The striking profile of an A frame has always had a broad appeal. There is simplicity of shape that speaks to us. Maybe it is the angle of the roofline seemingly pointing upwards at the sky, to the unknown. Maybe it is how the interior feels both expansive and compact at the same time, that it complements our human, vertical proportions. Whatever the reason, this ~400 sq ft home is a beautiful, newly built example.A visitor can’t help but to feel a tingle of excitement approaching the house up the driveway. The house is tucked well into the 5.57 acre lot and there is a sense of privacy here – no other homes are in view. The unpaved public road is infrequently traveled. Entering the home up the sitting deck, one enters directly into the bedroom. This makes sense – the bedroom faces the front so one wakes up seeing and hearing the gently blowing leaves. Currently there is a full-size bed in place, but a queen bed can fit. The mini-split head will do its job year-round. A sliding door leads to the living and kitchen area. The kitchen has lots of workspace, a two-burner cooktop and a mini-fridge. The living area has a huge wall of glass comprised of sliding glass doors and full-sized picture window. Lovely late afternoon light fills the space. The bathroom has a tiled walk-in shower and stone pebble tiling over radiant floor heating. It is all surprisingly effective usage of space. Efficient mini-split system will keep the home cozy in the winter, cool and dry in the summer. Abrahamsville is a bucolic corner of Damascus just 6 miles from Callicoon, NY, where there are groceries, a Sunday farmer’s market, a cinema, an excellent wine shop and bar, a wonderful distillery and much more. Go directly to Good Find Farm on Saturday to stock up on organic vegetables. The post office is Damascus township, but the home is actually located in Manchester township, where there are no short term rental regulations.