Our tour today will have you dreaming of days gone by when times were simple.
The late sellers called this rustic antique log cabin home for over 50 years. The cabin was built in 1820 and is nestled in the hills of Virginia on over 38 acres.
Located at the end of a private drive just off a quiet country road,
this sweet cabin offers privacy and plenty of room to roam.
Come sit a spell and enjoy the cool morning and late evening breeze as you rock your cares away on the covered front porch. You'll also enjoy the soothing sounds of the small mountain creek that meanders through the front yard.
This is such a sweet little cabin. There is one bedroom, one full bath in just over 1400 square feet.
Just inside the front door is the living room which opens to the large kitchen and a full bath just off to the side.
The large rustic logs add such warmth and charm to the living room and I adore the front window!
Enjoy the gorgeous views from as you snuggle up to a warm cozy fire in the wood burning fireplace filled with very large logs.
There is a large eat-in kitchen with a wood burning stove. Unlike many log cabins this home has a lot of natural light due to the number of large windows and the glass double door exit to the backyard.
On the way upstairs there are built-in bookshelves and a quaint door leading to the stairwell.
The upper level is where you'll find the sleeping quarters. The space is large, with two beds, a closet and several windows letting in more natural sunlight.
The grounds are beautiful.
With 38 acres you can raise livestock, horses and grow most anything your heart desires.
Have a lot of family? There's plenty of room for them to build here too!
There are a number of outbuildings which add character and plenty of storage.
There is also a spring house with an upper level that can be used as additional sleeping quarters.
What a view!
This historic rustic mountain cabin farm has it all;
charm, character, peace and quiet with plenty of room to roam!
Located at 792 Nightingale Lane, Troutdale, VA, this one bedroom, one bath, 1411 square feet cabin is on the market for $225,000.
What do you think...would you like to live here or own as a vacation retreat?