Neighbors share the story about a family that built the cabin in 1936.
They played their bagpipes with a group in San Diego and practiced while hiking the roads and trails back in on Birch Hill. The bagpipes are gone now but the music remains . . .

It was a surprise to wake to a lovely snow
Sunday morning, April 23rd.

Join us for a quick walk around the cabin . . .

We're sneaking in a little early since a local handy man is waiting for the weather to clear to paint the trim around the new front door he
recently installed. A few other touch-ups will be finished soon.

Come on inside where it's warm . . .

Along the years this sparkling clean,
absolutely adorable cabin has been nicely
renovated and restored. 

An inviting great room 16x14
welcomes you. It includes a full kitchen, dining and living area all with a wonderful wood stove. The futon makes into a bed and a pull-down ladder takes you to the loft where there has been a king mattress and room to sleep a couple more. 

A full bath was added in the 70s ~ such luxury!

Along the way, insulation and knotty pine tongue and grove was installed with
expert craftsmanship, new electrical, updated
plumbing, dual paned
windows, and it now has good Berber carpet.

There is a new septic
system, and a lot of work has been done to reinforce the foundation.   

What was once a shed is now a cozy, attached
sleeping room, or it could be used as an office or craft studio. The metal roof makes rain storms
even more exciting!

There is a lot of love packed into 606 sf including the loft of 224 sf. Curl up with a book on the deck and look out on nearly one acres of land. The deck faces the east to catch the first rays of a sunrise on the mountain. There is a retractable awning to shade you from the summer sun.

You'll find good, level access off the county
maintained road. The property is level to gently
sloping with extra parking for several vehicles on your property and room to add a garage or add on the cabin if you so desire.

You'll hear the music. . .  it's a promise!