This is a lovingly refinished 1910-era folk victorian rescued from demolition and relocated to the banks of the Cannonball River near Mott, N.D., near the Badlands, Black Hills and in grassland prairie country. The west view to sunsets is so restful and wildlife abounds on the river.
This is a "saved" property, circa 1920, that was scheduled for demolition and moved to the present location. Every attempt was made to renovate this wonderful property and maintain the existing character of the dwelling _ there are some signs of its age _ chips in the old enamel sink, for example _ but those are part of the charm.
You'll find that you have plenty of privacy, but feel to walk around and stop in a say hello to whoever you meet. The downtown is small, but friendly.
This is a great place to experience North Dakota! Cute cottage on the Cannonball River with everything you need for a comfortable stay.
Lauren was a great hostess (though we never met). She communicated well via email and gave us a lot of information about the area, which was helpful. She even let us borrow her brothers kayaks, which we did not end up using. The cottage was just what the pictures describe. The locations is remote and quite. It was a very enjoyable place to stay. We would recommed it!
Lauren left us a nice note and left popsicles for us in the freezer... it's the small things you know?
Lauren was great at communication and the cottage was lovely. The porch faces a small river and it is very beautiful. The cottage is in a remote location, so if you are looking for a quiet retreat spot, this is the place to go.