When it comes to cottages, it’s all about location, location, location—and these two rustic cabins have a beautiful one. They’re situated along the Methow River, a tributary of the Columbia River in northern Washington state. It’s a rare find: the property’s 532-foot long riverfront has a varied habitat of sandy beach and smooth river rock, and the cabins are completely isolated from any neighbours. Although the two vintage cabins are surrounded by lush fir, pine, and cedars, the forest still allows plenty of daylight into the cabin.
The 600-square-foot main cabin has an open-concept layout with a cozy living room and fully-equipped kitchen, which are separated by a stone fireplace. The other cabin which is pint-sized at 288-square-feet, houses a large bedroom, complete with its own bathroom and seating area with a wood-burning stove. Located on nearly 13 acres of private land, these two cabins are perfect for families looking for a weekend getaway spot with lots of room to roam.
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