Located in Linneus, Maine (population 984), this 200-square-foot cabin is surrounded by old pine, maple and oak trees. Inside, the cabin has a small living room, kitchen sink and a loft bedroom.
Directly in front of the cabin is a watering hole accessible by a cedar deck. In the late summer and early fall, hundreds of school of fish are visible from the deck.
Overlooking the front property, the loft bedroom features a double bed and floor pillows for extra lounge space. Two big windows guarantee plenty of morning sunlight.
The exterior and interiors are clad in new cedar. There’s a small sink, a couple cupboards for storing dry food items, and a foldout kitchen table made for two. Despite the small size, the cabin’s living room comfortably fits a three-seater couch and side tables.
The custom-built outhouse contains a toilet and an outdoor shower built into the side. Although located a stone’s throw away from the main cabin, that 5-second stroll will feel tortuous in the winter.
The property is accessible by car, ATV or boat. A 1,100-acre sporting lake is located upstream and there is a boat landing just around the corner from the property.