***Sold***Linda Paulus contacted me about their beautiful little log cabin that they are having to part with and wanted me to share it with you. Here is what Linda has to say about this little gem.
An unexpected change in life plans has led us to the hard decision to sell our charming, renovated log cabin on high on the hill of twelve acres.
The little log cabin would be perfect for the writer, gardener or artist who needs a peaceful retreat or for a generous friend with room to invite six friends up for the weekend for a getaway escape.
With a footprint of 20 x 20 ft, fireplace and small kitchen downstairs along with a small shed in the back; forced air furnace and hot water tank in the shed with plenty of room to store tools and a grill.
Cozy bedroom and bathroom with clawfoot tub upstairs. Beautiful oak and red cedar wood floors, new metal roof. Stunning views for miles front and back. You’ll have your own little orchard of peaches, pears, apples, grapes and nuts. Great-tasting water from a deep well. Large tobacco barn to store equipment or animals; large cattle barn to tear down for valuable wood or for conversion to a stunning, one-of-a-kind home.
Very private, rural paradise yet only fifteen minutes from Elizabethtown, Ky, and one hour fifteen minutes south of Louisville, Kentucky. Go for walks through wildflower paths to spy on the bluebirds and cardinals, built a little gazebo in the serene and hidden juniper patch, sit with friends around a bonfire and watch the stars that look close enough to touch.
Grow the most fragrant lavender along with the richest-tasting tomatoes you’ll ever eat; plenty of room to expand upon our little garden. You’ll see wild turkey and deer around every corner.
We’re sorry to have to let it go, but are sure the next lucky owners will love it as much as we do. Asking $150,000 or best offer for our gem. Any questions, please contact Linda at linda.paulus(at)gmail.com. Visit her blog for more photos and information about their unique cabin. Also be sure and tell Linda you heard about the cabin on the Tiny House Blog.