This Log Cabin In The North Pole Is Decorated Like Santa’s House!
If Santa Claus were real, his house would look something like this rustic log cabin in the North Pole. Though it may look more like the set of a Christmas movie, this real house was decorated by its owner to look and feel like somewhere Santa would live.
Described as “a toy-lover’s paradise nestled on 25 idyllic acres at the North Pole — perfect for spirited reindeer games” in the listing, the vintage log house was built in the 1800s and renovated in 2013 with modern-day amenities. The cozy residence, that’s estimated to be worth $656,957 according to Zillow, boasts three bedrooms, two bathrooms and “workstations for 50 diminutive craftsmen.” Click through to see for yourselves!
The 2,500-square-foot home is surrounded by evergreen trees and signs that point to the “toy shop” and reindeer “stables.”
A sack of letters, a reindeer portrait and Santa and Mrs. Claus’ coats are on display in the charming little mudroom.
A floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace is the focal point in the living room, where a giant Christmas tree is dressed to the nines. There’s even a rocking chair for knitting sweaters and scarves!
The gourmet kitchen is a baker’s dream, boasting an oven with 12 different cookie settings.
The adjoining dining room features plaid drapes and a table topped with a garland of greenery, poinsettias, pinecones and candles.
Cookies and hot chocolate are an obvious must for a home inspired by Santa.
Festive cheer continues into the master bedroom where kitschy Christmas pillows top the mismatched bedding.
It wouldn’t be Santa-approved without a fireplace — although this one’s chimney looks a little small for sneaking through.
The bathroom is also decked out for Christmas with a plaid shower curtain and a pinecone-embellished wreath.
In the guest bedroom, a garland dresses up the curtain for Christmas, while plaid bedding spreads cheer year-round.
A bunk bed with matching side tables offers a cozy cabin feel.
In the study, a sawhorse desk is flanked by a sewing table and a large window that offers scenic views.
Substantial built-in shelving stores toy prototypes, just like you’d find in Santa’s workshop.
We wonder what’s behind this door? We’ll leave that for the elves to find out.