This one is good! In 1935, this log house was built. It is in Candler, North Carolina, and is on.63 acres. The house has a view of the mountains. A lot of the wood in the house is not painted. There are logs and beams that you can see. A stone stove is in the house. All of the water, electric, furnace, and ductwork are all brand new. The home has a well that gets fresh mountain water from a spring. It has 1,414 square feet, two bedrooms, and one bathroom. $275,000
From the Zillow listing:
Charming log cabin from 1935 that was carefully fixed up to blend the past and the present. The cozy den with its original fireplace and lots of wood is right next to the great room, which has high ceilings and a view of the mountains. When fixing up this house, the owners didn’t skimp on anything. All of the wiring, electrical work, the fridge, the furnace, and the ducts are brand new. Except for one internal door, all of the windows and doors are new double-hung vinyl ones. There are laundry hookups in the bathroom on the main floor. Fresh mountain water flows straight into the house from the spring-fed well, which has an inline pump to boost the pressure. This could be a great main home, a second home, or a place to rent out for a short time!
This log cabin was sold on Zillow.