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Green Gate Log Cabin: A Modernized 120+ Year Old Pioneer Cabin You Can Rent!


This is a 120+ year old Finnish Log Cabin that has been modernized and is now available as a vacation rental in Biwabik, Minnesota. It’s called the Green Gate Log Cabin and to me, it’s the perfect tiny house, wouldn’t you say?

From the outside, it looks like a very simple cabin from the 1900’s. But when you step inside, you immediately notice the modern updates!

Inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and a cozy upstairs sleeping loft. Enjoy!

Highlights

  • 120+ year old cabin
  • Finnish log cabin
  • Modernized
  • Vacation rental
  • Biwabik, Minnesota
  • 15′ x 15′ floor plan
  • Kitchen, dining table, sofa, wood stove, sleeping loft, and full bathroom inside!
  • Air conditioning, in-floor heat, and tankless water heater
  • Available starting at $179 per night and $1099 per week (subject to change)

Resources

  1. https://www.greengateguesthouses.com/log-cabin/
  2. https://www.facebook.com/Green-Gate-Guest-Houses-151630728987/

Images © Ann Nash Photography

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  • Avatar Richard H Chapple Sr

    Comfortable and homey looking. Real nice.
    Looks much larger than 15 x 15.
    a winner here for sure.

    • Thanks Richard! Its the perfect size for a couple and the loft bedroom makes it work as a ‘house’ without feeling cluttered.

  • Avatar Tom Osterdock

    Looks very comfortable and could be a good vacation.

  • Avatar redfish

    First cabin I like in a long time!

  • Avatar MareM

    I love it, so warm and cozy. I could actually live in it, now that I’m retired and don’t need suits and high heels, etc to take up storage. I would need to add a small oven, to bake scones for my tea (daydreaming here). I would even be willing to schlep laundry to a laundromat so as to avoid making this beauty any bigger. Nice, sturdy stairs and railings and a loft with lots of headroom add to the overall comfort. Now, that was all pretending this could be mine to live in; in reality, it is perfect for a vacation. Beautiful decor, my kudos to the owner. Bookmarking this one.

    • Avatar MareM

      I see now there is a countertop convection oven stored out of sight of the photos.

      • It was a tough decision, but we opted for the undercounter cabinet space instead of an oven. But yes, there is a countertop oven/toaster stored in the closet that can be used for scones, etc 😉

  • Avatar Bob

    Leave it to the Fins to show us how to get that much living space out of 225 sq ft. Love every inch of it. And to think it can be duplicated by USA manufacturers perfectly.

  • Avatar Danielle DiLisio

    Fabulous!!

  • The different tasks of daily living, almost radially combined, confer great functionality in the centricity, therefore maximum reception, not dispersion of heat in all the senses… The materials are very sober and consistent with each other and in the context

  • Avatar Nanny M

    A charming cozy classic cabin. Could spend some romantic time here…

  • Avatar Chuck

    Perfect cabin for me and my cat!!!

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