Monday, April 22, 2013

Our Pride and Joy is for sale

Have you ever wanted to own a beautiful little log cabin close to a Lake? Here is your chance. 
Professionally built Post and Beam Cabin in quiet neighbourhood at Horsefly Lake, British Columbia / Canada.
16'x20' on main floor and 9'x16' loft on 2.3 acre lot. 
Built in 2010 by Pioneer Log Homes / Timber Kings Craftsmen.

*No-maintenance Vinyl Windows 
*Pine  Flooring throughout  
*Pine Tongue and Groove Ceilings and Gables  
*Walls have chinked timber effect. 
*Ships ladder to loft
*2x6 Wall Construction
*Electric Heat
*Many quality custom details 

*Metal Roofing
*Cedar Siding, Soffits and Fascia
*7x14 covered Porch
*Quality finishes
*Fire Pit area 
*Post and Beam Outhouse which has been featured on BCTV!!
*100 Amp underground service

Property is walking distance to Horsefly Lake in Central BC / Canada and there is a Private Community Lake Access. We own a share in a wharf which a few of the neighbours have purchased together, and that share will go with the cabin. 

Here a little video of the lake down at the wharf:

Public Boat Launch one Road over. 

Phone Service at Property line

Furnishings can be negotiated.

CAD $ 110,000

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Kitchen Island, Trunk Top and Loft Railings - Part XIII

I mentioned in my last blog post that we were planning on putting in a little island to extend our counter space and here is what I was talking about. It's an old Wringer/Washer tub and since the height of it was perfect counter height, we made a round wooden top for it. And didn't it come out great? It will really be a great addition to our kitchen and it looks right in place :) 

Then it was time to work on the loft railing. Earlier that day I saw a really cool stair railing done similar to this and I showed it to my husband. We both had a huge 'A-ha moment' and knew that it would be perfect for the cabin. And since we had all the supplies basically, it is what we did.




The view from the loft. I love the wooden top we made for the storage trunk. 

And this little owl came from one of my market neighbours. So sweet. 

Don't you just love the evening light in here? Everything just glows with warmth. So lovely.