Bath County Cowpasture River Cabin – Log Home Relocation & Renovation
The Plecker Cowpasture River Cabin is a dilapidation rescue. That means the original antique structure was uninhabitable and required a complete restoration. We moved the white oak structure, which was built around 1810, nearly 60 miles from its original location in a country field to its current riverfront. Homeowner Tim Plecker designed and engineered the entire project.
Country Mountain Homes strives to use as much of the original structure as possible. We used the original logs, upstairs floor, and even rescued the stone from the original fireplaces to use in the front rock retaining wall. The addition is a new post-and-beam structure housing the kitchen, dining room, and bathroom.
Specs: 1,796 sq. ft., 1 bedroom, 1 bath, custom cabinetry.
Check out the before and after photography from our Plecker Cowpasture River cabin project.