This is a tiny A-frame cottage for sale in Frazier Park, California.
It offers 520 square feet inside and was built in 1970.
Asking price is $92,000. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!
Tiny A-frame Cottage
Awesome Chalet, 1 Bedroom, 3/4 Bath, Rustic Cabin with 2 Decks & Patio. Perfect Weekend Get-A-Way, 520 sq. ft. of Living Space with Loft Bedroom, sitting area, and Balcony. Forest Views from Decks and backyard Patio. Close to Hiking Trails and Neighborhood Market and Deli. Originally built in 1970, meticulously maintained by professional designer adding charm to every square inch of space. Has slept 6 teens on occasion, both couches convert to beds, rich wood paneling, and wood laminate flooring. Compact kitchen with storage space, dining bar adjoining living room with free-standing Danish fireplace and deck. Slightly sloping front yard with mature trees, split rail fence, long driveway to carport and backyard storage shed. Welcoming back patio has wood L-shaped seating area and custom mosaic tile landing to accessible backyard for observing nature or exploring. If you are down-sizing or just want a retreat, please don’t miss seeing this jewel. Easy to care for grounds, lot size 3,950 sq. ft. per Property Profile. DIRECTIONS from PMC: Cuddy Valley Rd, right on Lockwood Valley Rd, left on Lakewood Dr to Foothill Dr, left Lakeview Drive just around the corner to the house on the right.
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