Exterior of the Log House
The north view of the oldest part of the house (C: 1780) with its leaded glass window in the peak of the great room bedroom is what you see as you come down the driveway. Do you notice the screened porch in the recessed addition (2001)?
The west and south side of the house, including a close up of our flower beds from the summer of 2008 and the handicapped ramp entrance on the south east side. This side also has the screened porch door and Barbara's favorite tree house porch with the "sittin' steps." A great place for an afternoon book.
These are dovetail notches in the oldest part of the house. Pioneer Moats hand cut these notches probably with the help of his 10 sons.
This is our screened porch on the north side of the 2001 addition to the house or you can relax in the hammock and read a book. The hammock is located a short walk east from the house and is invisible from the House. A great place for being lost in a good book. This hammock walk also starts the trail to the old narrow gauge railroad and a gentle walking, woods trail along “Back Run” and the southern border of our 16 acres of land.