800 Sq. Ft. 1917 Redwoods Cabin

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It always makes me happy to see people making the best out of something that already exists and this 800 sq. ft. 1917 humble cabin is a perfect example of that. It has been left completely unchanged besides required maintenance and restoration which is really rare. It’s built from all redwood in a village called Inverness in California which is between Tomales Bay and Point Reyes National Park.

The half doors are still there, so are the glass windows, open fireplace and original redwood planking. The cabin has an enclosed sleeping porch with 2 single beds and a master bedroom. There’s one bathroom with a shower inside but there’s also an outdoor shower available on the property. Learn more here. It’s available as a vacation rental. Check rates here.

Images: Boutique Homes

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  1. I love Love both of these 2 800 sq ft. homes. I would love one built with logs & would love to know how much these cabins cost to build? If you could , thank you so much, Brenda

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