Craigslist Small Cabin in Minnesota

One of our readers sent me this last night and I thought I should get it up as the owner is offering a special price if the deal is made before Christmas Day.

This is a cool little cabin located in Finland Minnesota. Here are the details:

  • 16×10 cabin with sleeping lofts, will be done soon.
  • 2.5 acres with view of Sawtooth Mountains
  • 2.2 miles off Lake Superior by Splitrock Lighthouse
  • very private, power on site
  • must sell please call 218-428-6915
  • will take $22,000 cash before Christmas

I know the listing will eventually go away so I did a screen print of it below. Here is the craigslist listing.

MN cabin

MN cabin 2

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joseph kenyon - December 22, 2009 Reply

I hate to say this, but the pictures arent showing up, they are only little “X’s” meaning that the images are either removed or the wrong address. You may want to check on this . 🙂 Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

    Kent Griswold - December 22, 2009 Reply

    Seems to be working on my end. Anyone else having this problem?

ami - December 22, 2009 Reply

Oh I wish! Those pictures made my heart beat fast! It would be perfect!

Arlos - December 23, 2009 Reply

This looks like summer living only? Attractive price but it looks like the winters would just about pick up the house and carry it away to another zip code in a snow storm.
I find it amusing where home prices have gone. This is what my 5 bedroom 2 story home on a 1/4 acre sold for in 1968 and was at $1.29M in 2006.
One note of caution about craigslist is to due diligence on goods and services. If it sounds to good to be true, well you do the math…

alice - December 23, 2009 Reply

I know the area from the Canadian side, lots of moose, lakes, streams, trees and rocks, with serious bugs in the summer, but you are surrounded by parks and reasonably close to Duluth. Back in the 70’s you could get old farmsteads for next to nothing because the farm kids were all moving to the city. Winters aren’t as bad as they used to be and summers were great. We got our 120 acre farm with huge squared log 1914 built house for $6,000. Long time and many miles ago . . .

steve - February 17, 2010 Reply

22k cash ??? sounds like a scam to me i dont think id buy real estate cash down without some kind of paper trail.

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