The cabin is a 700 square foot dwelling with two bedrooms, a bathroom with shower and hot water, solar-powered electricity, a propane-powered stove and refrigerator in the kitchen, and a wonderful Danish wood-burning stove for heat and fire watching. It is sided, paneled and floored with white pine, an abundant local product. The design takes the form of two intersecting squares, each with flat roofs of different heights. The roofs have very wide eaves that shelter a boardwalk and deck the wraps around every side of the structure. The cabin is roughly at the center of the main property, at the edge of a wood that borders a field connecting the two main ponds. The cabin has a good measure of separation from activity at the farmhouse and barn, and from traffic between them and other common destinations. The cabin can be rented for stays of any length.