Want to Live Like a US President? Start With a Log Cabin
Although it’s no prerequisite for holding public office, living in a log cabin is very presidential. Andrew Jackson was born in one between North and South Carolina. And Abraham Lincoln wrote that his earliest recollection was living in a log cabin on Kentucky’s Knob Creek Farm. In celebration of the American log cabin legacy, we’ve gathered a few on the market just in time for Presidents Day.
620 County Rd 1325 Hidden Meadow Rnch, Greer, AZ
For sale: $249,000
This stunning mountain home was built with hand-crafted logs, a wood-burning fireplace and high-end appliances. It’s in close proximity to gourmet restaurants, fly fishing, hiking and horse stables.
25635 Buffalo Run Rd, Moran, WY
For sale: $565,000
36 Pleasant Cove Rd, Boothbay, ME
For sale: $698,000
11900 Shugart Flats Rd, Leavenworth, WA
For sale: $1.8 million
In Washington’s Bavarian-themed village, a log cabin is the perfect winter or summer getaway. Located about two hours from Seattle and 45 minutes from Stevens Pass Ski Resort, the property includes a historic barn on an upper parcel of land.
7209 S Eddyville Rd, Harrison, ID
For sale: $7.5 million
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