This 720 sq. ft. rustic cabin built in the mountains is currently on the market with an asking price of $249,000.
It’s a rustic style waterfront cabin built in 1966 with a .37 acre lot on Lake Couer d’Alene in Harrison, ID.
Inside the cabin you’ll find a main floor bedroom plus an extra two loft bedrooms upstairs.
The community has a beach, dock, and boat launch. Plus it is located minutes from downtown Coeur d’Alene. Please enjoy and re-share below.
720 Sq. Ft. Rustic Cabin For Sale in the Mountains
Images © Laurie Frank
Images © Laurie Frank
Address is 644 E Pine Ridge Dr, Harrison, ID 83833
Learn more: http://www.sothebysrealty.com/eng/sales/detail/180-l-479-rch7e5/rustic-secondary-waterfront-cabin-harrison-id-83833
Contact Listing Agent: Laurie Frank
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why buy a McMansion when you can have something a third the size for the same price.
My sentiments exactly! And the interior is so depressing. Needs to be brightened up a bit and the old fashioned backsplash in the kitchen needs to be replaced. This place needs a lot of work, and even THEN, the price is way out of line.
I’m aware of the “location, location, location” real estate adage and I’m not familiar with this geographic area and maybe it’s a great deal, but for me, I’d expect a lot more for a quarter of a million bucks.
This home reminds me a bit of Little House on the Prairie. The dark wood and ladder access are definitely in keeping with the rustic nature. Is there a floor plan?
I like that it fits such a large table, but I wonder if there is enough sofa space. Hard to tell from these photos.
For this price, I’d expect a lot more than a ladder and a pre-fab molded fiberglass shower next to an exposed hot water tank.
Besides, for that kind of money, I could have one heckuva THOW and a TH for my Mom, too.
Sorry, I’ll pass. Reminds me too much of “Rumpus Rooms” from the 1960’s and that’s NOT a “Good Thing”.
I live about 100 miles from Lake CDA and occasionally pass through the area. The lake bottom sediments are heavily polluted by local mining runoff. Still, as one of only a few large bodies of inland water, the lake is a popular destination and is absolutely overrun by locals and tourists in the warmer months. It was discovered years ago by well-heeled real estate investors and property values have skyrocketed, placing parcels out-of-reach for most middle-class folks. Not a place to build or buy, I’d say, for those in the Tiny House movement. Most of this cabin’s asking price is in the land, and though probably an inflated price, it’s about par-for-the-course for this geographic region. For a fraction of the outlay, I’ll be content to abide in my homemade wilderness cabin, far from the maddening crowd.
I can’t imagine paying that kind of money for so little. The land is gorgeous around Lake Coeur D’Alene, but not worth that IMO. There are a lot of beautiful areas in western Montana and northern Idaho where the cost isn’t anything like that.
Candide Thirtythree, can you reply to me her contact info?
Doesn’t make sense to me. Small house, small plot, large price.
A quarter mil for that? I don’t think so. Especially since it’s on only a third of an acre.