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Ghosttowns.com
12-04-2002, 06:07 AM
Originally posted by The Johnsons
Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

The Johnsons

Ghosttowns.com
12-07-2002, 07:26 AM
Originally posted by Mr. and Mrs. Chaney
In Reply to: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by The Johnsons on December 04, 19102 at 07:07:58:


: Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

: It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

: The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

: Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

: Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

: Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

: The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

: Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

: If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

: The Johnsons

Ghosttowns.com
12-12-2002, 06:42 AM
Originally posted by The Johnsons
In Reply to: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by The Johnsons on December 04, 19102 at 07:07:58:


WE HAVE CHANGED OUR EMAIL ADDRESS TO:

shimoda8@earthlink.net

Qny questions? Just ask! Thanks!
=====================================

: Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

: It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

: The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

: Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

: Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

: Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

: The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

: Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

: If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

: The Johnsons

Ghosttowns.com
01-19-2003, 02:44 PM
Originally posted by Paulette
In Reply to: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by The Johnsons on December 04, 19102 at 07:07:58:


My fiance and I would like to know more about the property. Any pictures? Specific location?

It sounds like you have really loved the place and we are sorry you are having to give it up.

Sincerely,
Paulette and Richard
paulettekcred@hotmail.com


: Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

: It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

: The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

: Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

: Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

: Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

: The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

: Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

: If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

: The Johnsons

Ghosttowns.com
02-02-2003, 12:56 PM
Originally posted by Chares Locke
In Reply to: Re: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by Mr. and Mrs. Chaney on December 07, 19102 at 08:26:58:


If this property is still available, I may be interested but will need additional details.

happy trails,
Charles Locke

: : Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

: : It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

: : The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

: : Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

: : Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

: : Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

: : The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!


: : Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

: : If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

: : The Johnsons

Ghosttowns.com
02-02-2003, 12:58 PM
Originally posted by Charles Locke
In Reply to: Re: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by The Johnsons on December 12, 19102 at 07:42:01:


If this property is still available, I may be interested but will need additional details.

happy trails,
Charles Locke

WE HAVE CHANGED OUR EMAIL ADDRESS TO:

: shimoda8@earthlink.net

: Qny questions? Just ask! Thanks!
: =====================================

: : Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

: : It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

: : The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

: : Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

: : Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

: : Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

: : The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

: : Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

: : If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

: : The Johnsons

Ghosttowns.com
02-11-2003, 09:14 AM
Originally posted by jennifer Layton
In Reply to: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by The Johnsons on December 04, 19102 at 07:07:58:


Is this place still available? Please advise. Also, what town exactly are you located by? Am very interested.

Ghosttowns.com
03-11-2003, 07:59 AM
Originally posted by Lynnae Dull
In Reply to: Re: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by Mr. and Mrs. Chaney on December 07, 19102 at 08:26:58:


: : Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

: : It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

: : The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

: : Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

: : Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

: : Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

: : The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

: : Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

: : If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

: : The Johnsons

Ghosttowns.com
07-20-2003, 08:31 AM
Originally posted by Paul Tetreault
In Reply to: Re: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by Lynnae Dull on March 11, 19103 at 08:59:00:


: : : Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

: : : It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

: : : The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

: : : Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

: : : Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

: : : Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

: : : The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

: : : Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

: : : If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

: : : The Johnsons

Ghosttowns.com
07-28-2003, 08:33 AM
Originally posted by Terry
In Reply to: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by The Johnsons on December 04, 19102 at 07:07:58:


: Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

: It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

: The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

: Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

: Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

: Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

: The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

: Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

: If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

: The Johnsons

I also have a walnut log cabin in east central missouri. Its about 30X25' and about 150n years old, in good shape. Would like to sell to someone to have them move it, or will sell in place. my phone is 314-640-0756.

Ghosttowns.com
07-28-2003, 08:35 AM
Originally posted by Terry
In Reply to: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by The Johnsons on December 04, 19102 at 07:07:58:



I also have a walnut log cabin in east central missouri. Its about 30X25' and about 150n years old, in good shape. Would like to sell to someone to have them move it, or will sell in place. my phone is 314-640-0756.

Ghosttowns.com
09-30-2003, 08:57 AM
Originally posted by JOHN S. WAGGONER
In Reply to: Re: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by Terry on July 28, 19103 at 09:33:39:


: : Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

: : It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

: : The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

: : Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

: : Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

: : Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

: : The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

: : Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

: : If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

: : The Johnsons

: I also have a walnut log cabin in east central missouri. Its about 30X25' and about 150n years old, in good shape. Would like to sell to someone to have them move it, or will sell in place. my phone is 314-640-0756.

Ghosttowns.com
10-04-2003, 04:25 AM
Originally posted by Dennis Evans
In Reply to: Re: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by JOHN S. WAGGONER on September 30, 19103 at 09:57:44:


: : : Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

: : : It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

: : : The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

: : : Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

: : : Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

: : : Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

: : : The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

: : : Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

: : : If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

: : : The Johnsons

: : I also have a walnut log cabin in east central missouri. Its about 30X25' and about 150n years old, in good shape. Would like to sell to someone to have them move it, or will sell in place. my phone is 314-640-0756.


Hello, wondering if you still have the two cabins and if you could send pictures of either over the net? I live in Georgia and it would be a long drive sight unseen.

Ghosttowns.com
10-08-2003, 09:35 AM
Originally posted by James Fitzhugh
In Reply to: Re: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by jennifer Layton on February 11, 19103 at 10:14:30:


: Is this place still available? Please advise. Also, what town exactly are you located by? Am very interested.

Ghosttowns.com
10-08-2003, 09:37 AM
Originally posted by James Fitzhugh
In Reply to: Re: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by Paulette on January 19, 19103 at 15:44:21:


: My fiance and I would like to know more about the property. Any pictures? Specific location?

: It sounds like you have really loved the place and we are sorry you are having to give it up.

: Sincerely,
: Paulette and Richard
: paulettekcred@hotmail.com

:
: : Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

: : It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

: : The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

: : Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

: : Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

: : Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

: : The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

: : Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

: : If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

: : The Johnsons

Ghosttowns.com
10-10-2003, 06:06 PM
Originally posted by Jeremy Smith
In Reply to: Re: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by jennifer Layton on February 11, 19103 at 10:14:30:


Is this place still around. I am very interested.
What city is this located in. Please forward any pictures you have.

Thank you for your time

Jeremy Smith

Ghosttowns.com
10-26-2003, 01:20 PM
Originally posted by Chris
In Reply to: Re: Historic Log Cabin/Property For Sale posted by Dennis Evans on October 04, 19103 at 05:25:11:


Please send pictures of both cabins if still available. Thanks.

ukscott1972
04-19-2004, 04:13 AM
Hi,
Is this property for sale, i would be greatful if you could let me know.
Thanks

Scott

ukscott1972@yahoo.com

reltub123
09-21-2004, 10:15 PM
Do you have any pics of the property? Would like lat and longitude settings. Thanks...Mark

dstein
11-28-2004, 02:34 PM
I am interested in the cabin you have posted on the site, could you please provide me with more information, photos and price for the cabin you would like moved?



Many thanks

D-

jellybean1322
10-04-2005, 05:07 PM
Originally posted by The Johnsons
Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

The Johnsons am interested in place please reply to my e-mail thank you

martinez
10-12-2005, 09:14 AM
dear sir!
wondering about your log cabin that ya have for sale?? is it still up for sale??
if ya could send me some pictures of the cabin i would really appreciate it??
at: martinez@stolaf.edu
thank -you!

Johnnie
11-27-2005, 06:33 AM
We have not seen a resonce from the owner of that "Historical Log Cabin" that was up for sale, Is it still for sale??? Maybe the cabin is to remote for us, and the road is to "bumpy" for our vechicle, to check out. What about your vechicle O J are you interested going down that "bumpy" road???

J & S

caver
11-27-2005, 02:08 PM
Look at the original post date.

:)

SCIINDUS
01-22-2006, 03:34 PM
HELLO, IS THIS PROPERTY STILL FOR SALE? we are very interested and have the money to purchase it. we would like to look the property over.
thank you
steve beard
817- 994-4533
e-mail SCIINDUS@YAHOO.COM

thelawlers@centurytel.net
04-18-2006, 06:41 AM
Hi, I was wondering if you could email me more info on your cabin. This is exactly what my husband and I have been looking for. Both of my children were born in Arkansas and are now grown, but we are looking for a special place to retire and fix up for the children and grandchildren to visit and explore. We love peaceful seclusion and nature. We live in Missouri now. Could you please send me any info concerning this property? Thanks, Davida

duffyt
04-20-2006, 11:34 AM
Very interested in cabin for sale in Arkansas. Is it still available? Do you have any photos? map? Thanks. T. Duffy:)

george mackey
05-28-2006, 10:00 AM
if you still have arkansas property im at (georgemackey@bellsouth.net) ph.1-225-275-2193 what town is it close to and road, so i can bring it up on google. thanks george

jhcfun@earthlink.net
10-21-2006, 11:37 PM
Well if you have not sold yet would like to
talk to you about it im just a old hillbilly thats been living in Vegas to long and need to get back on a hill top i have a acre in Putnam County Fla i would be will to trade if you want to go south my email is jhcfun@earthlink.net John.

grimmy
10-27-2006, 05:30 PM
Please e mail me with more info. I would like to know more about the terms etc, adn am telling you that I will live there the rest of my life as my grandmother Belle Starr did in the old west.
grimmy777@hotmail.com

Micheal Burks
11-05-2006, 05:17 PM
I noticed that the cabin has been posted for some time and I am hoping against hope that it has not sold yet.

Please contact me at
bakery_rose@yahoo.com

thank you

LauraA
11-06-2006, 07:00 PM
Bumpbump
;)

mykl777
10-24-2007, 12:43 AM
I may be interested in this property, please email me with details.

madl555
03-25-2008, 12:15 PM
email address for johnsons is no good. i assume this post has been abandoned. if not post a email address or phone to get hold of you. going to arkansas this weekend and would like a look if its not clear down by memphis.

Katy Belle
01-26-2009, 10:57 AM
Hello Johnsons,

Your article was written in 2003. Do you by any strech of the imagination still have a log cabin for sale?

Thank you for your time.
Sincerely,
Katy Belle

irenewhite
04-09-2010, 11:14 AM
Very interesting. What about in phoenix?


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EricDavenport
06-26-2010, 12:38 PM
Hope you received my earlier message, but if not ... I'd be interested in taking a closer look at your property in the Ozarks. Could you forward me some pictures and we'll see if we want to talk further. Looks interesting though. Thanks in advance for the forwards.

Eric

strickland
07-22-2010, 10:11 PM
What kind of terms do you have to offer and are there any pictures??Thanks Stephanie

Tyroler
10-07-2010, 06:23 PM
Log cabin selling may be a Hammer.
Good to know :cool:
Anywhy. Seems johnson isn't at GT anymore.If you shall lock that Topic?

Deborah Blacwell
11-27-2010, 04:16 PM
Is this property still available? I see the date is 2003, but thought I'd ask anyway.

Thank you
Sincerely,
Debbie Mountain


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Originally posted by The Johnsons
Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

The Johnsons

cherokee
01-22-2011, 08:47 AM
Hi, I have tried to email, not valid.....are the 2 properties still available? Please let me know asap. Thanks, The Smiths, ourcharlieboy@hotmail.com
Originally posted by The Johnsons
Due to illness, we are looking for a special buyer who will appreciate our historic home in the Ozark hills of Arkansas.

It is one of the two original log cabins built in an area that later became a limestone mining town that no longer exists (gone the way of other "ghost towns").

The cabin was built over 100 years ago and still has the original hand-hewn logs well in place. The towering rock fireplace is built from rocks quarried from the property--but it does need some repair to make it usable.

Situated on 10 acres which are heavily treed including lots of cedar. Timber can be farmed/sold once property has been paid for. Year-round creek is approx 50' from front of cabin with over 200' of embankment. Wildlife galore!

Artifacts found all over the property (for instance, someone along the way used newspaper for wallpaper and we found a piece of an article describing rescue boats searching for Titanic survivors -- cool!).

Located two miles in on county road from a major highway, close to the White River and all sorts of recreational opportunities. Historic cemeteries closeby and there is a very active historical society/museum in a nearby town.

The cabin does need some TLC but is quite liveable -- in fact we were living in it as we worked to restore it to its original glory. Electric and phone are installed -- but you will eventual want to intall a septic system and a well. There is a public spring in the area and we were told by a "old timer" that there are springs on our property, but we did not have time/money to locate. There are NO code restrictions!

Asking only $20,000 -- terms available. Refrigerator, rain barrel, some furniture included.

If you are interested (or you have any questions), please email us.

The Johnsons

Gordon2191
04-15-2011, 08:20 AM
Are you still selling this property?
Gordon Peterson
gordon2191@gmail.com

gotoaprayer
04-26-2011, 04:14 PM
Hello , I am interested in the available terms please contact me with all the details if property is still available.Thankyou. my email add. is gotoaprayer@yahoo.com.

Mark_taylor
08-23-2011, 04:45 AM
thanks for sharing long detail...
I am looking for any contacts or persons who may have details of property/ land that is for sale on the island.
If any one has any information please email me, I look forward to hearing from you, A BIG thanks to you all.

Zardac
02-28-2012, 05:55 PM
Since its been over ten years, I think I'm going to have to unpack my truck, and stop waiting by the phone.

Only $20,000, with terms available... what a deal!

Tsarevna
03-04-2012, 11:19 PM
Since its been over ten years, I think I'm going to have to unpack my truck, and stop waiting by the phone.

Only $20,000, with terms available... what a deal!

We can start a game with this! :)

Every time somebody fails to check the date of this post, and replies to it like it's active...

You have to take a drink! ;)

southernarch
04-29-2012, 07:39 PM
Interested in both of the log cabines if they're still available. Can you please email pictures if so. southern.arch@yahoo.com. Very interested.

Gary

HighPlainsProspectors
08-21-2012, 09:31 AM
Send me a location and I will check it out. How many acres?

Thanks,
Josh