Own your very own piece of Haywood County history. An article in the local newspaper in 1951 stated "This log house, built during the Civil War, in 1861, still stands, is firm and solid. It is now used for grading and storing tobacco and has been equipped with electric lights for night work of classing tobacco." An architect, making a study of old houses in the community in the 1980s said the structure may be half of a dogtrot house that was popular at the time. It was moved from its original standing and put on a block basement foundation where it still stands proud today. Would make a great home, get-away, vacation or long term rental. Ceiling heights are 6'8" in two upper floors so can not count as heated living area; however, cabin is very spacious.