Welcome to the Sleepy Hollow Schoolhouse and its faithful companion, the Sleepy Hollow Cabin, both landmarks in this neck of woods. While the Schoolhouse does indeed have a belfry and a 19th century bell that can be rung from inside the house, the interior layout is designed for a vacation retreat. The layout features three large (16’ X 16’) bedrooms; each bedroom has its own 10’ X 10’ bathroom; and, each bathroom has its own claw-foot bath tub and separate tiled shower. The downstairs bedroom has a queen-size log bed; the two upstairs bedrooms have antique brass full-size beds.
Other features of the house include a 30’ X 16’ common area which combines living room, dining area, and kitchen. Please refer to photos for details.
The downstairs has 10’ high ceilings and upstairs 9’; every wall in the house has a natural lime plaster veneer “painted” with a natural lime wash. The downstairs hardwood flooring, dining table and kitchen cabinets are of reclaimed wood salvaged from structures originally built more than 100 years ago.
In short this schoolhouse was built “old-school”.
NOW FOR THE CABIN--- While it is small it has all essential amenities including a loft with full-sized bed. It is according to many “the sweetest little cabin” they’ve ever seen. The photos speak for themselves.
IDEAL LOCATION--- Two minutes to Windells; 10 minutes to Welches and Resort at The Mountain; 20 minutes to Goverment Camp and skiing etc.
Less than 15 minutes to Sandy and 45 minutes to PDX.
You’re invited to call me for more details about the Schoolhouse or Cabin.
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I am a retired carpenter and mason with over 30 years experience. I moved to Oregon from Michigan in 2004 to be near my children and build something special. The " build something special" turned into the Sleepy Hollow Schoolhouse and Cabin.