Troy Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Mountain& Stream View...3 Bed, 2 full bath,Sleep 7 adults (using Bunk).
Rustic Cabin that fronts the Schrader Creek and within a half mile of 40,000 acres of state land. HUNTERS WELCOME! The Cabin features a large bluestone patio with a built in fire-pit. Large screened front porch. Kitchen features all modern amenities such as oven, microwave, dishwasher. Kitchen also has an antique cook stove that can be used for additional heat. Living room has a T.V. and a stone/gas fireplace. T.V. is Dish Network subscription. Two bedrooms on downstairs level along with a full bath.
Upstairs is a newly renovated area of the cabin. It is a master suite with a loft area with chaise lounge that looks out over the 29 plus acres and the mountains. Vaulted ceilings with full bath and built in bunk beds keeping the kids upstairs with family if needed. Separate master bedroom for privacy all on one second floor. Oil heat. Two acres of grass to play.
Great mountain views at all times of year. An outdoor enthusiast will find that this cabin meets every need. Dozens of miles of scenic dirt roads for biking, walking etc. Streams and waterfalls and fishing. Come spend some time in big, Northern Pa Woods!
- Events Allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About Nate Bump
I grew up next door to this cabin. It had originally belonged to my grandmother/grandfather and was passed down to me. I played professional baseball for 14 years and was part of the 2003 World Series Champion Florida Marlins.
Why Nate Bump chose Troy
This property has been in my family since the sixties. The mountains, streams, and trees are all a part of me and my upbringing.
What makes this cabin unique
The stars on a cold crisp nite. The day to day changes on the mountaintops whether it be the color of the leaves or the ice that forms near the very top. The wildlife that always seems to make an appearance and make each day feel unique. The history of the valley...a steam train used to travel back through the value to transport wood and coal.