She Got Her Family’s Log Home Back, But Now…

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After 30 years she received the call she had been waiting for. . .

 

When you love something, it is very hard to let it go. Deneice loved her family’s log home so much that made her heart-broken when her grandfather decided to sell it. But after 30 years, the intermediate owner contacted her and agreed to sell back the house. Without hesitation Deneice and her husband purchased “Littlebrook Farm” and continued their family legacy, living and raising their children there.  Until…… well, it’s for sale again.  Read below!

 

When Deneice Hastings was 14 years old, her grandfather—a Spokane, Washington pioneer—sold his circa 1935 log home, which was known affectionately among the family as Littlebrook Farm. Nestled on six acres, the home had been constructed entirely of hand-hewn, locally-sourced logs and was surrounded by forest and waterfalls. Deneice loved Littlebrook Farm and was heartbroken by the sale, so she reached out the new owners asking if they would contact her if they ever decided to sell. Thirty years later, she got the call she’d been waiting for.

 

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Deneice once vowed that Littlebrook Farm would never again leave the family, but the time has come to pass it on. The property is now on the market for an asking price of $975,000, and it comes complete with all the country-style charm we could imagine.

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