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.
The entire property is available for guest use.
Interaction with guests
I'm very available by cell phone, but do not live in the community where the property is located. Please feel free to reach out with any questions, or if you need localized information.
Other things to note
Mott is a sweet little North Dakota town and the cottage overlooks the Cannonball River that runs through it. Lovely and very pastoral. The local grocery closes at 5:30 p.m. and is not open on Sundays. The local Pheasant Cafe serves wonderful breakfasts and is open through supper. Nearby Regent (15 miles west) has a Cannonball Saloon with a good steak and burger.
Please smoke outdoors. Please cover couches if you have pets. Please remove all food and garbage when you leave.