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The Pines Cabin By Mt. Snow


Not all vacation properties would make good full-time homes, but this Scandinavian-inspired cabin in Vermont has an awesome layout that could work as a small family dwelling. There’s a loft bedroom, along with a first-floor bedroom that sleeps up to three on bunks and a trundle.

The main living area is open concept, with a full kitchen along the back wall and a living room with a woodburning stove. There’s a small porch overlooking the woods, and a 3/4 bathroom indoors. My favorite feature is the mudroom! That’s what makes it family-friendly, for sure.

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Scandinavian-Inspired Cabin in Vermont Woods

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Here’s the driveway up to the cabin.

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The couch looks out through the slider onto the forest.

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The table flips open when it’s time to eat.

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A sitting chair in the corner has a large reading light.

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Another view of the space in dinner mode.

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The wood stove provides warmth and ambiance.

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A mini-split helps with cooling (or if you aren’t comfortable starting a fire).

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The ladder takes you up to the main bedroom.

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This mudroom looks fantastic!

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There are hooks and benches for coats and shoes.

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Looking down from the loft.

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I love the geometric backsplash in the kitchen.

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You have a stove and an apartment-sized refrigerator.

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It’s nice to have so much headroom in the main bedroom.

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Here are the first floor bunks with a trundle.

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The bathroom is compact, but has everything you need.

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The walk-in shower includes a tiled backsplash.

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The porch overlooks the woods.

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What a lovely spot to relax!

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Here’s the nearby stream.

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Details:

Come enjoy the beauty of Vermont from this Scandinavian-inspired newly built cabin! Only 15 minutes from Mount Snow, 5 minutes from downtown Wilmington, and a short drive to lakes and hiking trails, this is the ideal location for any adventure. Afterwards, come home to the cabin set in a stunning pine forest and enjoy the peaceful sound of the babbling stream on the property, and cozy up to the wood burning fireplace. Lastly, the kitchen is equipped with everything you need to make a meal.

The loft has a queen size bed for 2, and the downstairs bedroom can comfortably sleep 3 with a bunk bed + trundle.

** AWD or 4 Wheel Drive vehicles highly recommended during the winter months **

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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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