1177 Long Hay Flat Road, Shingletown, CA – Just Listed

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1177 Long Hay Flat Road, Shingletown, CA

Just Listed

Property Description

STONECROFT COTTAGE A 1733 Scottish Stone Farmhouse Tucked harmoniously, deep within the woods of Northern California, it’s possible to escape to pure tranquility at STONECROFT COTTAGE. This authentic cottage offers rustic old-world charm, extraordinary architecture and a collection of antiques from around the world. Imagine sipping coffee and watching the sun rise over pastoral, snowcapped Mt. Lassen, surrounded by native vegetation and wild flowers. Gaze across a serene waterfowl pond, complete with a provincial foot bridge, while relaxing on a custom patio made of Pennsylvania Flagstone. Inside, bold textures, inviting colors, subtle lighting and period furniture take you back to a slower-paced, romantic past…a time when life was simple and absent of technology. Every detail, from the fitted beams with hardwood pegs above your head to the wood planks with large inlay tiles at your feet, affirms that no detail has been missed. STONECROFT is a charming home artfully modified and blended with today’s conveniences: stainless steel kitchen appliances, an award winning fireplace, forced air heating, hidden walk-in closets and a laundry nook, just to name a few. Outside, the Arcadian forest lures you across Bailey Creek to the adjacent property, ALSO FOR SALE. This quaint chalet is a perfect guest house with two bedrooms. Its simple interior is made of premium knotty cedar planks, ceramic tile floors with wood inlay and low energy double glazed windows with screens. Enjoy Mother Nature, wild and abundant, as far as you can see from a 362 sq ft deck with built in benches and decorative lanterns. Escape the City, escape the heat, and come home to high-mountain meadows, rushing creeks, migratory waterfowl, tall pines, blue skies, and starlit nights. Both homes are energy efficient, self sustaining, and very GREEN! And, at 4000 feet elevation, a cooling system is not necessary.