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Sawyer’s Cabin Photos

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Exterior

Aerial View

Yes, that’s a real photo!

Showing the Fire Pit Back of Cabin

You’ll have to imagine the sound affect of the babbling creek out the back. Starter wood provided for the fire pit.

Deck with Teak Table and Hot Tub

This can be your dining table when the weather is pretty.

Hot Tub with a View

Blueberry Field in rows is the foreground, but the Blue Ridge Mountain Range is where your eyes will glaze over.

Blueberry Picking for Guests

If you come in late June, July or August, we know what you’ll want to do! In cooperation with Cloud 9 Farm next door.

Front Door Sign

You’re at the right place if you see this by the front door.

Interior

Large Kitchen Island

It’s a one person gourmet kitchen with full size everything for such a small cabin. But big enough to gather 4 people around this quartz countertop island.

Open Floor Plan

This is it…kitchen, recliners facing the TV and King bed all in the same room.

Do you like to cook... or not?

Either way, you’ll get a hug from this kitchen!

Mountain Laurel Pulls

Only sustainably cut mountain laurel from Cloud 9 Farm gives a rustic touch to the cabinets.

One Bath on Main Level

Walk in shower, plenty of towels, tile floor, efficient space.

Steps to Loft

The climb is worth it when you see the cute bedroom in the loft. This “ship’s ladder” is very sturdy and thick and easy to navigate.

Bedroom

Big, King Bed

With underneath drawer storage. (You wondered where the dresser was, didn’t you?)

Bedroom/Living Room

The camera makes the TV look far away but really it’s easy to see laying in bed. Direct TV and AT&T Wifi.

We saw, you relax.

You’ll be steeped in mid-century sawmilling history of this property if you care to look at our archive posted.

Sawmilling Then and Now

Bob Barnwell with his Work Horses

Prince, Queen and Mag; they plowed the garden and tobacco beds to earn their keep.
We would guess that they also pulled logs when the oxen weren’t employed.

Bob Barnwell Supplied Sawmill Lumber for the Community

Back in the day, sawmill lumber was in great demand. A saw blade like this was in working order on the property 1948-the 1980s.

Moving Heavy Logs

With his team of oxen like these Bob Barnwell was able to clear the woods to make pasture for his cattle to graze. Today, you’ll see those open pastures that he cleared,  some have houses on them.

Jeff, the Sawyer

Jeff carries on the tradition of living off the land. He harvested the trees and made logs into lumber from poplar, oak and pine. See if you can identify them.

This Cabin was Built to Last

And that’s how, Jeff, the Sawyer, likes it to be…built sturdy and strong with quality materials.

Our Band Saw Mill

WoodMizer makes the best lumber for our farm use. Our sustainability plan calls for harvesting select cut trees which we make into lumber for barn building, this cabin building and selling to the public.