This modern, off-grid, one bedroom, 960 sf cabin was built on a concrete block foundation using lumber produced from white pine trees harvested from the property. The full dimension rough lumber used includes: 4â€ x 10â€ roof rafters and loft floor joists, 2â€ x 6â€ sidewall framing and board & batten siding. Fully insulated, a full-size basement, and steep pitched, painted steel roof. A Jotul (Norwegian) wood stove provides the main source of heat with backup being a Renai propane gas heater. Completely wired for electric, the 8,000 watt generator provides power for lights, running water and refrigeration. Includes a newly drilled, 200â€™ deep, well and conventional septic system. The predominately hardwood and pine forest has been managed for timber production for 25 years or more.