I don’t know much about this place except that it’s really stellar. The log part is in the center (one room or megaron plan) and measures something like 15′ x 17′. Like the Bigler House, this one is largely intact and has seen little modification over time. The interior walls are sheathed in narrow-gauge beadboard (circa post 1900). The interior doors are much the same- made by sandwiching pieces of wainscot together- and all have their original hardware.
The future of this house is up in the air, unfortunately. Its owners built a huge new house behind it and had the vision of making this into a little get-away house…but that was five years ago. The house desperately needs a new roof. So, we’ll see what happens.