This cedar cabin is a gem in the woods on deeded land. It borders Mt. Hood National Forest property and you can hear the sounds of popular Still Creek only a stone's throw from the back of the property. A beautiful stone fireplace is the centerpiece of the living room. A propane stove and a pellet stove heat the home. There are wood floors and original paned windows. This would be a great vacation home for skiers, hikers or mountain bikers in this fantastic location with easy access to all Mt. Hood recreational activities. Big bonus includes a huge two story garage for all your mountain toys. Upstairs is a 720 square foot bonus storage area, in home office space, or additional living area. There's room for a vehicle in the garage plus a workshop. The cabin was built in 1939 and family owned for over forty years. Tons of wood throughout. Original rustic kitchen with pantry area and a spacious utility mud room too. A charming deck looks onto the National Forest. Outside storage shed too. Located on about a quarter of an acre of land, it's tucked away on a quiet road yet you can walk to a store, coffee and food in Rhododendron across the walking bridge that takes you over the Zig Zag River! Mountain biking trails are near by and Still Creek Road will take you the back way to Trillium Lake! A 27 hole golf course is only five minutes away. It's a quick one hour drive from Portland yet seems like you're hours away in this location. Don't miss this exceptional opportunity.
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