Ahh! C’mon over for the peace and quiet of Brown County.
This built in 2011 3-bedroom, 3+ bath cedar log cabin sits in the midst of over a hundred acres of adjacent forest.
There are just a few steps down to the private
The plentiful fish, birds, and dragonflies are just part of the bucolic scene.
It’s wonderfully secluded from all the hubbub of everyday life, but a short scenic drive to Nashville,
Brown County State Park, or the quaint town of Story.
The lovely city of Columbus, or the Edinburgh outlets are only 1/2 hour from here, as are the many adventures of Brown County.
This roomy mountain-style
log cabin has a friendly
open floorplan that easily accommodates up to 8 people. Come on in and sit around the gas log
in Dad’s recliner,
Grampa’s sofa, or one of Mom’s cozy swivel chairs in the corner.
The gorgeous yet
comfy Great Room
shares its vaulted ceiling, hardwood floors, and 46” HD TV with Blu-Ray & satellite, with the dining room,
and the very well equipped kitchen.
Downstairs you will find a basement entertainment room with
foosball, a 60"
big screen TV,. darts and the
Dine outdoors, or in the roomy dining room,
or at the bar
on the spacious
When sleep beckons, the king-size log bed is most restful in the main floor
with its en suite bath with
Mom’s soaker tub,
Dad’s shower, and the roomy walk-in closet. The “Big Bear Bedroom” upstairs boasts another king-size log bed PLUS
2 twin beds,
and its own walk-in closet.
The upstairs suite is adjacent to its own spacious
and opens to the
for games, puzzles, or just
enjoying the views.
Back on the main floor there is the homey
with its queen-size bed, and the main bathroom.
Outside you can settle into a cozy chair on the
Maybe you’ll see a great blue heron stalking fish in the pond; see or hear an owl, a hummingbird, or a great pileated woodpecker.
The covered front
or the sweeping view from the glass-front great room can keep you out of the elements for as long as you wish,
but the close-by
beckons you to bask out among the trees and
enjoy the views
day or night.
Perhaps you’ll try to catch a bluegill or largemouth bass or help the kids search for “Mister Big”
(one of the resident grass carp) from atop the rocks, along the dam, or one of those little coves over on the east side.
Save plenty of time for badminton, croquet, bocce ball, and lawn darts in the play yards, or maybe just a whole lot of sitting
and listening to the quiet. Beats Workin’!
Slip down to the patio for a picnic. Gather your folding chairs or just sit on the rocks or
a convenient tree stump to make s’mores around the
The frogs and crickets will join your sing-along come evening.
The deer and turkeys don’t mind you visiting, if you stay really still.
And, oh, the stars on a clear night! This is 20 acres of wooded paradise, the way we love it…and soon you will too.
Come back again next season, next year, frequently, to see and enjoy this wonderfully relaxing place and see how it just gets better.
Ahh!!! Sure Beats Workin’!!