Historic House Listings

Stone cabin in the Oregon woods. Circa 1937. $279,900

February 2, 2024

I love stone houses! How about a stone house in the Oregon woods! The house was built in 1937. It is located on .25 acre in Rhododendron, Oregon. The house features hardwood floors, knotty pine, vaulted ceiling and nice windows to enjoy the outdoor scenery. You can step out back and fish for salmon at the ZigZag River. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,150 square feet. $279,900

Contact Anthony Clark with Enetra Real Estate: [email protected]

From the Zillow listing:


This cozy Mt Hood cabin is a great weekend getaway from the city for snow skiing or getting close to nature. It has a roomy kitchen and is great for family occasions. Located near the main road at the snow line so you can still drive in when the snow is good on the mountain and lounge around the fireplace after good skiing on mount hood. You can step out the back door and go fishing in the ZigZag River for small trout , salmon and steelhead when they’re running. This home is made of river rock with a knotty pine interior. It sits under the canopy of old growth fir trees in a sort of magical mossy area next to the brook. There’s plenty of parking for a big get together. There’s grocery, hardware and restaurants nearby. The new roof was put on in 2023. While the cabin sits on National Forest land, you have the opportunity to have exclusive use and ownership of this unique cabin and grounds through a lease from the National Forest in control of preserving the nature of the land while letting you have ownership of a unique cabin.



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