Rustic Style Log Cabin in the Woods - Wait Till You See the Open Air Party Pavillion!

Rustic Style Log Cabin in the Woods - Wait Till You See the Open Air Party Pavillion!

This rustic style, newly built cabin building in the woods offers you total privacy, and seclusion only five minutes from La Grange, Texas. The wood cabin is offering all the necessities of living with two bedrooms, 1.5 baths, and a wood burning fireplace. The rustic cabin building is currently used as an income producing BnB with a full kitchen, fridge, washer/dryer and all of the furnishing included. In addition to the 1 1/2 -story log house is an authentic one room 100 year old plus 12 foot by 14 foot wood cabin, a 4 foot by 4 foot outhouse, 7 foot by 8 foot storage cabin and an open-air 34 foot by 16 foot party pavilion for parties, family gatherings, and special events. To further enhance the ambiance of the cabin building, there is a man-made babbling brook feeds into a small pond which is adjacent to the lighted party pavilion with plenty of chairs, benches, side tables, barbecue and fire pit to host a spectacular event. The cabin building is situated in a clearing of the private, thick woods with walking trails for exploring.

Some might argue that wood cabins originally came from Germany, while others will say that wood cabins came from British settlers. Regardless of where cabin buildings got their origins, these durable dwellings served many purposes from shelter from the elements to homes where people lived. Settlers in different parts of America, to include New York, Kentucky, and Tennessee learned all about building log houses wood cabins. It was in these areas that there were thick forests that made them perfect for cabin building construction and homes to the backwoodsman. In the early stages of American wood cabins, you would find a cabin building as a stack of tree trunks that were put on top of one another with interlocking notches. There are other cabin buildings that were put together by nailing the edges. Log houses had sturdy foundations where the walls of the stacked tree trunks were placed. These simple foundations helped to keep the logs from the wet soil and served as storage or as basements. There were also wood cabins that had earth floors that did not require any foundation.

It was in the early 17th century, the construction of log houses and cabin buildings became quite popular. Wood cabins that had one or more rooms became the typical home for most American pioneers during this era. It was at this time that you would also find cabin buildings used as outbuildings. Private log houses would be treated with wood chips in between the log spaces, along with flat stones embedded in clay and placed between the log spaces for insulation.

The first log houses at this time were built on cleared plots of land. Wood cabins needed enough space around them so the pioneers could make a garden, keep animals, and build a barn. Trees on the plot of land were cut down, and tree stumps were removed to help clear the land and build the log house. Log houses were a good way for a family to be self-sufficient and comfortable.

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