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Semi-Off-Grid Cabin in Massachusetts with Board & Batten Siding


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Tucked away in western Massachusetts is this lovely little board & batten cabin where you can enjoy nature, mountain views, and the wonders of being unplugged from the outside world! There’s no wifi, limited electricity, and no running water, but you’ll be cozy and warm with a wood stove, propane stove, and loft bedroom.

The property also has an outdoor kitchen, a picnic area, and an outhouse. You’ll feel at peace in the forest. Enjoy the photo tour below.

  • A tranquil semi-off-grid cabin in Massachusetts.
  • Surrounded by forests and mountain views.
  • Rustic charm with woodstove warmth and outdoor living amenities.

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Modern-Day Cabin Living: Semi-Off-Grid Retreat in Picturesque Massachusetts

Semi Off-Grid Cabin Camp Retreat in Massachusetts

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The cozy log cabin gets heat from the wood stove.

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There’s a cozy couch where you can hang out.

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This half picnic table provides a spot to eat.

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Look at the lovely glow through the window.

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The cozy bedroom loft.

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There’s a separate camp kitchen area.

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You can enjoy this spot in the warmer months.

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There’s no running water but a gravity-fed system.

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I love all the older paned windows.

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Close up of the sink situation.

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Tons of awesome cast iron pans. Love it!

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The outhouse on stilts.

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An old-fashioned outhouse situation.

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There are lovely garden beds in the summer.

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You can also eat outdoors at the picnic table.

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You’ll be surrounded by forest.

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Description:

This camp is not for everyone. There is limited electricity, no running water, no hot shower, no wifi. There is cell service however. The driveway is not suited to low to the ground cars. There are wild animals and bugs! The cabin is enclosed but bugs do get in. Be aware of ticks if you’re going off path. Thankfully Mosquitos are not an issue due to the exposure of the hill.

This camp is completely private. You have an outdoor kitchen, composting outhouse, cabin, fire pit, 2 burner gas camp stove, grill and wood stove. We are just a 5 minute walk from you and available to help or answer questions. The kitchen is equipped with cast iron frying pans, cups and utensils. We will provide enough water for light dishes and drinking.
The Cabin has a queen bed, a couch and two cots that can be set up to fit more. There is also an outdoor platform to set up a tent. We provide all bedding, with lots of warm blankets, towels for the stream, candles and fire wood.

Highlights

  • Cozy cabin in the woods of Massachusetts.
  • Stay warm with a woodstove and enjoy loft sleeping.
  • Cook outdoors, dine by the fire, and explore the area.
  • Composting toilet and natural water system.
  • Queen bed, couch, and cots for extra guests.
  • Surround yourself with forest beauty.
  • Reserve your spot on Airbnb for an off-grid experience.

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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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