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980 Sq. Ft. Cabin For Sale in Shelton, WA

This is a 980 sq. ft. cabin for sale in Shelton, Washington.

From the outside, you’ll notice the property also features an additional garage.

The cabin also has a large dormer space for additional living space upstairs.

When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and two bedrooms.

The upstairs sleeping loft bedroom features a large walk-in closet. This property is priced at $125,000. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

980 Sq. Ft. Cabin For Sale in Shelton, WA

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  • Patricia Schneider May 6, 2016, 5:46 pm

    This is a lovely house and for being in Washington, the price is amazing. The upstairs space is impressive and would make a great bedroom, except there is no bathroom up there. I love the kitchen and it looks like there might be room for a small island to work on. In the bathroom, I would put in a walk-in tub because I can’t sit down in a regular tub, nor stand in a shower. The other change I would make is to take up the carpets on the main floor and make sure I had the same wood floors as in the kitchen and bathroom, which I love.

  • Sherry May 6, 2016, 6:33 pm

    This is a very nicely done cabin and priced nicely. I don’t,however, see a refrigerator any where. I agree that the carpet should be replaced with a heartier type flooring. I also love that there is a garage.

    • Marcy Dee May 10, 2016, 6:42 pm

      I thought the same thing at first. There is an outlet halfway up the wall opposite the small island. Presumably, the refrigerator of your choice would go there.

  • Gigi May 7, 2016, 12:34 am

    This house is way out in the boonies, so unless you have a job you can do from home, it would be out as a full-time residence. I am concerned about its history on the market. The price went from way low to $125,00 (too high according to Zillow). Are there issues with the property?
    Don’t get me wrong, I like the house although it would greatly benefit from lightening up all that wood and replacing the carpet.

    • Comet May 7, 2016, 10:18 pm

      LOL—We are right now ripping up the wall to wall carpet in our house which is well past it’s “sell by date” and replacing it with industrial “luxury” vinyl wood planks. Even in just the areas we have done to date this has made a HUGE difference in the look and feel of the space. One thing that was kind of shocking is HOW MUCH dog hair and dirt we now can SEE—even vacuuming regularly we apparently were never getting it all even when it looked clean. It means a bit more sweeping/swiffering but the house even smells better as we no longer have these dust and smell traps. I can’t wait for it to be done! Even thinking of seeing about a whole house vacuum system with those baseboard sections to get the dog hair (three dogs worth with one being a double coated sheepdog) and all the stuff we track in from being in the country—even with mats at every door we manage to drag in enough dirt to start a garden—indoors!

      No carpeting ever again if I can help it!

  • Porcsha May 8, 2016, 12:11 am

    Wow, great house! So much can be done to it. I don’t usually say this but, the carpet must go. Do people realize how impossible carpet is to clean? Then, it needs white paint downstairs to brighten and open the place up. This home will sell, no doubt!

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