Snag a Cozy Cabin of Your Own: Six You Can Buy Right Now
If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a cabin, we’ve got you covered, from a lakeside cottage in Montana to a log home with views of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains
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Mokelumne Hill, CA
Photo by Brandt Pemberton, courtesy of Cindy Thein-Pederson
Not just one cabin, but two, are for sale. This property features both a green, 1,059-square-foot A-frame cabin as the main house and a 815-square-foot red cottage as the guest cabin. Both include wood stoves, with custom walnut shelving and granite in the main house, while mosaic tile and oak slab shelves are featured in the guest cabin. Together, the two cabins sit on more than 11 acres in Mokelumne Hill, near Stanislaus National Forest.
Check Out The Listing: Cindy Thein-Pederson of Century 21 Realty
Asking Price: $499,000
Photo by Radd Icenoggle, courtesy of Dawn Maddux
This four-bedroom cabin features gorgeous lake views of Flathead Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. The lake is known for its crystal-clear water, and is popular for water sports and camping along the 185 miles of shoreline. This cabin is located on Ottawa Beach, and it includes a stone retaining wall for a private entry into the lake. The property also has an expansive yard, a gravel fire pit area, and a deck just off the bottom-floor master bedroom with a log swing.
Check Out the Listing: Dawn Maddux of Engel & Völkers Missoula
Asking Price: $1,495,000
Photo by Mike Albright Photography, courtesy of Amy Stafford
Enjoy panoramic views of the Crooked River and Cascade Mountains from the wraparound porch of this cozy cabin, a little ways from Bend, OR. The custom log home has three bedrooms, including one with a balcony, an insulated garage and shop, RV hookup, and even an additional log cabin bunkhouse just outside for your guests.
Check Out the Listing: Amy Stafford of eXp Realty, LLC
Asking Price: $550,000
Photo by Mike Hefferon, courtesy of Lynn M. Kirchner
This two-bedroom cabin has a modern vibe after getting remodeled in 2013. Sitting on 2.3 acres, the cabin is registered as an ADU for building a larger home on the property, or adding horses and a barn. Just outside is the Roaring Fork River with Gold Medal-level fishing for an afternoon hobby.
Check Out the Listing: Lynn M. Kirchner of Amore’ Realty
Asking Price: $925,000
Photo by Mike Samoylenko, courtesy of Chris Weitzel
Escape to the woods with this two-bedroom cabin. Built in 1976, this little chalet has been updated with new decks and a fresh paint job inside. Enjoy the views of the forest on the first and second-floor decks, and cozy up in the A-frame style bedroom. Its location in the Sudden Valley community adds amenities like pools, parks, a riverside marina, golf course, and more.
Check Out the Listing: Chris Weitzel, RE/MAX Whatcom County, Inc.
Asking Price: $250,000
Big Bear Lake, CA
Photo by Josh Karela, courtesy Denise A. Randle
This log-sided mountain home is located in the Eagle Mountain Estates, in Big Bear Lake’s Fox Farm neighborhood. The home is made for entertaining, with an open floor plan downstairs, bar seating in the kitchen, an intimate backyard, and a fully covered front porch. The master suite is made for mountain vacations with its own fireplace and a jet bathtub, and there are three more bedrooms to boot to fit family or guests.
Check Out the Listing: Tours Factory
Asking Price: $899,000