Have you ever dreamed of living in a cabin in the middle of the woods? Now, you can take that dream and super-size it by moving into America's largest log cabin.
Granot Loma is a 26-bedroom cabin in Michigan that boasts 26,000 square feet, sits on 5,180 acres, comes with a 3,000 gallon hot tub, an apple orchid and even its own Wikipedia page. It's astounding how majestic the place is, which is an ideal spot for a vacation or retirement home.
The cabin was built and named by its original owner Louis G. Kaufman, who was on the General Motors board of directors, in 1923. The home was made of logs that were imported all the way from Oregon in the 1920s. Inside, visitors can explore 50 different rooms, including a steam room, private boathouse and an outdoor area with a 3,000 gallon hot tub!
So, would you want to live here? It can be yours for $19.5 million (the price recently dropped from 40 million) and is for sale by its owner - just in time for the holidays in Northern Michigan. What are you waiting for?