Amazing Log Cabin in Smoky Mountains of North Carolina

This would be a great place to go on vacation. On the back of the land, there is a stream! In 1950, this log house was built. It is in North Carolina, on 42 acres, in the town of Robbinsville. The house has wooden floors, tongue-and-groove walls, and wood ceilings. The front porch is covered. The house is at the end of a street that goes nowhere. The roof of the cabin is made of metal. 952 square feet, two bedrooms, and one bathroom. $149,900

From the Zillow listing:

This classic log and chink cabin is not your everyday log house. It has a lot of charm and NO DEED RESTRICTIONS.Bring your pets with you, and welcome to life in the country! Since it’s off a quiet dead-end road, it’s easy to get to and motorcycles are welcome. The full-length covered front porch is a great place to sit in rocking chairs and drink sweet tea with the neighbors. Inside, the walls and ceiling are made of tongue-and-groove wood for a homey and cozy look. The large living room goes to the dining room, which is right next to the traditional country farmhouse kitchen. On the main floor, there is a master bedroom and a full bathroom. Upstairs, there is a second bedroom and a bonus room. Nice flat yard with plenty of parking, a stream in the back, and a tin roof to keep you dry on a wet night in the Smoky Mountains. Would be a great holiday rental, second home, or place to live all year. Only cash deals!

This log cabin was sold on Zillow.

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