Picture yourself sitting on this farmers porch on a summer afternoon, looking out over your flower garden, pine trees and grass, surrounded by birds chirping and the brush of wind in the pines.
As you come down the steps and go around the rear of the house, you notice that the door is open on your beautiful barn/garage with the loft. You know you closed that door, and you know you are living in the most private of over 7 acres. The two garage doors are closed, you remember using your opener when you were standing in the kitchen looking out at the path that goes deeper into the woods behind your home. So why is the door ajar? Granted you have not yet put anything of value in the garage, nor in the oversized loft above the garage, so you are not worried that anything was stolen. But you do think about the massive generator in there that is connected to the Gentran to keep your property going in case of power failure. Nah, it would take a massive truck to get that out and they would need to get the garage doors open. So you decide to go back into your house from the side deck and get your cell phone. Once inside, its so cool and inviting that you may spend a little more time than you planned. You just love your new bathroom and the smell of wood throughout the house. When you glance into the living room to check on your fireplace and the overlook of the second floor with skylights, you simply want to relax, but then you remember the door, grab your cell phone and whatever you use to defend yourself and go back out to the garage. You look with yearning again at the path at the side of the garage, but determined, you enter (with a lot of foot stomping) the side door. You see nothing! Everything is where it was on the shelves, nothing is moved. The massive generator is there. So now you venture up to the oversized loft, again very loudly. This was the place you were thinking of making into a game room and it was still in the planning stages. You reach the top stairs and lo and behold, you see something you had never expected!
This beautiful log cabin is on the market for $295,900. It has over 7 acres of private wooded land and is set back from the road. It is almost on the Connecticut line, yet still in Rhode Island at 208A Hartford Pike, in Foster. If you would like to view the inside, which has 3 beds, 1 bath, floor to ceiling fireplace, then check out the Stonehurst Realty Facebook page.