This Fort Salonga cabin is for the birds in the best possible way.

Listed for $619,000, the two-bedroom, two-bath home has a large wooden deck from which one can gaze upon the tree-lined 0.93-acre property where, with a few well-placed feeders, winged visitors are plentiful.

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“They’re bird watchers — nature lovers,” listing agent Debra Penza, of Signature Premier Properties, says of the current owners, adding that they’re “entertained just sitting out on the deck” watching the avian comings-and-goings.

The original portion of the house was built in 1945 and expanded in 1947 and 1975. The front door opens to a finished lower level, which contains a family room, an office, a bathroom and laundry room. Upstairs, there is a living room with cathedral ceilings, a brick fireplace and wide plank wood floors. Windows on both sides of the fireplace peer out into the grassy meadows on the 0.93-acre property.

Above the living room there is a loft with wood floors and walls, with a banister running along an exposed edge of the space looming above the living room. There is also a large eat-in kitchen with tile floors and stainless steel appliances on the first floor.