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c. 1793 Log Home

PA Log Cabin

Opposite View
Opposite View
Bay window is in post and beam room
Rural, 20 minutes from Pittsburgh Airport
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Front View
Front View
Shows decks, empty shell upstairs. Right foreground is dug well.
Interior
Interior
View from log cabin into post and beam room
Workshop
Workshop
Workshop is 100 yards from house
Storage shed and working well pump
Front porch looking east. Workshop and open shed top of hill. Dug well foreground.
Paved portion of drive down to cabin
View from open shed of neighbor's pasture
Rear view of cabin showing outside entrance to upstairs
View up unpaved portion of drive towards highway 300 yards away
Bedrooms 2
Full Baths 1
Half Baths 1
Heated Sq. Ft. 1,400
Stories 1.5
Acres 4.0

Features.

  • 1st Floor Bath
  • 1st Floor Bedroom
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Room
  • Living room
  • Unfinished Basement
  • Master bedroom upstairs
  • Driveway - Paved
  • Storage Building
  • Workshop
  • Fireplaces
  • Wood floors
  • Tin Roof
  • Oil Heating
  • Septic Tank
  • Water Heater - Electric

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Description of Property

Rural location in South Side School District Beaver County PA. One mile from intersection of US route 30 and PA route 151 on route 151. Twenty minutes from Pittsburgh airport; one hour to downtown.

Neighbors are a non-working farm with horse pastures, and a rather upscale housing development. Lots of woods adjacent. Very quiet and a birder's/gardener's delight.

This 1793 2-story oak log cabin 21x19 with post and beam 17x17 1803 addition and 10x15 framed in porch sits on a secluded 4.0 acres with a 1/4 mile long partially paved driveway. Extensive PT decks added.

Two fireplaces (up and down) with stainless steel liners and modern dampers plus third SS liner to oil-burning boiler in basement.Liners, heating, well, electrical(underground from pole 150 feet away), plumbing, windows all new within last 15 years.

1803 post and beam 17x17 addition was taken down and rebuilt on new foundation. I added outside 2x6 walls enclosing original post and beam frame; now exposed on inside. Bay window and bath added.

Property includes 24x40 pole building with concrete floor, full insulation, and separate electrical service.

Property also includes open shed, small frame outbuilding, new drilled well with antique cast-iron hand pump (fully working and lined), original dug stone well, and right of way across several neighbors' property to highway.

No natural gas, sewerage, or city water available. Well water is very good quality. Existing septic tank is "grandfathered".

Archived in July, 2012

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