First time on the market for this Southland Log Home and two-stall barn nestled along a stream on 5 acres. Constructed in 2005 as a haven from coastal hurricanes the property has been lightly used and appears much younger than its years. The dovetail logs have been recently stained, and the roof was replaced in 2021. It’s a true log home with no sheetrock inside, just warm wood. The floors throughout most of the cabin are walnut with stone used for the bathroom flooring and surrounding the tub. The exterior of the chimney and fireplace is stacked Tennessee fieldstone with a custom mantle created from a log on the property. The kitchen features a farmhouse Corian sink and GE appliances along with plenty of workspace, and a breakfast bar. A Southland Log two stall barn with tack/feed room is a short distance from the front door. The convenience of hot water, fans, lights, and wash rack make the barn a complete package. The property adjoins 93 acres of Nature Conservancy land.