This quintessential lakeside home was designed thoughtfully using timber harvested directly from the property on Blaisdell Lake. It replaces a one-room structure that was built in 1901. This cozy cabin features a welcoming open floor plan and loft, spacious covered porch overlooking the lake and a fully equipped wet bar complete with retro-designed appliances. 14,000 board feet of lumber was harvested and milled from the property and includes white pine for the exterior siding and trim, interior walls and ceilings as well as red oak flooring and interior decorative trim and baseboards. Oak trees from the property were also used for porch posts, interior support and decoration and stair railings. The keystone from the original 1901 fireplace was saved and replaced in the new artfully crafted design. This efficient cabin is a classic testament to preserving New Hampshire’s unique Lakes Region history, conservation and living comfortably in a small footprint.