Who says you’re limited to a walkup, loft, or big-box apartment building when it comes to your housing options in Manhattan? Consider a cabin or cottage, examples of which can be found in various neighborhoods.
This little brick number is in the West Village—worth about a million times more than the Unibomber’s Montana cabin.
High in the sky on Third Avenue is this chalet-like structure, with a lovely chimney:
An East Village abode that may be more hut than cabin. But look at that cute pseudo-thatched roof!