|ORIGINALLY BUILT:||Circa Late-1800s|
|DIMENSIONS:||16'6" x 16'|
|TIMBER SPECIES:||Mixed: Oak, Poplar, Pine, Chestnut|
|NOTCHING:||Crown Notch & Dovetail|
|WHAT'S INCLUDED:||Power Washing, Pre-Drilled for Electrical, Top & Bottom Logs Sawn Flat|
This structure was reclaimed from the centermost point in the Appalachian Mountains near Cleveland, VA. We named it the shotgun cabin because of the traditional shotgun windows on the second floor that were literally used to defend the home.
We have replaced any deteriorated logs, sawn the bottom course flat to accommodate a modern subfloor, reassembled the cabin at our facility, cleaned with spring water, and treated with borate.
We have also included a timber frame shed on the back for an addition.
Located in West Virginia.