Jungle Jack’s Cozy Cabin Retreat…
What exactly is so appealing about seeing where our favorite celebrities live? We’re not really sure…. we just know that it is! Jack Hannah, often called “Jungle Jack,” keeps it real with this small 760 square foot cabin just outside of Bigfork, Montana. Cozy and comfortable? Sure! But excessive (as we all know he COULD afford if he wanted to)? Surprisingly, not at all! The small cabin comes with only the basics, such as a kitchen, a sleeping loft, a small living room, and bathroom. Now, we must admit, this isn’t his primary residence. Nonetheless, he just went up a few notches in our book! The cabin was constructed from Idaho white pine logs, and build by Jack’s friend (obviously a builder) Randy Baker. Take a glimpse into Jack’s life through the photos below!
Measuring just 760 square feet, this jewel box of a house was designed for maximum fun in minimal space.
It’s a setting that easily sleeps (and feeds) four. Dubbed Elk Cabin for its location on an old elk farm, this mini-getaway is so sweet and secluded that Jack sometimes calls it “The Honeymoon Suite.”
Part of what makes Elk Cabin so romantic is its air of authenticity, modeled after log homes that Jack remembers as a kid in Tennessee. There isn’t a lick of drywall in the guest cabin—just 8-by-12-inch white pine logs from Idaho and a few touches of fragrant juniper with purple and red undertones.
Doesn’t this make you want to porch-rock all day long? And maybe sip on some sweet tea?
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