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This Vermont cabin sits at the foothills of Mt. Ascutney, and offers a modern take on cozy with sleek lines, luxury finishes, and vaulted ceilings. The exterior of the home has two covered porches with idyllic views, and a fire pit where you can enjoy coffee or s’more.

Inside, this cabin is great for a family. The first-floor bedroom sleeps 4 in bunk beds, and the upstairs has a queen-sized bed for the parents. The main room has vaulted ceilings, a Jotul stove, and a full kitchen.

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Wrap Around Porch, Bunk Room, and Large Suite!

Mt Ascutney Main Cabin

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This is to announce Derek “DEEK” Diedricksen’s Tiny House Summer Camp #11, held in the Barton/Orleans, Vermont, area from September 13 to 15, 2024.

There may be a few spots left; if you’re interested, learn more below! This is a hands-on event, meaning you’ll build in a group setting while learning techniques from Deek and his brother, Dustin.

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Deek’s 2024 Tiny House Summer Camp #11

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The owners of Bliss Ridge Farm had an incredible treehouse professionally designed by B’fer Roth, DIY network host The Treehouse Guys, and it takes inspiration from Dr. Seuss! The wonky interior feels natural and playful and provides sleeping for up to 6 people between the two lofts and a queen-sized bed on the first floor.

I’m unsure if the best part of the treehouse is the suspension bridge that takes you up to the house or the stunning view of pasture and trees from the home’s second floor. What do you think?

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Dr. Seuss-Inspired Treehouse w/ Suspension Bridge

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Escape to Guilford, Vermont, where you’ll find the perfect setting for a romantic couple’s retreat in the woods. Nestled in a wooded cove outside Brattleboro, this rustic cabin offers a serene hideaway with wide pine floors, post and beam construction, and a spacious deck overlooking a babbling brook.

Inside the cabin, there’s an open first floor with a kitchen, living room, and small breakfast nook. A sturdy ladder leads to the standing-height loft bedroom with a king-sized bed. What do you like most about this space?

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Romantic Retreat by a Stream

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This is Ethan Waldman’s tiny house in Shelburne, Vermont which is now on Airbnb. He is the author of Tiny House Decisions, a guide that helps people plan out their tiny homes.

You can actually book a stay and try out tiny living in Ethan’s iconic, self-built tiny home. Also, if you are interested in starting your own tiny house Airbnb, Ethan shares lots of valuable knowledge about doing that in his podcast episode #222. What do you think?

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Ethan’s Tiny House is now on Airbnb

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This is The Kingdom A-frame cabin in Burke, Vermont.

It was built in 1968, features a full kitchen, 3-rooms, and 1.5 baths. The getaway cabin is near Kingdom Trails, Lake Willoughby, and Burke Mountain. What do you think?

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Kingdom A-frame Cabin in Burke

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This is a whimsical tree cottage at Bliss Ridge Farm in Moretown, Vermont.

Dr. Seuss-inspired, luxury treehouse perched at the top of an 88-acre, organic hill farm, further surrounded by 1000s of acres of wilderness. Designed by B’fer Roth, DIY network TV show host of The Treehouse Guys, this is an authentic treehouse built within and around living trees.

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Dr. Seuss-inspired Treehouse in Vermont

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On a six-acre homestead in Vermont, nestled in the trees, sits this amazing luxury yurt — equipped for all four seasons! Just outside the yurt is a large curved deck where you’ll find an outdoor shower and the outhouse, along with two lawn chairs where you can sit and sip coffee while enjoying nature.

Inside the yurt is a double bed, seating, and a kitchenette where you can easily cook full meals. There’s a wood-burning stove you can use in the cool months to keep the yurt warm and toasty. This is a perfect romantic getaway!

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Four-Season Yurt with Wood-Burning Stove

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Would you like an authentic off-grid experience? This secluded log cabin in Vermont is a fantastic little spot on nearly 20 beautiful acres.

You won’t have wifi or electricity, but there’s seasonal solar-powered water in the sink & outdoor shower and a wood stove to warm you up! These accommodations are basic but just what you might need to escape the rat race and return to nature for a few days.

It’s close to hiking trails, rock climbing, swimming holes, kayaking, fishing, golfing, mountain biking, skiing and snowboarding! So you’ll find ways to fill your time even if you can’t log into Netflix.

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Vacation in this Secluded, Off-Grid Log Cabin in Vermont!

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