The ‘Pine Cone Lodge’ property, with its white marble stone driveway bordered by a cedar split rail fence, bountiful fruit orchard and vegetable garden, adjacent to the well-maintained and neatly landscaped main cabin, garage and guest cabin, initially struck me as a modern-day version of an Adirondack Great Camp. This 119-acre property and the 1,732 square foot, off-grid home (built in 2009) was originally intended to serve as a seasonal recreational/hunting camp for the Christopher’s family and friends. As the years passed and improvements continued, they decided to make this ‘oasis in the woods’ their three-season home.
The one story, 3-bedroom, 2 bath, main cabin and 3-bay garage were constructed using 2” x 6” framing lumber with fiberglass insulation and exterior log siding. The major source of heat is the woodstove. Propane is used for refrigeration, hot water, clothes drying, cooking and backup power generation. A 15-kilowatt solar system for electric. 3 bay utility garage with machinery and accessories included. All furniture and appliances included also. Creekside gazebo, hunting camp, shuffleboard court, fruit orchard and food plots and tree stands.