Antique cabin design, The Balsam Ordinary, harkins back to the original taverns and eating houses of the Western Territory of the 1800’s. Now, a twenty first century replica, the floor plan boasts a “dog trot” layout, where one side provides your family, and weary traveling guests, with an open kitchen and keeping room, and attached quarters for the owner. While the other side provides an open bunkhouse, “ordinary lodging” experience, with open loft and bath. The “livery”, now an outdoor entertainment area, will allow for great repose after a hard day afield, or in the woods with family and hounds.
The Balsam Ordinary log cabin is constructed from reclaimed logs and timber providing for a beautiful retreat.
Style: Antique Log
Full Baths: 2
Square Footage: 1335
Half Baths: 1
Actual Scale: “11.5 x 10 x 4.3”
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