The vintage cabin, likely built in the 1800s, was overgrown with ivy when Jan Paul and Tammy Donelson discovered it. To restore the building, they tore ivy from the exterior and rebuilt the porch roof to make it more authentic to the period. The new porch features a standing-seam metal roof and new cedar posts cut from trees on the site. The landscaped path leads to the two-car garage and beyond that, to the main house.

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