Historic and Gorgeous 1938 Log Cabin Surrounded by the Forest

Take a look inside this 1938 Historic Maltby cabin known as the Endless Spirit in Big Bear, California, United States. The cabin can accommodate up to 7 guests with 4 bedrooms, 4 beds, and 1.5 baths. The historic 1938 Maltby cabin is surrounded by the forest. During your vacation stay, you can enjoy the hot tub, gazebos, and a huge wooden deck. Dogs are welcome with an additional fee. This 2-story cabin has 3 bedrooms and a loft. The loft has a king-size bed, considered the 4th bedroom. The cabin has 3 Smart TVs, a fireplace, granite countertops, and beautiful views. The cabin has a maximum occupancy of 8 including children.

The Endless Spirit is a historic Maltby cabin built in 1938. The cabin is in a lovely wooded area 4 miles from town. With all the conveniences of home, Endless Spirit has a full kitchen with all amenities. It's a short drive to the lake, village, ski slopes, and more. The cabin has room to park 3 vehicles. The Endless Spirit was owned by the current owner's parents when they were a child however, they sold it several years ago, however, in 2015, the current owner stumbled upon the cabin and found it on auction and bought it back, and brought the cabin back into their family.

The cabin features a wood-burning fireplace (please bring your wood, no duraflames as they clog up the stove), strong WiFi, and 3 smart TVs that you can pull in with your subscriptions to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and more. Please note there is no cable TV in the cabin. In the kitchen, you will find a stove/oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, blender, toaster, coffee maker, dishes, pots/pans, and more. It has a fully fenced backyard with a hot tub. Bedroom one has a queen-sized bed, and TV, and is located downstairs, bedroom two has a queen bed and is located upstairs, bedroom three has a single bed but you will want to note that this is a small room located upstairs, and the loft (considered bedroom four) has a king sized bed. There is a TV in this area. This room is at the top of the stairs and must be crossed to get to one of bedroom 2 also known as the loft.

For those who are not familiar with the Big Bear area, you probably wouldn't recognize the term, Maltby. This is because it is named after Gus Maltby, a local builder who used to build at Big Bear in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. Some of the main features that separate this type of log house construction are the exterior half-log siding, the local natural rock he used to make the fireplaces, large porches, and the custom cast iron lighting fixtures. He owned the Bear Valley Milling and Lumber Company and milled the log siding for all of his log cabins there. He is most notably known for the Peter Pan Woodland Club, to which he built and also built cabins on the land to that members of the club belonged.

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