A bright, cheery one-bedroom red log cabin in Miller Place is on the market for $319,000.
The quaint one-bathroom house on Locust Avenue is a log cabin on the outside but is a cozy cottage on the inside, with light-colored hardwoods and tile, a bright and open recently renovated kitchen and bathroom.
"It’s one of those used-to-be summer cottages in quaint Miller Place North, close to the beach and it’s on a really cute cottage block, which I think is really rare in Miller Place," listing agent Nicole Aretz of Signature Premier Properties said. "Amongst large estate homes is this avenue with a lot of cottage-style homes."
The house, on which there is a pending offer, is right outside the historic district and was built in 1950, gutted about nine years ago and completely renovated with new electrical, central air conditioning and a high-efficiency boiler on top of the cosmetic upgrades that make it feel modern and comfortable.
Sliding glass doors from the living room and dining room area lead to a wooden porch and green backyard.
A detached garage, partial basement with interior access and an attic with pulldown stairs provide lots of storage space.
Taxes on the 0.12-acre property in the Miller Place School District are $7,216.