Though the exterior of this cabin was covered years ago with siding, there is a slight slant that can only come from a more than 100 year old cabin. The owners have exposed the character and beauty of some of the interior log walls, added live edge walnut shelves in one bedroom, a barn siding light fixture in the kitchen, and vintage roofing metal on the living room shelf to make this a unique and cozy space.

The first floor has a spacious living room, a small bedroom, galley-type kitchen, and a full bathroom with laundry. The kitchen has basics such as pots, pans, dishes, wine opener, coffee maker, coffee, tea, sugar, and a few small snacks. In addition, there is a filtered water spigot at the kitchen sink. The full bath has plenty of towels, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and a first-aid kit. Living room has a 42″ wall-mounted television with Roku that’s set to Guest Mode so you can use your own streaming subscriptions for viewing. There is wi-fi available, but no cable. Upstairs you will find a large loft-style bedroom with queen bed and a futon that converts to a full size bed, a very large closet, ceiling fan, and a half bath.

The cabin is decorated with a mix of antique, vintage, new, and used furniture and art throughout, which makes this space comfortable, warm, and inviting. The large deck on the rear of the home has a gas grill and plenty of seating for dining al fresco or enjoying your morning tea while listening to the birds sing. Because of the way the original structure was built the deck is more than a full story off the ground and not suitable for small children. There is a dedicated driveway on the right side of the building as you face it.

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