand hot water.

Beautiful subway tile shower.

Another skylight in the bedroom loft.

What a lovely place to wake up.

Outdoor string lights.

Inside of the sauna.

The pond between the tiny homes.


Sage House at Camp Wildwood is tiny vacation living at its finest. The house offers one loft bedroom (queen bed), full kitchen with four-burner electric stove and oven, farmhouse sink, butcher-block countertops, microwave, french press coffee maker, heat and AC, secondary lounge loft with Smart TV, high speed WiFi (300 mbs), Poly and Bark sofa, tiled shower, traditional flushing toilet, washer and dryer unit, Casper mattress, outdoor area with Breeo fire pit, Weber grill, and Adirondack chairs, a barrel sauna, and private camp pond…just to name a few features. Come enjoy Vermont in a whole new way! Dogs welcome with a $75 pet fee per pup (two dogs max).

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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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  • Redman Catskill
    January 31, 2022, 6:34 pm

    I once lived in a 502 sq. ft. apartment. That was enough space for me, but I couldn’t imagine living full-time in anything smaller. I am not a fan of the tiny homes – but I did like the interior decor of this particular unit. Perfect for a weekend place in the mountains or at the beach.

    • Stephan of Arkansas
      April 9, 2022, 10:29 pm

      Yes, I hear you, M. Redman Catskill. Like U, I think that 500ft2 is the smallest that I could live in at this stage of life (I am now 72) and make work. (It helps, I suppose, that I live alone, soon to be joined by a cairn terrier.) When I was first starting out back in the old days, after I got out of the US Army at the tail-end of the Vietnam War, I lived in a 375 ft2 apartment in Bangkok — it was tiny but comfy and had exactly what I needed to make do. Now I live in a 650 ft2 apartment but am slowly building my retirement cottage of 750 ft2 heated living space for me and doggie, with an attached 350 ft2 studio apartment at the back to rent to a grad student to supplement my modest retirement income. As Arkansas is the land of wind storms and tornadoes, my cottage is set firmly on a deep concrete foundation. Both my part of the cottage and the studio apartment will have small private decks for a few plants and a place to enjoy being outside. I feel so grateful and blessed. This is respectfully submitted, Stephan of Arkansas

      • Rosa Espinal
        May 5, 2022, 11:52 am

        Thank you for your service and for our freedom Mr. Stephen of Arkansas.

        Rosa of Winter Park, Fl

        • May 5, 2022, 9:01 pm

          My heartfelt thanks to U, Ms. Rosa of Winter Park, Fla! God bless U, dear Ms. Rosa, and those U love. Looking back, I am glad and proud that I could serve our country in the US Army for three years. Back then, the Vietnamese War was still hot, and American young men of all the states/all races/all socio-economic groups were drafted for two years — 55,000 of whom came home in body-bags. That war was unspeakably terrible for everyone, Americans and Vietnamese alike. No one enjoyed being drafted, but it was part of life back then. I love our USA, and now it makes me truly sad that the people of our country are so politically divided on almost all issues. Please, people, please!!! Can’t we overcome much of our bickering and hatred of “the other side” and work for what is good and healthy for our country’s progress and preservation? These comments are respectfully submitted. Stephan of Arkansas

  • Donna Rae
    April 8, 2022, 4:40 pm

    The decor is so lovely…restful and calming, for sure! It would be that way even if you weren’t in the country. This is a very nice BandB but I generally look at them from the perspective of living in them, not just spending a few days in one, so I would make a few changes. Firstly, and remember, this is just for my personal preferences, I’d eliminate the “TV Lounge.” Pretty much a waste of space since you can just hang a TV by the downstairs couch. I would seriously consider putting a small sectional where they have a couch, make the window at the end (behind the couch) MUCH bigger while eliminating the small window on the left by the couch, creating a better view from the couch and making some wall space for hanging the big TV. Of course, you’d have to actually stand inside the unit to see what furniture would fit properly but the sectional would provide quite a bit of seating…or, in the case of watching TV, someplace to stretch out on! 😉 I suppose the TV Lounge could be converted into more sleeping area but making it storage (always in short supply) could help keep the downstairs clutter-free and maintain that calm feeling. Just some food for thought if you want to build this to live in.

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