As we slog through this uniquely horrible winter, let’s turn our attention to cozy and warm thoughts. In terms of real estate, that means log cabins.
These rustic structures are the favorite comfy sweaters of the housing world, and we’d like to slide right into each one of the 10 below. We scoped out listings from coast to coast to round up these lovely log cabins, where it’s always a great time to snuggle in front of the fireplace.
And while these cabins are rustic, that doesn’t mean they’re spartan. Each is equipped with all the features you’d find in a regular ol’ tract home. A couple are on the smaller side, but when it’s all about being cozy, perhaps you don’t need a ton of square footage.
So throw another log on the fire (or cue up your favorite ASMR room featuring a crackling fireplace), grab a cup of cocoa and your favorite blanket, and enjoy this peek at 10 cozy cabins on the market right now.
Details: Midway between Nashville and Raleigh-Durham, this charming two-bedroom cabin would make an ideal weekend getaway. The rustic wood interiors are sure to appeal to a buyer looking for natural vibes, and the place is being offered partly furnished.
Details: Located in the Sierra foothills, this quaint two-bedroom cabin was built in 1935. It features new flooring and paint, as well as a number of other updates. For a buyer looking to escape the hustle of big-city life in California, this cozy retreat among the trees looks incredibly appealing.
Details: Nestled in the mountains next to the Uncompahgre National Forest, this charming one-bedroom cabin with a welcoming fireplace is an ideal spot for a ski buff. Offering ski-out access, the petite, 616-square-foot cabin is also turnkey—it’s offered fully furnished.
Details: Sitting on more than 7 acres way, way upstate, this cabin close to Lake Champlain is private and gated. The two-bedroom home features custom cabinetry in the kitchen, an antique wood stove, and all-new appliances.
Details: For a Floridian searching for something a little different, we recommend log cabin life. This small, one-bedroom cabin in Central Florida sits on just under 5 acres, and comes with a large detached garage—also made from logs. A buyer could turn the garage into a living space or build a new structure on this wide-open parcel in the woods.
Details: For a buyer looking for the upscale cabin experience, this place in the Blue Ridge Mountains is just the spot. It’s priced at more than a million bucks, but this large four-bedroom log home comes with 45 acres of land, a barn, and two additional dwellings. Rustic yet refined, this getaway is ideal for a buyer longing for the ranch life.
Details: Only 12 years old, this contemporary cabin comes with 35 acres. The two-bedroom home sits on a hill, offering gorgeous vistas in all directions. It’s a place for the outdoorsman (and woman?), hunters, and rugged hikers, with “proximity to lots of outdoor activities and adventures.”
Details: This custom-built cabin is on 6 acres just west of the city of Canton. A vaulted ceiling makes the great room feel huge, and the enormous fireplace is built for cozy evenings. An open floor plan is designed to appeal to today’s buyer, and the bright and cheery kitchen is a true highlight.
Details: Far from a dank and gloomy cabin, this three-bedroom home offers an abundance of natural light, thanks to the large windows throughout. It’s right next to a creek, and on the back deck, you can relax to the soothing sound of running water. Luxe features include a chef’s kitchen, radiant floor heating, and a massive fireplace made from river stone.
Details: This cabin ticks all the boxes for affordability and ease. Priced just right, this fully renovated three-bedroom residence sits near the South Carolina border and is said to offer plenty of privacy. An enormous deck in the back is an ideal spot for bird watching and entertaining.