Looking for a fixer?  Here is a bank-owned option for you! 

Some work has already been done.  The 884 sf main cabin has new interior paint in the living room, bedrooms, and has a newly remodeled bathroom.  New carpet installed a couple years ago needs cleaning.  There is a pull-down ladder to the unfinished basement that has been a large sleeping room with a window at each end.

Huge picture window in the living room with an forest view and wood burning fireplace.

Big kitchen for a cabin, isn't it?

There is a newer electric stove and  lots of counter space with newer tile. 

Laundry/mud room has a stacking washer/dryer.  There is room for a refrigerator and a dinette set in the kitchen. 

The cabin is emptied out now so what else does it need?  Over the years the foundation and slab has settled.  Carpet in the kitchen covers a crack in the slab.  You see evidence outside that the fireplace and some of the slump stone apparently has settled too.

Then, most people would want to cover the existing, pretty tired siding.  And, it needs a new roof.

However, the inside is pretty clean so you could actually spend the night when escrow closes while dreaming of all the fun at your cabin.     

The yard work is in the process of being done. 
Come on up and see the "potential" for a fun weekend getaway at your cabin in the woods. 

The cabin is on a half acre and includes a Shabin and a shed.  (Why is it that I am so intrigued with these little Shabins on Palomar? Must be the stories they have to tell!) 

What's a Shabin?  Oh, you know, something between a shed and a cabin.  Over the years, I heard that the Shabin on the left was the original cabin where the owners stayed while building out the cabin 1951.  It has an open beam ceiling.  Well, it is actually VERY open.  It's 'air conditioned' and has needed a new roof for years.  But!!! It could be fixed up pretty cute, don't cha think?  It is empty now and ready for your remodel to an art studio, bunk-house for the kids or hummm, what would your plans be?  If only these walls could talk! 
Click for some of the intriguing history of Palomar.  And, who knows?  Some day we might have a webpage for your family's stories of adventure on this very wonderful mountain!

You have easy access from the top of the South Grade.  Look across the road at about 11:00 o'clock.  There is a big sign on a tree that says "Palomar Cedars".  Go down that driveway and it is the first cabin on the right, bordering the National Forest property that includes the Group Campground and now our new Light and Life School with five students this year, K through 8th grade.  Very special! 

There is a water share with Palomar Mutual Water Company, and power to the cabin with SDG&E. You could have a phone hooked up and use satellite for high speed internet access. 

Just think,
you could be in for the first snow!

How fun is that!

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