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It took five years and 200 volunteers, but this incredible, enchanting cordwood yurt is complete! The off-grid structure was built primarily from materials gathered on their 225-acre organic farm, and the results are fantastic. If you’re not familiar with cordwood construction, it’s the process of using short logs and mortar/cob to build a structure.

The natural materials make this such a cozy spot. Inside the home, you’ll find a queen bed, a kitchenette, a live-edge bench, a dining table, and a propane fireplace all circling a central vertical log with tons of character. It’s the perfect woodland hideaway!

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This Natural Home Was Built by 200 Volunteers!

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 1

Images via Airbnb/Jason

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