This cabin gets its name and design from the cabins used on large western ranches more than a century ago. These cabins were built to supply shelter and basic provisions to the cowboys working the cattle near the fence “line.” Often these perimeter fences would be 10 miles or more from the ranch homestead, making returning to the bunkhouse each evening impractical.
- 667 sq. ft. with a 150 sq. ft. loft.
- Hand-forged iron pulls, latches and hinges
- Massive log beams with axe-cut ends
- Functioning wood-burning cook stove
- Stone fireplace
- Unique, hand-forged chandelier carrying every brand that has been registered on Centennial Ranch; holds 11 candles in glass holders and features a clever pulley system for lowering and raising
- Featured in Marlboro ads and Cabela’s catalogs