Looking for a rustic retreat in the heart of Vermont’s beautiful countryside? Look no further than this craftsman-created post and beam cabin, nestled in the tranquil woods of Butternut Mountain.
Situated at 1,900 feet elevation on 9.9 acres, this charming cabin offers breathtaking views of the surrounding hills and valleys. From the deck, you can watch the Stowe Mount Mansfield Gondola cars glide into their hut, or simply gaze out at the twinkling evening lights below.
Inside, the cabin is fully insulated and features a Hearthstone wood stove, perfect for warming up on chilly winter evenings. The kitchen is equipped with propane lights, cookstove, and fridge, and a small solar panel and deep cycle battery allow for charging electronics.
Outside, the property offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventure, from hiking and biking to snowmobiling and snowshoeing. Vermont’s Long Trail State forest is just a short distance away, and a seasonal spring on site provides a source of fresh water.
Built in 2006 by the owner and crew, this primitive cabin is a true labor of love, with each board and peg hauled up the mountain by hand. And with its peaceful location and stunning natural surroundings, it’s the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and reconnect with nature.
So if you’re looking for a little slice of Vermont paradise, look no further than this charming post and beam cabin. With its rustic charm, breathtaking views, and endless outdoor opportunities, it’s the perfect place to call home.
936 Codding Hollow Road, Johnson, VT 05656