Built c. 1785 and registered as part of the National Historic Trail of Tears. This distinquished home is the purest example of a Native American Cherokee Log Cabin which has been painstakingly restored to preserve the historic authenticity of the original structure. This unique and captivating home includes modern conveniences providing you the best of both worlds: Honoring and preserving the past while enjoying the timeless beauty of the Salacoa Creek Valley.
Amazingly restored Queen Anne in all of York, no detail has been missed. Once seriously deteriorated & declared uninhabitable now restored w/ many modern amenities. Wood floors consist of 5 types of wood. Pocket doors, period lighting, hardware & door hinges have been added, but true to style of home. Sprinkler system in entire interior & exterior of home. Currently a licensed bed & breakfast. Property is taxed w/ reductions until end of 2018.