Talk about primitive! This log homestead in rural Pennsylvania dates back to 1763 and is in near original condition.
But it has been exquisitely cared for so it makes for a cozy – albeit rugged – home.
Set on 3.35 mountain acres, the cabin is only minutes from a National Forest.
It is listed for $205,000 so the price is decent for the authentic history and property you are acquiring.
And it really is located on Moonshine Lane!
225 Moonshine Lane, Blain, Pennsylvania
Check out the interior…
The vintage kitchen is charming!
From the yellow and green cabinets to the hanging baskets and wagon wheel light fixture, this place takes you back in time. Maybe not all the way back to 1763, but still, days gone by.
The home has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom with exposed logs and original wide pine floors.
It also has two original stone fireplaces – one on the main level and one in the walkout basement.
This country cabin is being sold with most of the furnishings so it would make a good weekend getaway or even a vacation rental.
For those wanting to return to simple, homestead living, this could be a full-time home.
Have a look at the bedrooms:
Very sweet and old world!
The enclosed porch:
The walkout basement:
The listing description states very clearly: “PLEASE NO DRIVE BYS!!”
Apparently, the inhabitants of this house prefer to live like hermits.
And who can blame them in this crazy world?