This Lakeside Lodge May Appear Average on the outside, but Its Interior Will Amaze You

This "A Lakeside Log Cabin In Finland" is so charming you'll want to stay there too! Rustic and charming, this tiny log cabin is surrounded by beautiful forests and lovely scenery, so perfect you'll never want to leave.

The Villa Maria is a family sized vacation cabin on a small lake west of Helsinki, Finland. Though the log cabin is modern in design, the log cabin was built using traditional methods. Each of the large diameter logs was scribed and made to fit the one below, and they are joined by hand cut Scandinavian saddle notches at the corners. The log cabin has a 969 square foot floor plan with two bedrooms and a den. This tiny house Finnish vacation cabin also include a sauna. The log cabins main living area is a great room facing the lake. A log beam divides the space into an eat in kitchen and a living room section with a Scandinavian style masonry stove. Large picture windows provide views of the lake while transom windows above bring in extra light.

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