Here’s the latest property that requires sharing:
It’s been on the market for a while now, and I keep coming back to it to admire. My first inclination was that it is too large for a cabin, and while a part of me still feels that way, another part tugs at my mind imagining a cabin camp full of my favorite people–close family and friends–spending long, relaxing days outside and late nights full of bonfires, laughter and stories.
Located in the Bluegrass Valley of Highland County, VA, this cabinhome is made from two old log cabins, one dating from 1750, the other from the early 1800s, and has four bedrooms, two sitting rooms, a large dining and kitchen as well as a barn with electricity and 1500 square feet of porch (!) on 75 acres of farmland that includes pear and apple trees, sugar maples, and a natural spring, this partially furnished fantasy can be yours for $665,000, maybe less considering the property has been listed for some time.
If you do make it your someplace cozy, I’d love to stop by and sit for a spell.