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Steiner Log Cabin in Brighwood Oregon

by Liz Warren

It's true, once in a blue moon you can buy a piece of Mt. Hood history like this Steiner Log Cabin in Brightwood. It's tucked away near the Salmon River on about a third of an acre. The cabin features classic Steiner signatures including custom doors, staircase with half logs, curved hand railing and stone fireplace. Wood floors flow throughout the cabin which has one bedroom on the main level and a loft upstairs overlooking the living room area and the crossed structural beams of the roof supports. The bathroom even has a claw foot tub.  If you want to take a step back in time, this is the place. Many Steiner fans have toured the property through the Mt. Hood Museum tours in summer. This is one of Steiners earliest builds in the area! $360,000

Steiner Log Cabin Brightwood Oregon

Steiner log cabin living room with one bedroom and a loft              Cozy loft bedroom in a 1930's Steiner Log Cabin in Brightwood Oregon

Vaulted ceilings in this log beamed ceiling with half log stairs to the loft

Mt. Hood Steiner Log Cabin For Sale

by Liz Warren

Steiner Log Cabin   $279,000!

Mt. Hood Steiner Log Cabin for sale

New to the market and rarely available! This refurbished Steiner log cabin has just become available in Rhododendron in the Mt. Hood National Forest. It's turn key ready for new ownership and all the work has been done! $279,000.

Steiner built log homes on Mt. Hood in the 30's and his re-known craftsmanship in the Northwest is coveted. This cabin is one of the classics built in his time. Curved hand rails and half log steps are some of his better know signature characteristics.

The cabin boasts three bedrooms and a large sleeping loft with nearly 1500 sq. ft. of living space. A huge stone fireplace dominates the log beamed living room. Shiny fir floors and original paned windows in a forested setting are special. The Zig Zag River is right across the street and its roar can be heard from the covered porch.

The cabin sits on a tree lined dead end street and typically has good winter access for skiers who are only 15 minutes from the nearest slope. As far as a vacation home, this can't be beat since it's only one hour from Portland!

Turn key ready and all the hard work has been done from the roof, septic, updated kitchen and baths!  Take a tour here:

 

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