November 30, 2009


The seller has accepted our offer. Next is to get a home inspector there and an engineer. Keep your fingers crossed!
One end of the upstairs loft. The other end opens out to the large room with the fireplace.
The kitchen. We will lose the dishwasher for sure. As is typical of log cabins, there is plenty of open shelving, but check out those raw wood cabinets.
Looking across from one end to the other. The front door is open leading out to the screened in porch. The man crouched in the center is feeding a log into the big wood burning stove that heats the place. There are other forms of heat, but the owner only burns wood. For some reason he has this beautiful window covered with cloth. And he has a lot of crap laying around.
An ample shed that he advertised as a "studio."
The front porch and deck. The porch is solid but needs some sprucing up. It looks out at a pine grove and up at Overlook Mountain.
The fireplace and back door. The chimney is hand made of blue stone from the property as is the fireplace inside.
It's late Fall so the leaves have already fallen. This is the end of the private road leading to the cabin (upper left of image).