This Log Cabin in Hunter is a Stone’s Throw from the Mountain: $549K

  |  November 22, 2023

The Hunter area has a lot of rental space and big houses for families to share for a skiing weekend. Today’s house is on the smaller side, with two bedrooms in 900 square feet of living space.

The house has a log-cabin ethos, along with a steel wraparound deck and a green metal roof.

The living room has wood sheathing between a plethora of windows: The mountain view is just stunning. The floor is stone, and the wood-plank ceiling has bark-stripped log beams. A stone fireplace rises to the peaked ceiling, with a wood stove insert.

The dining area has sliders out to the deck for a closer look at the mountains.

The kitchen is petite, with stainless-steel counters. The upper cabinetry is also stainless steel, while the lowers are wood.

A half-bath is just off the living room. It has a washer and dryer and shelving.

The house has two bedrooms—each with a private bathroom. This room is snug (like, cruise-ship size), with three windows for light and ventilation.

The bathroom has a stone-tile floor, wood-sheathed walls, and a white vanity and shower stall.

The second bedroom is much bigger and has a double closet.

Its bathroom is a mirror image of the other one.

The deck shows off the house’s log cabin construction.

The deck has cable railings for unobstructed views.

A flight of steel stairs rambles down to ground level, where double doors lead to the basement.

The lower level is unfinished but has super-high ceilings. If you want even more space, renderings of architectural plans for a loft are in the listing.

The house is on just over a half-acre, and it’s about a mile to Hunter Mountain. Get your Bavarian flair on with a mug at Jagerberg Beer Hall and Tavern.

If this turnkey home is on your must-see list, find out more about 106 Rusk Hollow Road, Hunter, from Regina Tortorella with Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty.

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