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Tiny Vermont Cabin is Small on Space, Big on Design

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The boom in luxury micro homes has been well documented here at Curbed Ski, but that doesn't mean you can't color us impressed by this micro stunner deep in the woods outside of Lincoln, VT. Near the northern tip of Vermont's Green Mountain National Forest and only accessible by a privatepedestrian bridge over the New Haven River, this energy efficient mini cabin uses all green materials. Think natural pine, reclaimed wood floors, and locally-sourced antique furniture and bathroom fixtures. The 600-square-foot cabin doesn't feel tiny thanks to high-lofted ceilings, light pine walls, and natural light galore. We especially like the twisting spiral staircase and cozy wood burning stove. A short 30 minute drive to Sugarbush Resort, we think this micro home is just remote enough to be perfect.

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- By Tara Tubb