Tiny Home Tour: Stone-and-Log Cabin in Carmel, N.Y.

Nature awaits outside this charming stone cottage within easy driving distance of New York City.

Photo By: Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate, a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World

Photo By: Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate, a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World

Photo By: Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate, a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World

Photo By: Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate, a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World

Photo By: Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate, a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World

Photo By: Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate, a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World

Photo By: Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate, a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World

Photo By: Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate, a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World

Stone-and-Log Cottage

An easy commute to New York City, this enchanting, 899-square-foot stone cottage makes a great weekend escape or full-time residence. The one-bedroom, one-bath home sits on six private acres.

Living Area

In the living room, an antique wood-burning stove provides additional warmth on cold nights.

Living Room

A slightly vaulted ceiling visually expands the compact living room. Exposed beams and wide-plank wood floors lend rustic charm.

Dining Area

The kitchen opens to the dining room, making it easy to cook and entertain simultaneously. Wide-board wood floors flow seamlessly throughout the open-concept living area helping to tie the rooms together.

Bedroom

A stone wall in the master bedroom acts as a focal point for the small space. The rustic room leads to the living area and features access to the back deck.

Kitchen

Despite its compact size, the kitchen offers enough storage for all the necessities as well as modern appliances. Simple wood cabinets and exposed beams lend down-home appeal, and stackable washer and dryer units make efficient use of space.

Patio

Surrounded by trees and natural foliage, the stone patio offers a shaded spot for outdoor dining or relaxing with a book.

Backyard

Gravel walkways lead to a separate studio equipped with heat and electricity. The forest-lined yard frames gathering spaces for enjoying the bucolic surroundings.

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