Cabin Old School Log Cabin A 697 square feet cabin built in 1930 in Hendersonville, Tennessee. More info. here. hendersonville log cabinhistoric log cabinlog cabin tennessee by Steven Previous Post Next Post
Looks like Liberace designed the bathroom.
I would refer to that as a modest house as opposed to a small one. Nevertheless, it registered as a 107 on my awesomenessonometer, which is really saying something as the gauge only goes up to 100.
The huge garden style tub with the massive columns, doesn’t seem to fit in with the rest of the rustic log cabin appearance.
Pretty fabulous but I don’t like that concrete right up to the front door. If you are going to do this at least make it attractive concrete or stonework. I’d take that concrete back a few feet for plants or grass to make the entrance more inviting.
I’d leave the concrete and put up some plants in half-barrel planters. The concrete makes it easier to unload groceries and other things. In winter it is easier to use a snowblower on a flat concrete surface than on dirt. There is less maintenance with the concrete than with grass and in-ground plantings. Just as a few planters, that’s all you need to dress it out. Very nice place.