Saturday, October 23, 2010

The Cabin Was Open Today


We took a drive today & the place that we found & stopped at days ago was opened today. I just had to see inside this cabin. I asked if I could take some photos & was told it would be ok. The lady was a very nice lady & I enjoyed talking to her. She then went back to the office & left Sam & I to explore & do our own photo shoot to share with you all.

How nice it would be to rock in the rocking chairs on the porch & listen to the waterfall. But remember I want a deep fish pond in front of the waterfall.

You enter into the open floor plan being the kitchen & living room. The furniture dose not come with it. But the lady said she wanted to make it cozy for customers when they enter in. it worked for us.

A stove in the corner of the living room. The lady said she will be getting her husband to hook up the stove so it will also be warm when customers enter this winter. How nice of her.

Lots of windows to let the beautiful sun lite in.

A small loft on the end you enter the cabin. Sam mentioned it would be big enough for his room & climbed the ladder.

The other end has a larger loft.& another ladder up to it. Sam has already put Lucas in this loft for his bed room. The door on the right pens to a small bath room. The other door opens to the down stairs bed room.

Another view of the loft.

I climbed the loft ladder to see upstairs myself.

This is the bath room. Very small. I missed getting the stand up shower in the photo.

A look into the master bed room. A very small closet with the hot water heater in it.

This time I got a photo of the outhouse to be used for garden tools.

On the other side of the lot was this gazebo. It was on sale. I would love to have another one to close in for a summer kitchen / potting shed.

Sam & I had fun looking around & spending time in the cabin. Believe it or not it only takes them 4 to 6 weeks to build this cabin from the time you place the order. They are built in Lancaster PA then shipped to you building site. They arrive ready to be moved into once your electric - water & sewer are hooked up. Not a lot of room for antique furniture. I love all the wood inside & outside. The lady was a little surprised because she thought most people would like to have some drywall inside. Not me. I was dreaming of how beautiful this would be on the ground my Gam & Pap gave me.

Blessings Til Next Time!

7 comments:

  1. I love the cabin.I can imagine it deep in the woods with a small stream near a large grouping of trees.WOW

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  2. What a lovely little cabin! Be great nestled in the mountains somewhere, waterfall nearby :-0) Thanks for sharing!
    Have a great weekend!
    Blessings,
    Jill

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  3. Ahh, I was thinking the same thing Lara. This would be beautiful on your grandpa's lot he left you. Perfect for you and Sam. I want one too for my daughter who just became single again. Thanks for sharing the pics with us:)
    Hugs~Carol

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  4. What a beautiful cabin!
    My husband would just love to have one!
    Have a nice day!
    Teresa

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  5. Lara!!

    Beautiful cabin.....I could live there! lol

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and the nice comments.....e-mail me with your address please. My picturetrail is now added! whooo hooo!!
    loritheblackcrow@aol.com

    Thank you!!
    Hugs,
    Lori

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  6. Loved the cabin pics! Do you know how many square feet it was? What do the cost? I've always wanted to put a small cabin in our back pasture!

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