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Historic House Listings

Look inside! 1860 log cabin under the brick. 8 acres in Wisconsin. $180,000

July 12, 2019

Nice interior! Not sure why there is a sink in the foyer though. This log cabin was built in 1860. At some point it was expanded on and the log exterior covered with brick. It is located on 8.2 acres in Forestville, Wisconsin. Updated electric, plumbing, refinished cedar floors, and small wrap around porch. The property has a pond. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,916 square feet. $180,000

From the Zillow listing:

 

Peaceful country home! A little bit of history and a lot of house! Original 1860 log home clad in the brick renovated to bring this home into modern times with a flair and nod to its history. From the gracious sunlit atrium featuring stain glassed doors, to the old kitchen pump at the farm sink, this home exudes early-year ambiance. With a free-standing fireplace and beautiful, glass pocket doors in the living room, it is certain to feel cozy and warm. Renovating of this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home includes new plumbing, wiring, refinishing of the cedar floors, an addition complete with a master suite, and more. Sitting on over 8 acres, including a pond, with a wraparound porch to enjoy beautiful views of the countryside, this is the perfect place to call home.  Make this your home for your growing family, or it is perfectly set up for a single and a roommate. Conveniently located between Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay, this would make a great B&B or vacation rental for Door County summers and the Packer games!

 

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