This rustic cabin was originally built in 1800 as a one-room handcrafted cabin. This vacation property has been transformed to become a comfortable getaway that many families enjoy. These log cabin wings were built using old telephone poles for their central support beams. The main cabin has a hidden loft and a bunkhouse on the property, which both offer additional sleeping space. While the cabin has been meticulously maintained by the current owners, they still respect its original character. With all the modern conveniences, the cabin could be used as an entire-time residence.
The cabin has a metal roof, insulation, gutters and vinyl windows with a lifetime guarantee. All new electrical with 200 Amp box, pex pipe plumping (in the bathroom), and sump pump. In just a few moments, you can winterize the cabin. This property and the land surrounding it are the roots of Augusta county’s history. You are surrounded by miles upon miles of wildlife and trees, nestled in the George Washington National Forest. For a complete list of updates, please contact your agent. This log cabin property is currently up for sale, but it won’t last. These are just a few of the many things you can do around the area.
Natural Chimneys Regional Park showcases some of the most remarkable geology in western Virginia. The visitor is reminded of the long time it took to form the formations we see today by the remnants of rock that was once carved from a shallow ocean. The park is also a great spot to find wildlife. The chimney’s open grassy areas are home to open-country species like the American robin and American goldfinch. Other familiar species include the eastern phoebe and eastern wood-pewee. The adjacent scrubby brushland is home to secondary forest and Carolina chickadee. The property is surrounded by the North River, which, when it gets enough rainfall, supports a variety water birds, including herons, waterfowl, and blue jays. The Virginia Master Naturalists maintain a pollinator garden and a park where you can see butterflies. There are several species of butterfly, including the spicebush swallowtails, eastern tiger, and pearl crescent.
The Shenandoah valley. Grand Caverns has something for everyone, whether you’re a history buff, a birdwatcher, runner or cyclist, or just a person who enjoys great surroundings for memorable times with family and friends. Grand Caverns Park is full of scenic trails for running, hiking, and biking. You will find picnic shelters, a playground, a mini golf course, and areas for fishing. Our fitness trail features stations with instructions at each stop. Civil War. Since 1806 the Grand Caverns have been open continuously. The cave was used by Union and Confederate soldiers during the Civil War and the Valley Campaign. The cave contains over 200 civil war signatures. W. W. Miles is perhaps the most well-known of these signatures.