Check out a charming aged cabin and discover the gorgeous rustic fireplace

Many of the log homes we feature are located in the south of the United States. It makes sense. The rural cabin lifestyle is intrinsically linked to the great outdoors - and so to the weather - the southern states benefiting from a warmer climate creating a less harsh environment.
This rustic log cabin is located in Lakeville, Maine, positioned within 1.2 acres (4,856 square meters) of woodlands, close to many lakes and hiking/ATV trails. The climate of the northern states can often be quite harsh, especially during winter, and this cabin is designed to offer refuge from the elements of all seasons. 
This rural retreat has one bedroom and one bathroom over a well-proportioned 624-square-foot floor plan (58.0-square-meters). Do you want to know more? Step this way...
Surrounded by mature trees, this inviting cabin is located in a vivid green area of rural America.
Built in 1970, this log home has aged beautifully to seamlessly blend into the natural surroundings. We love the rustic look of a seasoned log cabin - nice!
A quiet porch for outdoors living is an essential addition to any log cabin retreat. Maine's climate warrants a screen to keep the bugs away, which doesn't detract from one's sense of connection to nature. 
The cabin sits in 1.2 acres (4,856 square meters) of rural Maine. The land has an abundance of mature trees and meadows, giving residents plenty to explore.
The living room has an open, spacious feel with varnished wood decorating the walls and ceiling.
The living room is open to the kitchen, creating a complete living space which can easily be heated by this immense wood-burning stove. This fire dominates the room - perfect for those cold winter nights.
Despite the darker tones in the wood, the room is bright with plenty of natural light.
The kitchen is a large, well-proportioned room with plenty of space for cooking and storage. A complete set of appliances - including a washing machine - make living in this humble abode a simple pleasure.
The kitchen is open to the living area but definitely feels like a separate room thanks to the breakfast bar creating a psychological definition to the space.
The whole house is over one level, with the bedroom also on the ground floor. It is a cozy room for sleeping, with ample storage for all your things.
Yes, your eyes do not deceive you, the bathtub is in the bedroom...
The climate in Maine sure does create an abundant flora!
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