A bona fide log cabin on 18 acres in the Catskills asks $775K
It doesn’t get any more rustic than this log cabin in upstate New York. Located at 1260 Spriceton Road, in West Kill, the home sits on a whopping 18.4 acres of land, which connects to 19,250 acres of a forest preserve. The custom cabin was made in the Scandinavian full scribe style with white pine logs. Inside, you could easily mistake this home for a hunting lodge. And it’s priced less than some one-bedroom apartments in Manhattan, asking $775,000.
The photos don’t lie: this home sits on an incredible 18 acres of land, overlooking 14 different Catskill Mountain peaks.
The entire interior of the home is lined with pine logs as soon as you enter through the door.
The great room is impressive indeed, with soaring wood ceilings that come to a peak and a grand stone fireplace. (Likely a feature that’s put to good use every winter.) A massive wall of windows look out over the property.
There’s also a kitchen and formal dining room located on the ground floor–all of it lined with wood.
A log-lined staircase leads up to a lofted second floor that looks down over the great room. Because of the loft, the second floor also gets to take advantage of the light streaming through the wall of windows.
There are three bedrooms total, one on the ground floor and two off the lofted hallway. The first floor master has direct access to the outdoor patio. In fact, a patio wraps around most of the home.
Here’s a look at a 3-D floorplan of both floors of the log cabin. (According to the listing, there’s also an unfinished basement with the same footprint as main level that has a finished bathroom.) Talk about a log cabin! Be sure to check out all the interior and exterior photos in the gallery.
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Images courtesy of Franklin Ruttan