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Walker Pond Tiny Tree Cabin in Vermont


This is the Walker Pond Tiny Tree Cabin in Coventry, Vermont.

It’s a magical little cabin that you can book for vacation via Andrew & Marilou on Airbnb.

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Tiny Tree Cabin on Walker Pond in Vermont

The cabin looks so cozy covered in snow…

On a warmer day, just as nice.

Hot tub with a view.

The cabin is right on the water.

The best part is how this tree cabin connects you with nature.

Everything has that natural-built look and feel.

And when you step inside, that theme continues.

The bedroom is super-spacious.

This is such an awesome cabin, isn’t it?

Look how awesome the vanity is in the bathroom.

Storage shelving.

Push-button flush.

The kitchen is pretty luxurious.

It has an oversized sink, full-size refrigerator with french doors,…

A tree inside your cabin!

Hanging pots and pans, super-nice french doors with relaxing views of nature.

The staircase to the bedroom is one of a kind.

It’s a piece of art as well as your staircase to the bedroom.

Up here, it’s very spacious.

Vaulted ceilings, wall-mount LCD television, ceiling fan,…

How do you beat this location and view?

Nicely placed balcony.

This is such an amazing place to stay.

What do you think of this tree cabin in Vermont?

Pretty awesome, isn’t it?

The treehouse is at the very edge of Walker Pond. You are welcome to enjoy our 40 acres of forest/wetland, go canoeing in our canoe, soak in the custom made cedar hot tub, or just enjoy having a private holiday.

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  • Sue Roberson
    January 2, 2020, 3:32 pm

    Wow! It’s so neat….

  • nora
    January 2, 2020, 6:54 pm

    very well planned
    neat, clean & organized
    like the natural wood elements
    looks cozy!

  • e.a.f.
    January 3, 2020, 2:01 am

    the home is gorgeous! Great place for a vacation. the house would also be wonderful in the parts of North America. Would work very well in the Gulf Islands in British Columbia. Bathroom sink is amazing.

  • Theresa Perdue
    January 3, 2020, 10:54 am

    I wouldn’t want to vacation there. It would be too hard to leave.

    • Stephan of Arkansas
      April 3, 2020, 3:25 pm

      Yes ma’am, Theresa! U took the words right out of my mouth. The charming place would be way too hard to leave. All good things to U and yours.

  • Melissa Robinson
    January 4, 2020, 4:01 am

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this “tree” tiny house!! I’d move in tomorrow if I could!!

  • Cheryl
    January 10, 2020, 9:19 am

    One of my very favorites! What a labor of love! All the beautiful details! Would like more info on their building process, if they wanted to share that in another segment.

  • Diane Hinkle
    March 19, 2020, 8:11 pm

    I find this one amazing. All the wooden details showed a love of nature and a beautiful skill in incorporating it all over the house. The only thing I found wrong? It’s not mine! I really love everything about this one! Any way to get it to TN?

  • CJ Burlingame
    April 6, 2020, 4:02 am

    Great location, great design but that massive refrigerator/freezer is so out of place.

  • Vicki Therriault
    April 8, 2020, 7:18 pm

    Could you give me a ballpark price from start to finish? And if insulated and had septic and well could one live in it year round? Thank you it is a dream of mine to live tiny and this is perfect for me. Thank you, Vicki Therriault

    • Natalie C. McKee
      April 9, 2020, 1:55 pm

      Hi Vicki — you’d have to go through Airbnb and try and contact the owners. I’m afraid I don’t know myself.

  • Michael L
    April 15, 2020, 2:04 am

    WOW! This is what my dream home looks like! It looks like something Pete Nelson from Treehouse Masters might build.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      April 16, 2020, 1:26 pm

      So glad you enjoyed it!

  • Emma Nicely
    December 22, 2020, 8:30 pm

    This is really a beautiful cozy little cabin.How many does it sleep.And what’s the cost to rent with Air BNB..I would love to see this one in the snowy months.

  • Dee
    December 31, 2020, 7:29 am

    It is quite the looker but I would only rent this place, never build it myself or have to clean it. I see so many maintenance problems and things that just won’t hold up over time. I would hate to try to keep the “trees” inside with the flaky bark clean, dust and cobweb free. It’s just a cleaning nightmare. Much better to rent it for the week.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      December 31, 2020, 1:40 pm

      That is certainly a good point!

    • James D.
      January 1, 2021, 12:22 am

      The “trees” on the interior aren’t part of the tree, like the vanity in the bathroom, it’s more art. Probably sealed/coated so just has to be dusted every now and then… But this is in the middle of the woods and anything built like a cabin would require a certain amount of regular maintenance.

      • Dee
        January 2, 2021, 6:30 am

        I’m just looking at the nooks and crannies of the bark, all those surfaces, even if sealed, are a nightmare to keep clean and dust-free. I know about this. We built our log home ourselves and I can see the difference between smooth, sanded wood surfaces and those that are just sealed or rough, flaky. Even the curves of logs or v-grooves make cleaning harder over time. And all those spaces outside where water can creep between. Unless they are all cedar which might give them a little more time. It’s just not going to last very long, even with maintenance.

        • James D.
          January 2, 2021, 7:38 am

          Well, there are different ways to seal up wood and even preserve bark besides simple sealers. Some of them are effective enough to prevent any deterioration for more than several years and like wood counter tops can be re-applied for continued life.

          There’s also other woods besides cedar that is rot resistant, some much more resilient… and like decks, etc. ways to treat them to make them last even longer… Some of these tree house getaways have been around for decades, for example. While other examples are things like the Coney Island boardwalk that despite millions of people of traffic and being along the beaches, lasted nearly a century before they had to replace the boards…

          There’s just ineffective treatments too and some woods can be more prone to degrading than others.

          That said, you are correct that cleaning what is essentially a cabin in the woods can be difficult, but there are specialty equipment you can get to make it easier and rental properties usually mean you can budget it to hire a service to do it for you…

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