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400 Sq. Ft. Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

This is a 400 sq. ft. cabin on an 11,326 sq. ft. lot in Laurel Fork, VA.

It is listed for sale on Estately for $79,000.

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Tiny Log Cabin in Laurel Fork, VA For Sale

400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

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400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

400 Sq Ft Log Cabin in Laurel Fork

Photos via Estately


  • Laurel Fork, VA
  • 40 sq. ft.
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • 11,326 sq. ft. lot
  • Brand new build
  • Listed at $79,000 (as of 8/3/17)


Brand new log cabin in Laurel Fork! Home features: Metal roof, 400 sq. ft. 8′ x 20′ front covered porch. Great room for living room and kitchen, bedroom, bath and a laundry room for a stack able washer/dryer. Very little up keep on this home and lot.1


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  • Avatar Liz August 4, 2017, 2:31 pm

    This is a GORGEOUS home. I absolutely LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it.

  • Avatar Jack Phillips August 4, 2017, 4:58 pm

    Beautiful cabin and that area is nice. Waaayyy over priced for the land you get with it in that area. With a 1/4 acre lot you may as well live in the suburbs. I am guessing you are sharing a well as septic system with other cabins being that close together.

  • Avatar Matt August 4, 2017, 5:11 pm

    Nice little cabin but lord that is wood overload! I see this a lot, rustic homes that make you feel like you are inside a yellow pine log. Décor will make it a lot better but I’d still have to change the floors, paint the cabinets, or something.

  • Avatar Brenda Mason August 4, 2017, 5:14 pm

    LOVE IT. Could it be moved to another state?

  • Avatar Terressa August 5, 2017, 10:37 am

    Cute place.
    Stackable not stack able.

  • Avatar Gayle August 6, 2017, 9:16 pm

    Love this build. Price seems good for the setting and land. However what is with the HUGE fridge. Takes up too much room and the same with the stove…….better use of space with an induction cook top and smaller oven.
    I don’t understand the obsession with boxcar sized refrigerators.

    • Avatar James D. August 7, 2017, 11:20 pm

      Gayle, depends… for a family then a big fridge can be considered a must. Especially, with a family with big appetites…

      Such as a family with an active lifestyle and possibly a still growing teenager or two with high metabolism… That fridge wouldn’t look very big in that scenario ;-p

      While some people use it simply as a way to avoid needing to go to the store regularly… Mind, in a remote location it can be preferable to avoid too many long commutes to the nearest store…

      Besides, it’s not that huge as it’s only a two door fridge and they go up to 4 to 5 door fridges… Some kitchens also have 6 burner stoves and more than one oven… for those who really like to cook, especially those who like to entertain guests, a big kitchen can be justified…

      It’s just overkill if it’s just one or two people…

  • Avatar Pat August 9, 2017, 1:32 pm

    I think I agree with Jack about the price. I’ve spent plenty of time around that area of the Blue Ridge Parkway–Laurel Fork, Meadows of Dan, Woolwine, and Rocky Knob. GORGEOUS area, no doubt. But very simple build of 400 square feet on a 1/4 acre lot for that price? It’s a long way to a town of any size (medical, shopping, etc). As I age, I think of those things. The cabin is cute as a button, though I, too, would have preferred a smaller refrigerator, maybe just a galley/one-wall kitchen. After all, it’s a one bedroom. Love that it’s set up for a washer/dryer. I’d be tempted to negotiate for a better price if we lived closer. Would love to know the log cabin details (builder, manufacturer) if those could be provided.

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