Three Room House

Another wonderfully intact three room Norwegian-built house…

a traditional three room house, main room comprising left 2/3 of house is log, whilst the two smaller rooms of the east 1/3 are framed construction

 

west elevation, summer kitchen in rear

farmstead from afar, granary below silo, various other outbuildings have collapsed

 

primary entrance with side window

inside main room looking toward the two smaller rooms, staircase far left

 

kitchen in back lean-to with easy access to summer kitchen!

 

logs on second floor; two top courses white pine, third course oak

 

1870s-1880s hinge

 

second floor, inside main room looking east into framed 1/3

 

cellar is dry, dry, dry, sill logs show zero rot...amazing!

cellar stairs directly below staircase above, notice full stone treads

 

mid 19th century latch on board and spline door

 

cellar, floor system without rot

garage

 

 

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