1920’s Log Cabin

December 4, 2013 3:51 pm

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This very cool little log cabin is one of a dozen that were moved to this lakefront property from their original location and use as a logging camp at the beginning of the last century.

With some great forethought and design ideas from the owner and conscientious upgrades and material choices, this perfect little cabin will likely make it to it’s hundredth birthday and longer.

A new and upgraded kitchen and bath enhance it’s livability.

Additional much needed rigid foam insulation hidden between roof sections to preserve the interior tongue and groove ceilings and add some energy efficiency at the same time help with the heating on those cold winter stays over the holidays.

The replacement of deteriorating logs and screen substitution with animal resistant fabric help keep the looks and operation of the original windows and keep this cool little log cabin the best up-north getaway in it’s class.

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