Hudson Woods

Located about 100 miles north of New York City, the Hudson Woods development offers city dwellers the chance to own a weekend home or end-of-the-world hideout within a short drive from their jobs and expensive apartments. This 130-acre site will eventually be home to 26 glass-and-timber, cabin-like dwellings. Designed by an architect and meticulously put together, your biggest choice when buying one is whether you want the natural cedar exterior or the handsome blackened cedar. Even the furniture has been chosen for you from local makers. Lot choices go up to 12 acres in size, and a slew of upgrades are available — everything from a blackened steel-and-walnut kitchen island to a fruit tree grove. There's even a well-designed, $40,000 treehouse option for the kids.

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  • Cocoon Cabin

    480 square feet may not sound like much, but with smart storage options and floor-to-ceiling windows, the Cocoon Cabin feels larger than it is. The standard floor plan has a combined living, dining, and kitchen area, a single bedroom that doubles as an office, a tile-walled bathroom, and clean lines throughout. It uses a mix of bamboo, wood, matte laquer, and bronze finishes, and while the small footprint is eco-friendly on its own, the home is designed to accept features like solar panels and roof gardens to further lessen your environmental impact. Can be up and ready for use in under a week upon delivery.

  • Weehouse

    Compact, modern, and eco-friendly, the Weehouse is a turnkey sustainable living solution. Each house is factory-built and delivered on a truck mostly complete, and offers passive solar heating, solar energy, and rain water collection. Despite the simple shape, there are a number of different options to suit your specific needs, including multiple possibilities for siding, flooring, countertops, cabinets, appliances, and bathroom finishes. All you need is furniture.

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