Sitting on 10 private acres this post and beam home was built entirely by the hands of its original owner, Peter Canning. Peter is a craftsman, noted for his post and beam construction and fine furniture making. The main part of this perfect Vermont hideaway cabin was constructed from wood salvaged from an old barn, adding character to the home. The doors and most of the windows were hand-crafted on site. The hand-built transom lights over the two main doors are made with antique glass. Note the moon inlay on the bathroom door, made from ebony forged from a violin makers workshop. The handcrafted kitchen was thoughtfully built with pine and birch heartwood. Wide pine flooring throughout, with handmade nails gracing the second floor. Every detail was thought of in this perfectly sized home. You'll find charm and function from the second you enter. Enjoy summer evenings on the deck. In the Ten Bends community, you will find not only privacy but, access to fishing, mountain biking, hiking, and skiing. This is truly a one of a kind Vermont home.