Main Floor:927 sq. ft
Upper Floor:327 sq. ft
Additional Rooms:recreation room, bunk room
Outdoor Spaces:covered porch, vaulted screen porch, screened dining area, grill deck, covered patio
Other:first floor master bedroom, open living, stone fireplace
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:9', vaulted great room
Home Style:Lake, Cottage, Cabin
Lot Style:small lot, sloping lot, narrow lot
Mountain Moss Cabin is great for a vacation getaway home. You enter the kitchen to a vaulted family room with a cozy fireplace. The master suite comes with a master bath, walk-in closet and access to the covered porch on the rear. The right side of the home is covered by a vaulted screened porch with a fireplace and screened in dining section so you can enjoy your food and scenery at the same time. On the upper level you will find a bedroom and great views into the living room below. The lower level has a bedroom, bunk room and recreation room to help you enjoy your getaway from reality.
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