The history of a place can be just as important as the future. The cabin is the connection between what was here and what potential is still yet unrealized, with character and stories still yet to be shared.

A restored 1840's historic log cabin with stone fireplace, adds to the fun and recreation of Wellspring Farm—as well as a reminder and tribute to one of the original settlers, the Samuel Dunn family of Owen County, Indiana. The cabin was professionally dismantled and rebuilt at Wellspring Farm in 2008. It is in excellent, restored condition and a is a great place to entertain, have rustic overnights, or enjoy a sunset on the back porch. 

The cabin can be a guest cottage, an office, an artist's studio, a conference center for corporate retreats ... the uses are up to you. Every moment spent inside will fill you with a sense of history you can't find in a new building, part of the magic of Wellspring Farm.


"Our grandkids used to have slumber parties here, telling stories and using this as a space just for them. The little ones would have tea parties on the porch—it was a magical time for them."

• Stone Fireplace

• Excellent Restored Condition

• Front and Back Porch

• Upstairs Loft

• Scenic Views

With restorations already done, the cabin is ready to be shared through picnics on the porch, sleepovers upstairs, and conversations by the fireplace.


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