The word Zoar means “A place of refuge” and that is exactly what this historic log home is- a sanctuary from the busy. Built in 1820, it is one of the original log cabins in the National Historic Landmark village of Zoar. It is easy to see why it has been featured in numerous national magazines throughout the years. This home has been carefully and lovingly restored to its original glory but with all modern conveniences. The first floor features original thick cut oak floors, beautiful built-ins, custom made doors and 12” exposed beams throughout. Zoar brick floors, granite countertops and a copper farm sink make the kitchen a perfect mix of new and old. Very functional floor plan with a full bath w/ laundry on the main floor. The cozy fireplace in the living room is the perfect place to curl up with a book. Up the stairs to the 2nd story, you will find a black walnut banister, 2 very large bedrooms with ample closets/storage and a beautiful full bath. The screened in porch with a swing would be the perfect spot to enjoy quiet mornings by the garden. The 3 car garage includes an adorable efficiency apartment with a kitchen/living area on the first floor and loft style bedroom on the 2nd! Whole house generator for home ad garage. So many possibilities! You have to see this wonderful home in person to take in the all flawless details and amazing history.
Updated on May 11, 2021 at 5:26 pm