Kathy and Mark Brost, along with Bentley and Cooper, love the simple life, so a move to a log cabin was not a stretch.
The log cabin dates to 1872. A nearby barn once housed a blacksmith’s shop.
The front door of the home opens into the kitchen. It’s the next room the Brosts hope to remodel. “We’d like to have more cabinet space,” she says.
An outbuilding provides a quiet place for the daughters when home on visits.
It’s a log cabin, so it lacks some of the modern amenities (counter space), but it doesn’t have to be as rugged as a pioneer home. Kathy and Mark Brost have provided some soft touches (pillows and quilts) to make life a little easier.
A bathroom in the home was renovated, but the ceiling was left exposed to maintain the rustic feel of cabin life.
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