Mt. Rainier USFS Cabin With Magical Surroundings
Originally built in the 1930s, this log cabin is a product of consistent maintenance and imaginative restoration. It now boasts a pristine, like-new condition and comes with a vaulted cedar ceiling and an enchanting fireplace that lets you soak in the cozy atmosphere.
The home measures 560-square foot and it comes with the cozy fireplace, a bedroom with a queen-sized bed, an an eat-in kitchen. On the outside, a garage, a lovely deck that is endowed with a relaxing creek view, and a stone patio for tea and coffee by the fire. It sits on a half-acre forest land.
This lovely log cabin identified as the 18 Silver Creek is now on the market with a selling price of $349,000.
Around 14,000 Forest Service cabins—that is, privately owned cabins on United States Forest Service land—exist in the United States, and we have a whole lot of them in the wilds of Washington State. These cabins all have a carefully guarded woodland aesthetic thanks to rules similar to landmark laws, although each one varies in design and how much you’re actually roughing it.
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