The 964-square-foot rustic retreat sat beautifully amidst nature’s splendor.
Surrounded by old-growth trees and situated beside the calming trickle of Mark West Creek, the place felt as though it was nestled deep within the forest despite being surrounded by the northern California wine country (Sonoma Valley is directly south, Napa is just east, and the Russian River is to the west).
This gorgeous cabin in California was a retreat built back in the 1920’s, and updated by architect, Amy Alper. Nestled in the woods among redwoods and firs, the home sits atop a creek making it the perfect getaway.
The cabin’s exterior features weathered shingles that gives it a rustic look. Inside the home is a little bit more modern with an open-concept layout and a contemporary interior design.
The home’s ceilings include exposed beams made from reclaimed wood. There’s also large windows to enjoy the surrounding view, and a fireplace to cozy up to when it gets cold.