August 08, 2023

Catskills A-Frame Cabin (250 Sq Ft)

Jeffersonville, NY // 250 Sq Ft //$295/night // Rent on Airbnb

Take a look at the Tiny Black A-frame, a custom-built mini cabin nestled in the pristine Catskills forest in Jeffersonville, New York. With amazing views of natural splendor and wooded foothills through the full glass front wall, this semi-off-grid cabin is the perfect retreat for those seeking peace, quiet, and natural beauty.

Measuring just 250 square feet, this cabin is a one-of-a-kind experience that blends rustic charm with modern amenities. Built in 2021, it features a loft with ladder access that serves as the bedroom, offering a natural vista and cozy sleeping quarters. The living area boasts a wood fireplace and a custom oversized daybed for lounging while watching the sunset over the lake.

The stylish kitchen and bathroom are fully functional and contain all the essentials. The bathroom has a walk-in shower, slate stone flooring throughout, and an Incinolet incinerating toilet. The kitchen features a wooden countertop and fold-away dining nook and is equipped with all the essentials, including a charcoal grill on the spacious front deck.

The Tiny Black A-frame is just a 15-minute drive from Livingston Manor, the birthplace of fly-fishing in the United States, and is just under two hours' drive from the George Washington Bridge. Take a scenic drive through the Catskills, hike in nearby parks, fish in the Beaver Kill and Willowmaoc Creek, or visit charming towns like Livingston Manor and Roscoe, where you'll find local restaurants, breweries, museums, live music, and cute shops.

Experience the peace and tranquility of nature at the Tiny Black A-frame, where you can roast marshmallows over a campfire, listen to birds and rustling leaves, and enjoy the sparkling string lights that surround the outdoor dining area overlooking the lake waters just feet away. With its secluded location, sustainable design, and stunning views, this mini cabin is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

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