A gorgeous wooden home in the heart of Woodland, Oregon, has captured the hearts of visitors for decades.
It was once the residence of local lumberjack John Huggins, and it is one of the oldest surviving timber cabins in the U.S. According to the Oregon Historical Society, the cabin was built by the Huggis in 1872.
But, the family had to move out after the 1890 fire, and the family continued to live in the cabin.
The cabin, which sits on a private property, is open to the public, and visitors can visit the cabin, view the interior and hear about the Hoggins.
It is also home to the “Wood Beautiful House,” a small, rustic, wooden house with wooden floors and a wood roof that houses the kitchen and a fireplace.
The “Wood Beauty House” is a favorite among the public and locals alike, and people often walk through the cabin on their way to work, and enjoy the scenery on their walk.
The Huggin family had more than 40 cabins throughout Oregon, including in a series of cottages known as “Boys Camps.”
The Hoggin Cabin has been on the market since 2012, and was featured on ABC News last year.
“I thought, this is something that I would like to have,” Hugges told the Portland Press Herald.
“So, I had a bit of a laugh, and I was like, well, why not?”
The family is currently looking for a new home, and they’ve already been offered a five-bedroom home in an urban area.
But the Higgins family says that their home has not been sold.
“The family would love to keep this one,” said Huggs.
“We are not in a rush to sell it.”
The house’s story of history and craftsmanship is told in a documentary film, Wood Beautiful House: A Historic House in Woodland by Diane and Paul Huggens, which premiered in 2017.
Diane and her husband, Paul, started their family farm in 1975.
The family began producing lumber in the 1970s, and began to grow lumber for use in building homes.
They sold their first home in 1987, and then purchased the Haggis’ home.
“It was in the middle of the forest and the house was right across the road,” Diane Huggers said.
“My husband said, ‘What the heck, let’s go out and buy it.’
He took us out to the yard, and there was nothing there.
There was no house.
So we went back to the cabin and got it.
And it was like the most beautiful thing we ever saw.”
The family eventually purchased the cabin for $5,000, and installed a new roof and exterior in 2009.
The interior of the cabin is now in use by the family and is home to several animals, including a dog named Charlie.
The house is also filled with beautiful wooden furniture.
Diane Higgers said that she and her family “wanted something that was rustic and beautiful.”
She says that the family has always loved history, and that she hopes to “continue to build things, and to create something beautiful that will inspire people.”
“It’s really nice to see that people are enjoying it and that they are proud of it, and we really appreciate it,” she said.
Diane said that the Higgsons have been looking for the perfect home, but that they wanted something “a little bit more rural.”
“I think they like the way the house looks,” Diane said.