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Explore the Beautiful Interior of a 660 Sqft Log Cabin

A tranquil retreat is hidden in the natural beauty of Asheville. North Carolina. It defies all the rules of traditional living. This compact log cabin measuring just 660 sq. ft. is proof that comfort, luxury and nature can live in harmony.

Small-Scale Living: The charm of small-space living

A Compact Yet Comprehensive Layout

This cabin, built in 2017, offers a single bedroom with full bathroom. Ideal for couples and individuals alike. The cabin has a spacious layout, despite its compact size. It features a fireplace powered by propane and laundry facilities located on the ground floor. In the master bedroom, a Murphy Bed made out of wormy-chestnut wood can accommodate up to four guests.

The Space is Fully Furnished

Cabin comes with all furnishings, including a California-king size bed, bookcase headboard, and storage drawers in warm colors. You only need to pack your clothes to turn this cabin into your own home.

Asheville, North Carolina: The Asheville advantage

Close proximity to urban amenities

The cabin, located in a forested tract on 1.03 acres of private land, is ideally situated to enjoy nature without sacrificing the conveniences and amenities that urban life offers. Asheville Mall is just five minutes away and downtown Asheville, with its vibrant atmosphere and many attractions. The hospital is six miles from this cabin.

Abounding Natural Wonders

Asheville is known for the stunning architectural and natural landscapes. There are millions of acres in the region, which includes forty mountains rising above 6,000 feet. The third oldest river is also located here. Hiking, biking and rafting, as well as the Appalachian Trail with its tallest summit Clingmans Dome, (6643 feet), are all popular activities in this area.

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Take it a Step Further and Explore Your Surroundings

Appalachian Trail

North Carolina hosts 95.7 miles on the Appalachian Trail. An additional 224.7 miles stretch into Tennessee. The High Country is a great place to hike, as it offers the opportunity to see several mountains above 6,000 feet. Access to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park does require a permit. Shelter reservations are also based on distance hiked.

Fines Creek Farm

Fines Creek Farm, another place of note in the region. This two-story antique store barn was originally built for a local family as an antiques shop. It spans more than 5,500 square feet. It has flexible floor plans that allow for different arrangements. The barn is surrounded by towering trees, a perennial garden and boxwoods. It’s a great place for sports or relaxation.

The charm of living in a small space is evident with this peaceful log home on a tract measuring 1.03 acres. The well-designed floor plan, the fully furnished interiors and its proximity to urban conveniences as well as natural wonders make it an ideal getaway for anyone seeking peace and quiet from busy city life.

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Aza Hofman
Aza Hofman
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