Wisconsin Cabin Revival

Wisconsin Cabin Revival

Heather Blaha
May 19, 2009

This amazing small Wisconsin cottage featured in Chicago Home + Garden is steeped in history and sincere care about restoration. The one-bedroom tourist cabin from the 1920s has been brought back to life by Tereasa Surratt, who purchased (for $500!) and revived the 11-by-11-foot space after moving it to a plot of land in Sugar Creek, Wisconsin.

With upgrades including a new roof and new electricity, this cabin will serve Surratt and her husband well, as an idyllic, simple, humble getaway. There's nothing we don't love.

Read the full article, "Lake Effect", here; See more of the cabin's details here.

Images: Aimee Herring

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