- Living area: 60 square meters
- Land area: 440297 square meters
- Construction year: 1993
On a shoulder of Fox Mountain just outside Free Union lies "Turkey Cove". On the site of an abandoned cabin was reconstructed a similar cabin using logs & boards from an 1844 Appalachian Overhang Loft Barn found in West Virginia. Hand-hewn logs were reassembled with stone foundation, walls and fireplace to which was added a post-and-beam kitchen with vaulted ceiling and all capped with a copper roof. The original hinges and other hardware were saved to hone the composition of this remarkable living art. The cabin has been featured in "Mid-Atlantic Country (Jan/Feb 1997) and "Early American Country Homes" (2011). The property is surrounded by 2,400 acres protected by conservation easement. Privacy is complete with long, walking trails.