Log cabins in Asheville — finding them in town is a challenge, but tucked privately amongst tall trees, you’ll find Laurel Cabin.
Being at home at Laurel Cabin feels more like getting away.
A rocking chair porch looks out on 1.5 acres of easy-care grounds.
Inside there’s a large wood-burning fireplace to capture gazing, and rain on the red metal roof will lull you to sleep.
Some of the other features include 2 roomy bedrooms, 2 pretty baths, gleaming pine floors, an updated galley kitchen with pantry, a large covered deck, and an impressive outdoor barbecue. The septic system is approved for the addition of another bedroom. There’s a separate 1-car garage with full loft storage.
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There is a feeling you get when inside a log cabin, a feeling that is hard to describe. When you’ve owned a log cabin, you recognize that feeling. There’s a certain security, warmth, perhaps … even, permanence.
Naturally, log homes dating back to some of the oldest homes in the Asheville area. Some of the older farmhouses built in and around Asheville may appear to have been constructed of German or wood board siding originally, but very often underneath, log timbers will be discovered. This fact is well documented in “Cabins and Castles, The History and Architecture of Buncombe County”.
These days, log cabins in Asheville are one of the most popular type homes in Western North Carolina. It seems that everyone is searching for their own “little log cabin in the woods”.
At Special “Finds…”, we love log cabins and sell probably more log cabins than any other type of home. In fact, when they become available, they sell very quickly! We make a point of knowing every log cabin available as well as those that may not be publicly marketed but are for sale.
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75 Sugar Hill Dr. Weaverville NC
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