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Take a look inside this custom log home that sits at the end of a dead-end road in White County, Tennessee. The log home is tucked away in a Park-like setting in mature hardwoods where nature abounds. The neighborhood is quiet and private, with no other houses nearby. You'll be able to sit on your porch and enjoy nature as deer and turkeys wander through your yard. There's even an accessible spring where you can get fresh water. Inside, you'll find a handcrafted log home that has been well maintained, and attention to detail is everywhere, with every piece of wood carefully chosen and fitting together perfectly. The log home layout is open and airy, with large picture windows that let light in throughout the house. The kitchen opens up onto a spacious living room, with room for everyone to relax or entertain friends without feeling cramped or closed off from one another.
There are three floors, including a partially finished basement. The main bedroom and bath are on the main floor, with two bedrooms and another bathroom upstairs. The stacked stone fireplace is the centerpiece of the log home, it can be seen from the great room and also accessed from the basement. Outside, you will find a large 30-foot by 60-foot shop with a concrete floor with an upstairs containing additional space. There is also a 25-foot by 25-implement shed as well as three other storage buildings. The log home property is mostly forested with large mature trees and the terrain is rolling. A great trial system makes navigation easy, so you can enjoy hiking or taking a walk with the dog.
The log cabin is very private and secluded, a custom log home with attention to detail, a stacked stone fireplace, large windows, and exposed beams, 30 foot by 60-foot shop, and 25 foot by-25-foot shed, nature and wildlife abound, and mature trees around the log home create a great setting and a great trail system. The log cabin is located in Sparta, Tennessee that has deep roots in music, deep gorges, and a deep love for nature all fuel a small-town vibe unlike any other you’ll find in Tennessee. It’s a town where you'll find waterfalls and scenic overlooks abound in the area around Sparta and more and more people are starting to take notice.
The area has become known as the Land of Falling Water as the water at Twin Falls rushes out of cracks in the rock just below the Great Falls Dam Powerhouse at Rock Island State Park. The falls are a result of the water taking a shortcut after three rivers in the area were dammed up in the early 1900s. Lost Creek Falls might look familiar if you watched the 1994 Disney Live Action version of The Jungle Book. Crews came to this waterfall (and a nearby cave) to film part of the movie. If you’re looking for great views, you'll want to head out to Welch’s Point, a place accessed via a 400-foot trail from the parking area above it.
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