Check out a cabin with an unusual exterior – and admire the stunning great room within

Log homes are never the cookie-cutter, clone-type constructions you find when looking at a row of suburban homes. They often stand alone in the quiet woodlands, and they are always unique in shape and style, with their individual quirks and oddities.
Upon approaching this log cabin, you are immediately struck by the vibrant flash of red that adorns the exterior. It's a rich contrast against the dark wood and gives the cabin character, bringing it to life.
With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, this charming cabin is a perfect base for exploring the sights and sounds of Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest in Georgia. Do you want to come inside to see what it is like to live here?
Perfection. Idling in a rocking chair on the porch with spectacular views of the valley is all you could want on vacation. The morning mist combines with the early sunlight to create a breathtaking scene.
The cozy living room is fitted with gorgeous wood paneling. The ceiling height allows ample room for fresh air to circulate without when it is time to light the fire. This looks so relaxing!
Numerous large windows invite that glorious view into the home. The secluded deck area means you can live an indoors/outdoors lifestyle without sacrificing privacy.
The main living room has an open concept with the dining area and kitchen, creating a social house where you are always a member of the party.
The kitchen is well-proportioned for the cabin, with more than enough space to prepare a meal for all the family.
The robust dining table sits next to a large picture window, which floods the room with light and delights diners with a lush view of the forest.
The cabin has two bedrooms that are cozy in size yet don't feel stuffy or cramped.
Charming wood paneling and large windows decorate the home. Furnishings are kept simple, the way a log cabin should be.
Downstairs, we discover an open game room filled with natural light. It is perfect for casual time with friends or family. Challenge me to a game of foosball, and I will gladly beat you, but hey, no spinning!
The game room has a sliding glass door that leads to the second, lower deck area.
You can't help but fall in love with the views from the upstairs, but they're extraordinary from the hot tub, too. This is next-level relaxation!
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