7 Cozy, Snowy Cabins For Sale—For $400K Or Less
While many people are sick and tired of the seemingly endless cold and snow that this winter has delivered, others—believe it not–just can’t get enough of that wonderland vibe.
In our opinion, snow is best enjoyed outside the city, in the country, where it stays white and pristine, and activities like skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and the like can be enjoyed.
So, that’s why we set out to find snowy cabins for sale nationwide–all for $400,000 or less. Here are seven great homes on the market:
Four beds, two baths
1,746 square feet
Talk about picture-postcard perfect: This cabin, built in 2000, is located on a sprawling 40-acre lot with a backdrop of stunning red-rock mountains and endless vistas.
The land has animal rights, so you can keep horses and other fauna on the property. Inside, it’s warm and inviting with an open floor plan.
Pagosa Springs, Colorado
Two beds, two baths
2,128 square feet
Seeking a home with character and charm? This is it. Built in 1979, this cabin is surrounded by towering Ponderosa pines and features a wood-burning stove, as well as stone and woodwork throughout.
Other highlights include an updated kitchen, a sunroom, a loft, and a wrap-around deck.
Plus, great powder skiing is just 45 minutes away.
Three beds, two baths
1,980 square feet
If it’s authenticity you seek, this bonafide log cabin should fit the bill. Built in 2008, it’s located on a seven-acre lot with lake and mountain views.
The spacious master suite is a private sanctuary, complete with a large walk-in closet and an adjacent deck. Home chefs will appreciate the kitchen’s new farmhouse-style sink and Canadian-made Heartland kitchen stove.
Two beds, one bath
1,024 square feet
This cabin, built in 1981, is ideally situated for outdoor enthusiasts, with nearby hiking, camping, and skiing.
Plus, it’s just minutes from a marina and boat ramp at Navajo Lake–ideal for fishing and swimming.
After an active day, relax on the covered front porch and take in panoramic views, or warm up by the living room’s large fireplace.
Red Lodge, Montana
Two beds, one bath
675 square feet
This Buettner Park cabin has “cozy” written all over it. Originally built in 1930 and located on two lots, it makes a great vacation house, with the gorgeous Beartooth Mountains nearby.
It maintains a rustic charm but also has some modern updates, like mosaic tile backsplashes in the kitchen and bathroom.
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Cedar City, Utah
Three beds, three baths
2,736 square feet
You’ll be living above the clouds in this 2005 cabin with endless views of mountains and wildlife, like deer and turkey.
Made of rustic log construction, there’s exposed wood throughout the interior–and multiple fireplaces and wood-burning stoves–all imparting a warm, rustic vibe.
648 square feet
This cozy little 1931 cabin is about as rustic as it gets, with no water or plumbing and a stove and a heater that may or may not be in working order.
Translation: It’s prime for a renovation.
And you can’t beat the location, just 30 minutes from Boulder and Denver and located in the rural, mountainous area of Coal Creek Canyon.