Meet 'Union Hill,' the no-nonsense answer to your quest for the ideal log cabin

Whether you're looking to downsize your permanent residence or simply want a vacation destination of your very own, the Union Hill from TheHunterCabins.com presents a no-frills option to explore. The 840-square-foot cabin's greatest strength lies in its simplicity and the versatile loft area can serve as an additional bedroom or whatever type of space you need.
Just because the Union Hill is simple does not mean it is boring. The butt-and-pass-style corners give the cabin a quirky personality, and the stone fireplace offers warmth and comfort to the interior. There is also just enough space to store all your essentials without feeling cramped.
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The Union Hill also features a surprisingly high ceiling, adding to the spaciousness of the great room. The website also notes that the model is fully customizable, meaning you can determine the exact placement of the windows and doors as you see fit. The Union Hill embraces its rustic roots with pragmatism and just the right amount of style.
Here is the floor plan for the lower level:
And here's the floor plan for the loft:
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