As winter turns to spring, many of you might be waking up to the fact that our state’s best months are ahead and that means it’s prime time to get outdoors. While owning property might seem like a pipe dream in a city this expensive, owning property in rural parts of the state may be a little more reasonable. Here are 6 cozy cabins for sale in Washington right now for under $365,000.
If you’re really ready to ditch city life or have the ultimate escape, this waterfront 1978 cabin on Johns Island could be all yours. It needs a little TLC but with an acre of land, abundant Evergreen trees, salal, and views to Waldron Island and beyond to Canada, it’s well worth the work.
Where: Johns Island, WA
This rustic, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom cabin overlooks Dry Pond and sits on .57 acres. It’s situated in a peaceful, woodland setting, making the 526-square-foot cabin a perfect escape. Inside you’ll find details like an expansive knotty pine living room, a cozy wood-burning stove, and a bedroom loft.
Where: Tahuya, WA
This 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom cabin is tucked between the North Cascades and Colville National Forest. Inside you’ll find warm wood features in the primary suite and living room, a large barn, tool shed, root cellar, garden patch, chicken coop, and more.
Where: Tonasket, WA
You could be the proud owner of this handcrafted and secluded three-level, off-grid, A-Frame cabin on a prime riverside lot in Marblemount’s Cascade River Park. You can hear rolling water from your second-story deck or relax and unwind by the wood stove on the main floor. Plus it’s all been built with locally sourced Douglas fir.
Where: Marblemount, WA
This cabin is truly a dream, with Lincoln logs, original cabinetry, and a stone fireplace. The creek frontage dry cabin sits on 2 separate parcels sold together for a total of 21.56 acres. It’s located just minutes from Mt Spokane ski hill and Bear Creek Lodge. The 480-square-foot log cabin is well worth saving and a true heritage gem.
Where: Mead, WA
This property comes with 11.13 acres and a small, heritage cabin. it’s nestled in a cedar grove and Grouse Creek runs through the east side of the property. What’s more, the 11 acres are right off the county road and have timber value.
Where: Chewelah, WA
Happy cabin hunting!