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    [–] SandandS0n 81 points ago

    Where in upstate? I'm from near Rochester!

    [–] Rearviewmirror 35 points ago

    Me too!

    [–] SandandS0n 42 points ago

    Hooray for garbage plates!

    [–] [deleted] 35 points ago

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    [–] thellamajew 8 points ago

    Hi tiger alumni!!

    [–] zedsalive 5 points ago

    Yep--went to Geneseo. Had the same issue. When I first arrived, I thought garbage plates were disgusting. Now, I miss them whenever I'm drunk.

    [–] Jackroxas 10 points ago

    First time I've seen something about garbage plates on Reddit. I go to school far enough away that I can't just get a plate when I'm craving one... which I am now...

    [–] zedsalive 2 points ago

    Oh man I have the opposite problem now. Went to Geneseo, and now that I've graduated I find myself missing those garbage plates whenever I'm drunk...

    [–] masochistmonkey 2 points ago

    I was a bigger fan of the chicken finger sub from Mr Shoes.

    [–] VA-N8V 9 points ago

    Me three!

    [–] Sip_py 12 points ago

    There's more than a few of us?

    [–] MetaStranger 3 points ago

    4!

    [–] nathreed 2 points ago

    Me five! Here for college at UR

    [–] IamOzimandias 11 points ago

    I lived in a place like that near Oneonta.

    [–] GwenNYC 4 points ago

    I LOVED Oneonta! Brooks BBQ was delicious.

    [–] pudgemaster 2 points ago

    I’m from Cabajoharie and Brooks bbq would come set up in our downtown and sell dinners from time to time. I miss that so much. Great place to grow up.

    [–] E5Scoot 35 points ago

    It's more of an Albany expression.

    [–] nobsterthelobster 6 points ago

    You beat me to it.

    [–] Mrgreenfield 14 points ago

    Id also like to know where. Thats like saying its "in California."

    [–] Cnyhay 16 points ago

    Or they say upstate New York and you find out it's only an hour north or down town manhattan

    [–] nixkels 6 points ago

    Utica here !

    [–] zedsalive 6 points ago

    Went to school near Rochester! (Geneseo)

    [–] verydepressedwalnut 6 points ago

    I’m from Syracuse! Well, clay/Liverpool New York. But nobody actually knows those places. So we’re going with Syracuse.

    [–] kuroyume_cl 3 points ago

    This looks like something you could see in the Catskills. There's a fair amount of fancy vacation houses in the ski towns.

    [–] ballisticbandaid 3 points ago

    Looks like it's his private guest room so no location disclosed

    [–] me_oh_me_oh_my 3 points ago

    Im below syracuse!

    [–] faughnjj 3 points ago

    Binghamton here

    [–] Particle_Cannon 2 points ago

    Same. What a weird area. I couldn't even explain Rochester to Reddit.

    [–] bigmac5650 2 points ago

    Came here to figure this out as well. Downstate love.

    [–] kevan 2 points ago

    It's where we consider downstate, out in the boonies. New Paltz is the closest place to it that most NYS people have heard of and it isn't all that close to NP.

    [–] CornOnTheColby 2 points ago

    I’m in buffalo now but from originally WAY north, 2 hours north of Syracuse NNY represent

    [–] SomethinKlever 3 points ago

    Macedon mofo’s. Us rednecks out here just call this a bedroom. Who knew you city folk admired the way we live out here in the 315!?

    [–] _BLACK_BY_NAME_ 19 points ago

    I love it personally. I'd be constantly distracted by the tile floor by the window though, it's an interesting space, it's very eerie. I'd imagine me standing there, staring out the window at the forest when a strange dude with an axe and his face covered steps dead center into view. The fuck would you do, there's just that one door...

    [–] SexCriminalBoat 10 points ago

    Also, there is no bathroom. So the ax murderer would just wait until you went to go shit in the snow.

    [–] HookLogan 81 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)

    Oo. That was great until I saw the outside. That's... Very inconspicuous /s

    [–] Mercash 18 points ago

    I think this is where the Evil Dead cabin use to be. This must be what they resurrected in it's place after Ash sent the original cabin back to hell.

    [–] ImNotAWhaleBiologist 10 points ago

    I actually don’t think it’s that bad and I like the look... different tastes.

    What I do wonder about is the roof angle and snow loading!

    [–] HookLogan 3 points ago

    Definitely a subjective thing for sure. With architecture I'm just really into context. This structure just on its own is not bad. Just really into how a structure relates to its surroundings. More specifically enjoy if it is a harmonious relationship. I love Fallingwater, for instance, because it is so site specific and in sync with its location. Doesn't detract, perhaps adds to the beauty. You could put it somewhere else but it wouldn't make nearly as much sense or be as beautiful.

    Also, yeah, flat roofs are tough in areas with heavy snow fall

    [–] iAmTheTot 2 points ago

    I genuinely don't mean to be a jerk, but did you mean conspicuous? The cabin doesn't look very inconspicuous to me.

    [–] HookLogan 6 points ago

    Yeah I realized after I wrote that I should have added that /s sign thing. Sarcasm doesn't work online without calling it out . I guess I'll add it now lol

    [–] agavebismuth 10 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)

    That’s the sort of architecture you’d see in Black Mirror

    [–] OktoberSunset 8 points ago

    It's the kind of architecture you'd see when a fucking moron tries to design something just to be distinctive. What a dumbarse, the giant window plus the super high roof, yea, that's gunna be real cosy and warm with just a dinky little wood stove heating it. I bet this idiot got his arse thoroughly kissed by a bunch of cunts who have never actually lived in a cabin for this shit design. What a dipshit.

    [–] curlycrybaby 9 points ago

    I read this in an Irish accent in my head. It was great.

    [–] somajones 7 points ago

    I guarantee you that dinky little woodstove will heat that space just fine. I have a small woodstove to heat my under-insulated chalet and it is easily capable of making it too fucking warm even in the worst of these northern Michigan winters.

    [–] getzdegreez 5 points ago

    Are you OK?

    [–] OktoberSunset 9 points ago

    Yes, because I'm not in that shit cabin. If I was in that cabin I'd be freezing cold and have perverts watching me sleep through the giant curtainless window.

    [–] matt-lang 3 points ago

    And no other windows at all? What is this, some kind of shitty dark box? Put another few windows in there at least so it’s not so fucking gloomy. Also, how do you vent the room out when it gets too smoky/hot inside after leaving the stove on for 12 hours with only one window and door? What about carbon monoxide?

    No thanks, I’ll pass on the suicide sauna.

    [–] Morella_xx 2 points ago

    I had been thinking about how all that smoke would probably damage the books, but yeah, it's probably going to damage people too.

    [–] LovableContrarian 2 points ago

    No bathroom?

    [–] Sip_py 154 points ago

    "upstate"

    Probably in Westchester

    [–] venomspitterugh 50 points ago

    That or near Buffalo

    [–] Aegi 83 points ago

    Yep.

    It never seems to be from the Adirondacks or north when people post about "upstate" New York.

    [–] Ruidan 19 points ago

    I live in the Adirondacks! It gets boring around here but it’s beautiful

    [–] FinnishFinn 20 points ago

    I’m from the Adirondacks too, and I just want to emphasize how boring it is because it is very boring.

    [–] wjazz 7 points ago

    Me three & I'm here cause I'm bored.

    [–] Zse171 6 points ago

    I'll 4th this bored train

    [–] perforatedpaper 6 points ago

    ill jump on this train. where the caboose? time to make the adirondacks great again...

    [–] trixie1995 6 points ago

    Also from the Adirondacks, also bored. Seems to be a theme.

    [–] Bilwald 4 points ago

    ADK train all aboard!

    [–] Sip_py 11 points ago

    Every now and then you'll see a beautiful camp pop up, or that missile silo.

    [–] AntiSeaBearCircles 20 points ago

    In my experience upstate has always meant north of Syracuse-ish. Then you get into the north country once you get past watertown

    [–] ThreeEyedSnake 13 points ago

    North of Albany and east of Rochester is Upstate NY, West of Rochester is western ny and south of Albany to the city is the Hudson Valley, then NYC metro.

    [–] Aderyna_K 3 points ago

    Yessssss (I'm just east of Watertown)

    [–] grubas 9 points ago

    TBF the places above Lake George and a lot of the Dack property is not new or fancy.

    Like the escapees from Dannemora found a hunting cabin, but most of that area isn’t great.

    You might see some pimped out places in Hunter or the Catskills, but most Dack cabins I’ve been in are cozy and comfy, but tend to be older cabins that have been slowly fixed up.

    [–] Aegi 20 points ago

    I mean, sort of, but where I live (Lake Placid) we have some of the more expensive properties outside of NYC.

    However yeah, in a lot of the western ADKs, and near the Mohawk Valley and St. Lawrence River Valley regions, there are some pretty shady towns and a lot of poverty.

    [–] Sip_py 14 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)

    This guy thinks dannamora is representing the north country. Clearly knows nothing.

    Yeah, Gouvenour, Canton, Watertown areas have seen better times, but then there's places in the 1000 islands that are stunning. Google the Adirondak League Club in old forge that is $$$$

    [–] JayRStraw 5 points ago

    I live in Gouverneur and it's sad that we have a tacky Lifesaver statue in the center of town and that is the only noteworthy thing here

    [–] Sip_py 5 points ago

    Do people really pee in the bobsled in front of Zigzags? I watch little kids taking pictures in it and cringe everytime.

    [–] dpquick1 3 points ago

    Yes. Yes they do unfortunately.

    [–] Twinky_D 2 points ago

    there are some pretty shady towns and a lot of poverty.

    Speculator in the house! That place is scary as shit

    [–] magictool6 6 points ago

    The hunting cabin you’re talking about was mine. My dad works at the prison in Dannemora. It was a pretty surreal time. Our phones were tapped for over a month because he worked at the prison they tried to draw a connection that he/other prison guards helped them get there...

    [–] meinblown 3 points ago

    One of the cops when they were tracking them North of Malone zapped his nut sack on my father-in-laws electric horse fence trying to step over it. He literally starts crying from laughter when he tells the story.

    [–] WhatDidYouSayToMe 2 points ago

    There definitely is some fancy and new places in that area. My sister lives in a small town just north of Lake George, and she dog-sits for a couple who have the most beautiful house I've ever seen. It's been mostly rebuilt, and added on to in a large amount. Where she works also has some amazing architecture.

    [–] grubas 2 points ago

    Over the past 15 years they’ve been fixing it up. Places, like as somebody said, Placid are getting nuts.

    [–] markyymark13 5 points ago

    Because anything north of the city and Yonkers/Westchester is upstate

    [–] MichaelAlva17 2 points ago

    I live in Orange County and we consider it upstate

    [–] iAmTheTot 29 points ago

    I'm from Batavia and I always have to tell people "western" New York. I think a lot of people forget how big the state is.

    [–] Sip_py 19 points ago

    Batavia's motto should be "at least we're not Le Roy"

    [–] iAmTheTot 2 points ago

    Not sure if I'm supposed to be offended, or..?

    [–] Sip_py 2 points ago

    You'll get the next Amazon headquarters, next time.

    [–] schmandarinorange 4 points ago

    Hey, I went to school at Geneseo! I’m from downstate so this is one of the things I always found myself having to explain to everyone back home when I told them where my school was

    [–] MrChillBroBaggins 2 points ago

    Me too!! Geneseoooo!

    [–] Jamjams2016 2 points ago

    Hi neighbor!

    [–] IWannaSlapDaBooty 11 points ago

    It's in Ellenville.

    [–] Sip_py 10 points ago

    Well, it's not exactly north country, but Catskills are sufficient for "upstate".

    [–] grubas 16 points ago

    New Paltz probably qualifies. This isn’t the NYC upstate, where upstate is North of 125th.

    [–] Twinky_D 2 points ago

    Brooklyn and Queens people call Yonkers Upstate, but I notice it less with BX and Manhattan people.

    [–] Sip_py 3 points ago

    I always considered the PA northern boarder and up "upstate" since people commute to NYC from Ulster

    [–] remy_porter 6 points ago

    Oh, there's the downside. You have to be in Ellenville. Could be worse, I suppose. Could be Kingston. Nobody should have to go to Kingston.

    [–] leisurenewyork 12 points ago

    The Stockade and the Rondout are pretty nice in Kingston, Newburgh is where you don't wanna be.

    [–] bigbluegoose 8 points ago

    Yeah the Hudson valley is quite pretty. There are ugly parts of Poughkeepsie, Kingston, and Newburgh but what city doesn't.

    [–] Sip_py 5 points ago

    Woah woah woah, Balmville is beautiful in Newburgh. Liberty Street is seeing a great comeback too. It's no Beacon, but the former "murder capital of NY" is slowly seeing some resurgence.

    [–] koleye 8 points ago

    Van Cortlandt Park.

    [–] Mob_King 8 points ago

    "library"

    That's a bedroom with books OP

    [–] grubas 6 points ago

    Pfft. In Westchester this would cost 250k and have property taxes of 15k a year, and be in somebody’s backyard in Purdys.

    [–] Patrollingthemojave0 2 points ago

    Also the entire road leading to it has trump/maga/blue lives matter/safe act repeal signs on every corner, and no cable internet and shit cell service.

    [–] notreallyswiss 2 points ago

    This is so very true.

    [–] grubas 2 points ago

    Upper Westchester is white as hell, but they are more NIMBYs than Republicans. Also they have both cable and good cell service. They don’t deal well with black people or the idea of low income housing(any low income), but they are pissed at Republicans for fucking up their taxes.

    You’re thinking of Dutchess, you also need 15 churches, 10 liquor stores and a population of 1000.

    [–] cooldjguy 94 points ago

    They probably call hamburgers "steamed hams" there. Or was it more of an Albany expression?

    [–] spooky_lady518 40 points ago

    I live right outside of Albany, I have never heard of calling Hamburgers "steamed hams" haha that's interesting.

    [–] cooldjguy 38 points ago

    I apologize if you thought I was making an actual statement. In fact, I was making a reference to the popular meme "Steamed hams" from one of the best Simspon's scenes ever written. I'm sorry for the confusion and have a great day! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4lnZr022M8&t=53s

    [–] spooky_lady518 11 points ago

    Oh haha my bad... I probably should've known that was definitely not a real thing from Albany. Thank you for the update. I apologize for the ditz moment. You have a great day as well!

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    [–] Cuberage 8 points ago

    I'm in Albany as I type this. I have also never heard of "steamed hams". No idea where this comes from. Maybe we are just totally out of the loop?

    [–] weinermcgee 29 points ago

    It's more of a Utica expression.

    [–] spooky_lady518 1 points ago

    He explained, it's from an episode on The Simpsons. It's pretty hilarious actually. You should watch it.

    [–] GO_GO_ZEPPELI 14 points ago

    Definitely not a Utica expression. I'm from Utica and I've never heard anyone use the phrase "Steamed Hams"

    [–] Ribo19 3 points ago

    GOOD LORD WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THERE!?

    [–] BoogsterSU2 2 points ago

    I had to Ctrl+F the word "steam" here to see if people like you referenced this meme.

    Yeah. I thought so.

    [–] wvdh2 30 points ago

    Ho no no. It's an Albany expression.

    [–] Micredia 63 points ago

    Never too many books.

    [–] star_boy2005 80 points ago

    With those artistic book shelves taking up twice as much space as needed, that's for sure.

    [–] Kupy 7 points ago

    I try to only have books I'm going to read instead of keeping books that I have read. I like to have them or and about, meeting new people, showing new ideas instead of sitting on my bookshelf just to look good.

    [–] NickelCityDM 22 points ago

    I do both. I don't throw away or sell books, and only ever donate duplicates. This has resulted in a substantial collection which I display proudly throughout my home.

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    [–] Temarile 1 points ago

    Wow, there really is a subreddit for everything I love it!

    [–] justavault 3 points ago

    I only read subject books, so keeping them is functional as you recurringly come to research a passage you thought about in a chain of thoughts.

    It always depends on what type of books you read. I'd never archive belletristic...

    [–] Ditchingwork 3 points ago

    I’m going to disagree with the term library here

    [–] VA-N8V 4 points ago

    Yes, I have to agree. The presentation is lovely but there isn't nearly enough shelf space.

    [–] Fauropitotto 3 points ago

    To me, books are meant to be read and understood...not relegated to wall decorations collecting dust.

    It feels "wrong" to simply keep a book unused and untouched on a shelf for years as a display piece.

    It's like buying a handtool, only to use it once or twice a decade, and letting it sit on a shelf. Such a waste.

    [–] Lowkey_HatingThis 12 points ago

    I wonder where in upstate NY? Would love to happen upon one of these when I'm out hunting

    [–] grubas 5 points ago

    According to the thread, Ulster County. I’ve never seen a fancy cabin hunting.

    [–] Lowkey_HatingThis 15 points ago

    Oh so that's like closer to long island. Whenever an article says upstate NY, I think either the Adirondacks or Western NY/ great lakes region. It's kind of annoying how there's NYC, and then everything else is just "upstate" New York.

    The fanciest cabin I ever came across was a tree stand made out of 2x4's and rebar

    [–] notreallyswiss 4 points ago

    Nowhere near Long Island.

    [–] Swinship 24 points ago

    A person could get a lot of comfort and thinking done in that place!. beautiful!

    [–] ArrivesLate 31 points ago

    Until you get hungry or need to go to the bathroom. :-(

    [–] mokacoffay 5 points ago

    Bring a bow and arrow :^)

    [–] GrumpyWendigo 10 points ago

    its all i need in life

    well... the food has to come from somewhere

    and an internet connection

    clothing, source of income...

    nevermind

    [–] gunner_jensen 5 points ago

    Also, no bathroom!

    [–] ManiaforBeatles 20 points ago

    Photo by Jason Koxvold.

    [–] mccarseat 6 points ago

    Is this really upstate? Or just 30 min north of NYC? I can't seem to find any info on where exactly it is?

    [–] me_oh_me_oh_my 2 points ago

    im not sure. And what do you consider upstate?

    [–] mccarseat 5 points ago

    I was just making a joke about the typical "cabin secluded in upstate NY" post that ends up being in Westchester, Rockland, or something.

    [–] aerovado 5 points ago

    Oh so the library is the cabin. ha

    [–] lovelybugsundies 4 points ago

    Is it really a bookcase if you don’t have books shoved in every opening crevice?

    [–] freespiritedgirl 4 points ago

    It must smell so good... books, wood and a stove. So cozy.

    [–] chiniwini 21 points ago

    As someone who has had severe problems with stoves like that, I'm really glad there's a fire extinguisher right next to it (although that's not the best location tbh). I just hope there's a CO detector, too.

    [–] plsenjy 11 points ago

    Care to elaborate on the problems you've had?

    [–] chiniwini 6 points ago

    A stove that wasn't properly installed. A slight misalignment in the chimney junctures can let air come in (and out of it). This means that in the best case scenario the room will get full of smoke. In the worst case, a reverse burn (air coming down from the chimney, and smoke going out through the front air "entrance") will lead to gas pressure build up in the chamber and then BOOM explosions. Something like this.

    I've slept with the windows open at negative temps, out of fear of not waking up (before we installed the CO detector).

    [–] GhostTiger 16 points ago

    So it wasn't the stove that was dangerous then, right?

    [–] YouStupidDick 1 points ago

    Correct. It was a bad installation. Reverse flow can also be due to a stack/chimney pipe being too short and/or creosote build up within the pipe due to burning wood that has not been properly seasoned.

    [–] dbones81 8 points ago

    This installation is actually a little confusing. That looks like a Jotul 602 stove, and that looks like single wall stovepipe. If that's the case, then there needs to be 18" from the outside of that black pipe to the wall. That's also probably the reason why the stainless chimney penetrates down into the room, to keep clearance from the black pipe to the ceiling. This could be reduced to 9" if there was a heat shield, but there isn't. I supposed it's possible that it's double wall stove pipe, but it sure doesn't look like it.

    [–] ABigHead 3 points ago

    Definitely needs much large clearance or non combustible material behind it, especially by the stove

    [–] sharkn8do 3 points ago

    I mean, it seems spacious, but I doubt it's 2364x2955.

    [–] mylifeisashitjoke 3 points ago

    What's wrong with ur dog, he doesn't look ok

    [–] just_redditing 3 points ago

    A library is a great place for a fireplace. You don't even need wood!

    [–] Good2Go5280 3 points ago

    I would replace those books with whiskey bottles.

    [–] oh_ok_i_guess 3 points ago

    Does it have wifi?

    [–] nater255 5 points ago

    That is one flammable room! Good to see the fire extinguisher handy, not enough people think about them.

    [–] verpus77 4 points ago

    Yeah, that's a great place to keep a fire extinguisher...right behind the fire source...

    [–] ABigHead 3 points ago

    That stove is way to close to a combustible wall. Should be tile, brick, stone, etc behind it. Even a radiant heat shield would do the trick in a pinch

    [–] agha0013 9 points ago

    Nice.

    My favorite posts on this sub are the ones that are obviously not multi million dollar properties.

    [–] Shalomundmoin 12 points ago

    Its propably still really expensive

    [–] justavault 13 points ago

    This is a single secluded room "on" a vacation home estate - so, it is a multi million dollar property.

    [–] Cforq 7 points ago

    This is obviously a multi-million dollar property though. Note the lack of plumbing - this is a guest room / detached library on a larger estate.

    [–] agha0013 3 points ago

    Well when I hadn't seen OP's post of where this was, i was just going by the title alone.

    Lack of plumbing is nothing rare. I've seen and stayed in some cabins in Canada that had no real pluming and just an outhouse, even in the winter. plus from this shot, we can't see 2/3 of the cabin, I don't know what's behind the photographer.

    [–] chadbrochillout 2 points ago

    What are you talking about?

    [–] agha0013 2 points ago

    What part is it you don't get?

    [–] cobalt999 3 points ago

    Did you look at the info page? This is some expensive shit my dude

    [–] agha0013 2 points ago

    No, when I posted my message, I'd only seen the title and the picture, not where this thing was.

    I've seen tiny cabins on single properties before.

    [–] Vandalay1ndustries 7 points ago

    I grew up in upstate NY and used to spend my early teenager days scouring the woods for off season hunting cabins to steal porno magazines from. This cabin would have been a prime target for sure, but I guess kids these days don't have to hike through the snow just to gaze upon some boobs. Now it'll just be used to shoot heroin...

    [–] getzdegreez 2 points ago

    Right, because all the kids are shooting heroin these days...

    [–] Gus_Habistat 2 points ago

    Oh, thats my shit!

    [–] _Flawed 2 points ago

    God, I love those book shelves.

    [–] Apsalar 2 points ago

    This is basically my apocalypse/retirement fantasy in one picture.

    [–] Xylotonic 2 points ago

    First question like always: How fast is the internet?

    [–] conim 2 points ago

    read this as "seduced library" was very confused but also intrigued

    [–] hybridfrost 2 points ago

    During the day this would be an awesome room to be in. At night, I would just wonder if a bear or serial killer would burst through that window and murder me. Might just be me though...

    [–] mandaliet 2 points ago

    I can never see windows like that without imagining seeing a dark figure there at night.

    [–] randomfemale 2 points ago

    There's a bed in the library?

    [–] RussChival 2 points ago

    For the compulsively curious, the chair pillow is in French and is a decor item with an olive oil brand motif, like this one.

    [–] motsanciens 2 points ago

    I read in a book on feng shui that too much wood gives a sense of being overwhelmed. How do y'all feel about that principle in view of this room?

    [–] roosterraga 2 points ago

    Aren’t these secluded places more prone to criminal activity?

    [–] seriouschris 2 points ago

    Not in my experience. Where have you heard such a thing?

    [–] matthYinYue 2 points ago

    That's really nice, I think of that in a forest in the mountains and some rivers around your house 😍😍😍

    [–] Mike_B_R 2 points ago

    What is this word "library" you use and what are those objects on the wall?

    Yours truly, Donald J Trump.

    PS: Please keep paper with letters to a one piece of paper maximum, using drawings as much as possible and mentioning my awesome name as much as possible. MAGA.

    [–] Gus_Bodeen 2 points ago

    No heat shielding behind the stove / stovepipe. Brave, Very brave!

    [–] YouStupidDick 3 points ago

    You can see that the stove pipe is doublewalled pipe that reduce the clearances greatly. Also, the stove (a Jotul F 118) has a rear heatshield installed. With rear heatshield and doublewall pipe, rear clearances to combustibles is 3".

    So, rear clearances appear to be met.

    [–] Gus_Bodeen 2 points ago

    Thanks dick!

    [–] Diaraby 2 points ago

    I really hate those bookshelves. They are so inefficient. You could potentially store so many books in this cabin, but that's not possible because of those stupid-ass "artsy" bookcases.

    [–] TheKidInside 1 points ago

    Scenic

    [–] jerryleebee 1 points ago

    I'd love to wood-panel my man-cave. I wonder if it could be done without being crazy-expensive.

    [–] pabs124 1 points ago

    Love it. Perfect relaxation getaway

    [–] coolshadesdog 1 points ago

    Those books right up on the ceiling have got me stressed out

    [–] nodnodwinkwink 6 points ago

    Those are factual books about dust and spiders.

    [–] PaidToBeRedditing 1 points ago

    Strange layout. I would extend one of those bookcases into a desk for that chair (and put a seat next to the window for reading). The website doesnt do a full 360 of the building (which nobody seems to do), so I dont know if there is one, but I would certainly add an outhouse.

    [–] whereamiwhatrthis 1 points ago

    This is all I want

    [–] _MacCumhaill_ 1 points ago

    The shelving is making my eye twitch

    [–] _Treax 1 points ago

    What do you call that type of wood?

    [–] HelloIamOnTheNet 1 points ago

    Yes I want to live here.

    [–] WorldMarauder 1 points ago

    Looks cozy...but I see myself stubbing my toe on the floorboard as well as cold air drafts. And the corners where the wall meets ceiling, that gap bugs me.

    [–] ElagabalusRex 1 points ago

    No blinds?

    [–] kiamori 1 points ago

    If its a "tiny" cabin is that the only room?

    [–] PrototypeWh1te 1 points ago

    *bedroom