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Riverview Treehouse

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· Warrensville, Ashe, North Carolina
1 acre hosted by Mike And Anna H.
1 lodging site
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The cabin is ~20 ft from the back corner of our house on a slope overlooking the North Fork of the New River. It is built on stilts next to a tree giving it a treehouse feel. You’ll have your own access to our side yard gate on natural stone steps. From the gate, there is a short staircase to the 8 X 10 front deck, partially enclosed for privacy. You may encounter our us, our small dogs or cats or us as you pass through the yard. The cabin is 10’ X 12’ with a small kitchen, sitting area, and sleeping area. The outhouse, with a composting toilet, a shower, and hot running water, is accessed through the 8’ x 6’ secluded back deck. The kitchen area consists of a sink, 2 burner hot plate, microwave, Keurig coffee maker and mini fridge. There is a one-lane dirt lane easement just below the cabin that you’ll cross to access the riverfront. A few cars will pass by daily but most of the time it the lane is very quiet. The lane continues along the river for about 1 mile before it becomes paved, making for a lovely peaceful walk. You’ll have unlimited access to the river and riverfront lawn with seating and a firepit. The river is ideal for fly fishing for Brook, Rainbow and Brown Trout. This section of the river is regulated as “wild” public mountain trout water (open year-round, single hook artificial lures only, minimum size 7 inches, daily limit 4 fish). Kayaks and bikes are available for your use. The cabin is a 45-minute float upstream or downstream of two access points. 🐶 Pets are accepted on a case by case basis! Please contact us when you book to let us know what type of animal you plan on bringing!This is a ~ 120 sqft cabin with a view of the North Fork of the New River. It is on stilts on a slope next to a tree giving it a treehouse feel. It has a small kitchen, sitting area, and sleeping area. The 32 sqft outhouse, with a composting toilet, shower and hot running water, is accessed through the 8’ x 6’ secluded back deck. The kitchen area consists of a sink, 2-burner hot plate, toaster oven, teapot, Keurig coffee maker, microwave and mini fridge. The cabin is ~20 ft from the back corner of our house. You’ll have your own access to our side yard gate on natural stone steps. From the gate, there is a short staircase to the 8’ X 10’ front deck, partially enclosed for privacy. You may encounter our us, our small dogs or cats as you pass through the yard. There is a one-lane dirt lane easement just below the cabin that you’ll cross to access the riverfront lawn. A few cars will pass by daily but most of the time the lane is very quiet. The lane continues along the river for about 1 mile before it becomes paved, making for a lovely peaceful walk. You’ll have unlimited access to the river and riverfront lawn with seating and a firepit. The river is ideal for fly fishing for Brook, Rainbow and Brown Trout. This section of the river is regulated as “wild” public mountain trout water (open year-round, single hook artificial lures only, minimum size 7 inches, daily limit 4 fish). Kayaks and bikes are available for your use. The cabin is a 45-minute float upstream or downstream of two access points. The cabin is 20 minutes from the charming town of Lansing with hiking trails, restaurants, and a cultural arts center. Ask us about pottery workshops. 🐶 Pets are accepted on a case by case basis! Please contact us when you book to let us know what type of animal you plan on bringing!
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Marina B.recommends
June 24, 2024
New River Retreat - Tiny Cabin
Treehouse Delight
This Riverview Treehouse is a delight, as are the hosts Mike and Anna. The house looks down at the river, and there are two private porches for viewing. Watching the sun sparkle on the river and listening to bird songs over the gentle sound of the water flowing by is mesmerizing. It puts you in a state of flow. After a few hours, you'll notice that your shoulders are no longer wrapped around your neck. The ease of tiny living is in the beautiful and built-in details; you'll find an outlet where you need one and a shelf on each side of the bed for a drink or to charge your phone. A fridge with a freezer and three cooking options. The bed is comfy, the shower water is hot, and, of course, there is a Keurig coffee maker. You can put the kayaks in the water at the site and do a 45-minute float down the river. If they're available, Mike or Anna will pick you up. The location is ideal. You're fifteen minutes from Lansing, twenty minutes from West Jefferson, and forty minutes from Boone. Several other towns are nearby, so exploring the area is easy. I'll visit frequently; it is a mere three hours from Raleigh.
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Warrensville, Ashe, North Carolina, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of ᏣᎳᎫᏪᏘᏱ Tsalaguwetiyi (Cherokee, East), Moneton, and S’atsoyaha (Yuchi) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Mike And Anna H.

Joined in August 2020
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