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Log cabin, once part of Mount Sinai artists colony, lists for $198,900

Built in 1930, the one-bedroom, one-bath home sits

Built in 1930, the one-bedroom, one-bath home sits on a 50-by-200-foot lot. Credit: Albo Agency

A Mount Sinai log cabin dating back to 1930 was once a part of an artists and writers colony built during the hamlet’s early development, its listing agent says. The one-bedroom, one-bath home is listed for $198,900.

The house is set on a 50-by-200-foot lot. Its four rooms include a living room with cathedral ceilings and a skylight.

“It’s a rare, old-fashioned log cabin cottage that’s been preserved with some modern amenities,” says listing agent Linda Albo of the Albo Agency.

The home contains an eat-in kitchen with tile floors. Pine walls and hardwood floors are found throughout the home, which also features a porch and fireplace.

Updates include a two-year-old full bath and a new hot water heater. The residence includes a full, unfinished basement and has oil heat.

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