Historic House Listings

NC mountain cabin! That stove! The musket holes! Circa 1850’s. $230,000

April 13, 2019

See everyone later; I’m moving! 🙂 This hand hewn log cabin was built in the 1850’s. Love the old musket holes! It was relocated to the historic community of Balsam, North Carolina in 1974. Since then a second story was added onto the cabin. Located on .4 acres in Balsam, North Carolina in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Check out that stove in the kitchen! Situated close to downtown Waynesville and Sylva. One bedroom, two bathrooms, and 1,265 square feet. $230,000

From the Zillow listing:


The perfect antique log cabin retreat! Experience history and modern convenience in one charming and unique package. Constructed from logs hand-hewn in the 1850âs the cabin was relocated to the historic resort community of Balsam in 1974. Since then a second story with bedroom, bonus room, sun room, and utility room have been added. Enjoy stunning mountain sunsets next to the cast iron stove on the porch or hike scenic mountains trails on the Blue Ridge Parkway a few miles away. While the cabin itself feels as if you have been transported to another world, all the conveniences of downtown Waynesville and Sylva are just minutes away. Come experience the calm and inspiration for yourself!

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