Discover the perfect layout for all your needs in a charming 740-square-footer

When dreaming of owning our own vacation retreat, many of us turn to log cabins for a number of reasons. Firstly, they are fantastically affordable options, but most importantly, it is the simple "no frills" lifestyle which creates the perfect circumstances to unwind.
The Brandywine by Conestoga Log Cabins represents a great solution as your home-away-from-home. The simple floor plan covers 740 square feet and includes everything you could want in a rustic getaway. The house has one bedroom, one full bathroom, a spacious great room with an amazing kitchen, and a large loft space which can be customized to suit your needs; be it a children's playroom, an office, or a guest bedroom. The cabin even has a designated laundry room. Perfect!
Taking a look at the cabin from outside, we are amazed by the ample-sized floor plan. It looks like a wooden castle.
The Brandywine benefits from an exceptional 6-foot deep porch. The enormous dormer adds shade to this idyllic sitting space. Afternoons sitting on the front porch is one of the best things about owning a log cabin. So relaxing. Shall we take a look inside?
Brandywine has a huge main room which has an open kitchen. Entirely decked out with rich-toned wood, it is an inviting space which can easily house large furniture.
Brandywine's kitchen is a chef's dream, with lots of cabinetry to ensure worktops remain free from clutter. Modern appliances make meal preparation a simple task in this attractive country-style kitchen.
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It's hard nowadays to find properties that truly have everything you could want, but this cabin really provides it all!
November 19   ·  
Approaching this cabin, you immediately get the sense of its individual character, an image of its charm and a desire to see what it is like inside.
November 18   ·  
This pleasant cottage-style cabin is something we don't see every day.
November 17   ·