This Heritage authentic log cabin was build in 2005. Our family bought it in April of 2018. After a 2 month remodel we welcomed our first guest in the middle of June. It is a gorgeous log home with no sheet rock or paint and a grand view of the mountains. On the inside, there is beautiful woodwork highlighted by the vaulted ceilings. From the loft, there is a lovely view of the mountains and the attractive surroundings invite you to sit and enjoy it.
The master bedroom boasts of a large walk-in closet, bathroom with a jacuzzi tub combined with a private den, large screen TV king size bed, refrigerator and coffee service in the room. The other two bed rooms are on the first floor. One large bed room has a queen sized bed a large closet and a comfortable sitting area. The other first floor room has a twin over a full bunk bed with a twin trundle underneath. It is decorated with children in mind.
The main floor has an open floor plan with a large den, kitchen, bar, and dining area, and is wheelchair accessible. All but one door is 36 in wide, the bathroom is large as are the bedrooms. The den has two queen sofa beds as does the master suite. The home is 1700 sq ft and has two baths. While it can sleep 15, it is ideal for around 8. The full-service laundry room is a definite plus. The attention to details makes you feel that someone loves this cabin and that it is home away from home.
The house sits on a 2.5-acre meadow with views of the mountains on both sides and plenty of room for activities and play.
The porch wraps all the way around the house has a Hot Tub, fire pit, grill, picnic table and plenty of rockers to sit and relax. While it is nestled at the foot of the Great Smoky National Park and away from traffic and crowds, one can go whitewater rafting, hike to the falls, take a mountain picnic withing just 10 miles or visit Gatlinburg just 22 miles away. Come home to a modern, rustic cabin with a typical country-style decor.
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