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$90k Tiny Log Cabin Built in 1934

This is a 459 sq. ft. tiny log cabin.

It was built in 1934 and is located in Dedham, Maine.

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$90k Tiny Log Cabin Built in 1934

Photos via Estately

Photos via Estately

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Photos via Estately

Photos via Estately

Highlights

  • Dedham, Maine
  • 459 sq. ft.
  • Built in 1934
  • Asking price $89,900
  • Two bedroom, 1 bath
  • 13,068 sq. ft. lot

Year round Lucerne Log cabin with rights to join Phillips Lake beach association, just a short walk away. Good sized living room with cathedral ceiling and stone fireplace with wood stove insert. Full bath with tub/shower. Laundry in partial basement. Property comes with a shed and camper. Sit on the front porch and enjoy the peace or walk down to the beach for a swim.

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  • mary October 4, 2016, 4:33 pm

    I love this. It is perfect for me. How much are taxes? I have to sell my lake house in CT before I can buy it. It is listed on fealtor. Com and Zillow.com in Burlington, CT.

  • Sally Schrock October 4, 2016, 5:49 pm

    Oh be still my beating heart!! I love the rustic coziness of this place, but the winters in Maine are BRUTAL, so alas I must pass. If I had a bit more money, I’d make this my summer retreat and live in California or Florida during the winters. Sighhhh…..

    • Natalie Natalie October 5, 2016, 6:13 am

      I love rustic cozy :) But alas, I can confirm Maine winters are chilly! — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Linda Tracy October 4, 2016, 6:56 pm

    Love Love Love This!!!

  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN October 5, 2016, 10:34 am

    Oh boy…! Just look at those shelves… I’m guessing a collector lived there… Not much information as to any history on this house however… But I am very curious as to why you refer to it as a Lucerne log House.. You see there is no real log house styling denoting the name, there is however a lot of log houses in the out lying area of the Swiss City of Lucerne but none of any one particular styling.. At least none that I can remember as a young man traveling through on a scholastic Junket studying engineering, nor any that I could find in research either… Is it a relocated log house, and I say relocated because in 1934 they did not make cinder-block walls as in the semi basement of this home… I would think it’s original foundation if any to be blue stone seeing how this is a lake house in Maine, and blue stone being the indigenous stone of building choice for a house built in 1934 Maine, but I could be wrong…! But all in all it is a wonderful house… Is it year round living or only seasonal because I believe you had mentioned an association of some kind…? Gosh I love this house but I cant take the winters in Maine, not with all my health issues….! Good luck selling it though…!

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