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Freewheeling Mountain Cabin
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Features

Entrance and Deck

General

Doors and Windows

Living and Kitchen Area

Bedroom

Bathroom

 

Entrance and Deck

Front of cabin

The front of the cabin is level with the stabilized soil drive and entry walk. d




Back deck

From the deck at the rear of the cabin one gets a clear view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. d



 

 

General

View toward kitchen

View from the front door looking toward kitchen showing cathedral ceiling and large glassed-in gables. d



 

 

Doors and Windows


 

Living and Kitchen Area

Interior view of bay window

Bay window adds to the interior square footage and increases the level of natural light. d




Gas fireplace

Gas fireplace on wall between the living area and bedroom heats both rooms. d




Woman in wheelchair at cooktop

Cooktop with knee space and up-front controls in 34-inch high counter allows standing and seated people to cook. d




Woman at sink

The corner sink has a lever faucet and usable counter space on both sides. The hand pump is a sculpture.d




Woman at washer/dryer

Stacking washer and dryer with easy access into the washer and controls for both within reach. d


 


Bedroom

Bedroom

Carefully selected and placed furniture allows all users full access to the bedroom. d


 


Bathroom

Bathroom lavatory

The lavatory with ample knee space allows close approach to the sink basin and lever faucet control. d




Shower area

Curbless shower area is equipped with both a fixed overhead shower and a hand-held showerhead on 5-foot flexible hose. d


 

 


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