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Rustic Style Log Cabin In The Woods – Wait Till You See The Open Air Party Pavillion!

    This newly constructed wood cabin, with its rustic design, offers privacy and seclusion. It is only five minutes from La Grange. The wood cabin includes two bedrooms, a bathroom and a fireplace. The rustic building generates income as a Bed and Breakfast. It comes with a fully equipped, fully furnished kitchen, refrigerator and washer/dryer. The cabin has a log-style one-and a-half story, a wood-style cabin that is 100 years old and a 12-foot x 14-foot space. Ten storage sheds and huts are also available. A small pond is fed by a man-made babbling stream. It’s located next to a lighted Pavilion. There are enough benches, tables, and chairs to host an event. The cabin is situated in a clearing in the thick, private forest. There are hiking trails to explore.

    Some may claim that the wood cabins are German. Others might claim that they were built by British settlers. Cabins were built for many purposes, including sheltering people against the weather or providing homes. New York, Kentucky, and Tennessee were some of the states where settlers first learned how to build wood cabins. These areas were ideal for building wood cabins and providing homes for backwoodsmen because they had thick forests. Early American wood log cabins were constructed from stacked trunks of trees with interlocking notch. Some cabins can be constructed by nailing the edges together. Log houses were constructed on solid foundations where the walls were made of stacked tree trunks. These foundations were used to protect logs against wet soils, and also as storage areas or cellars. Some wood cabins were built with earth floors, and therefore did not need foundations.

    Early in the 17th century, log homes and cabins were popular. Wood cabins with only one or two bedrooms were the most popular type of home during this period. During this period, cabins were used to house outbuildings. In private log houses, wood chips and flat stones covered in clay would be used as insulation.

    During this time, the first log houses were built on cleared plots. The pioneers required space around their log cabins to build a garden, a barn and keep animals. To clear land for the log home, the pioneers had to cut down trees and remove stumps. Log houses enabled a family to be independent and comfortable.

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