It looks like a quiet place! In 1929, this log house was built. It is in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and is on 3.20 acres. The house has a front porch with a roof over it, wooden floors, exposed beams, and built-ins. There is an electric garage that is separate from the house. One room to sleep in, and two bathrooms. $205,000
From the Zillow listing:
This unique 976-square-foot cabin doesn’t meet the standards for a residential listing, so all of its square footage is described as “Other.” Enjoy 3+ acres of woods that give you peace and a lot of options. The 1929 house was rebuilt on this spot after World War II, and the same people have been taking care of it and adding to it for decades. The owner wrote down the whole past, which can be found in documents and is worth reading! The cabin was rented out for a long time, and there is a 313-square-foot vaulted workshop on the land that is fully wired, so there are ways to make money. The big porch with a roof is great! The 2 bedroom septic permit might allow for growth, and there is a possible building site between the cabin and the workshop (but it hasn’t been pierced recently). The main sitting area has ceilings that are lower than 7 feet. There is no HVAC system in place. To cool and heat the area, a window unit and a propane stove heater are used. The tenant took out the stove, which was wired for gas or electricity. The bedroom on the second floor has a closet and a half bath. The back of the house has an addition that works as a laundry room and extra space.
Available for sale at Zillow