This 1860’s Log Cabin Home began its birth in the mid 1700’s when these logs were just seedlings growing on an Appomattox, VA mountain side. Later harvested and hand hewn to create this perfect log cabin. The cabin stood proudly perched on that Appomattox mountain side until it was relocated to its current location in the mountains of West Virginia. This log home estate residence reflects timeless elements from the past, expertly combined with the conveniences we enjoy today. You now have the opportunity to live in the past with all the refinement of modern conveniences. From this 7 perfectly situated acres, one overlooks a picturesque view of the iconic rock formation known as Big Schloss or you can walk to thousands of acres in the George Washington National Forest. Enter this inviting log cabin by first stepping on the covered front porch and walking through the front door into the heart of the home. This cozy, yet impressive room centers on the dramatic stone fireplace built from hand collected stones from the surrounding land. The family can gather around the dining room table while meals are prepared in the fully equipped kitchen. An upstairs loft provides plenty of sleeping space plus a half bath. A full walkout basement area, completely finished, is equally suitable for a recreational area or sleeping quarters. A full bath compliments this level. Exit onto the wrap around deck to view the mountain range and Big Schloss, take a stroll to the pond, or walk to the nearby national forest for a mountain hike. With a brilliant location convenient to the George Washington National Forest, hiking trails, Trout Pond Recreational Area, Lost River Valley, and the picturesque Village of Wardensville, this is an estate for the most discerning owner.