I spent some time the summer of 2017 doing some renovations to the cabin that sits on the south side of our main property. I updated the aircondtioner, added some heating, replumbed the bath, ect. A lot of general cleanup also.
It is now ready for guests.
The cabin has a full bath on porch, refrigerator, stove, grill, microwave, air conditioning, heat and a queen size bed. That is about it, no TV no WIFI. If you are looking to get away to a relaxing setting and unplug, this is one of the peaceful spots I have encountered. (There is good celluar service).
The cabin was built by my grandfather, Floyd Sonnemann in 1931. Floyd was an attorney, but his passion was horticulture. He planted acres of flowers and trees on the property. Many of the flowers still flourish, especially the daffodils that seem to have naturalized everywhere. You can still find many of the nut trees he grafted as well as a large variety of persimmon trees. He called this area “Experimental Gardens”. Floyd passed away young at 57 from a heart condition mowing his nut tree orchard east of the cabin.