With deep roots on Palomar that go back to 1905, Dan and Marcia Beishline built their dream cabin in 1973.  We visited them after it was all decorated and it was absolutely charming. They sold it and there have now been several owners. Dan and Marcia were visiting on the mountain recently and I took them inside for a peek. The cabin is a little tired now but has 'good bones'.  It needs a new owner to clean it up, put in new flooring, appliances, paint and add the finishing touches.
Dan said the rocks for the wood burning fireplace were gathered around the Mountain and the mantle was a beam from the old Dunderberg mine near Bishop in the Sierras.  There is 1144 sf with big open beamed ceilings in the dining and living area which has also held a home office. The open kitchen has fun 'barn door' cabinets.   

Recently another owner had some extensive remodeling done -  Hardy plank exterior siding which is a cement product that is fire resistant, dual pane vinyl windows, replaced the back deck with trex, and there is a newer water heater, laminate flooring in the living area upstairs, and a wood burning stove in the dining room. 

You also have forced air heat throughout, a laundry closet, small carport and a walk-out basement workshop and two decks and a patio.

The largest bedroom was used in the past as a 'Jack and Jill' with a bookcase divider.

You'll appreciate the delicious water from the Bailey Mutual Water Company. There is power with SDG&E and standard phone service.

You'll find this mountain cabin
tucked away off Bailey Meadow Road
on Fern Trail.