A $1.3 million cabin for sale in Ely was owned by Howard and Margaret Hall

A cabin developed in 1939 for a distinguished Cedar Rapids businessman and his spouse is now on the market place in Ely.

Cedar Rapids philanthropists Howard and Margaret Corridor developed the cabin they referred to as the Pal Home as a weekend retreat at 1538 Cliffs Lane in Ely.

Howard Hall, who designed his legacy as a co-operator of Iowa Manufacturing Co., intended the Tudor-design and style house to mirror his enjoy of h2o and as a area to unwind and choose in the normal natural beauty of what is now Palisades-Kepler Condition Park. The forested, 840-acre park on the lender of the Cedar River in Linn County characteristics spectacular bluffs and cavernous ravines. The property was built on a 90-foot cliff overlooking this scenery. 

This $1.3 million home near Palisades-Kepler State Park in Ely was built in 1939. Cedar Rapids philanthropists Howard and Margaret Hall built the home as a weekend retreat cabin.

The house was developed from locally sourced, sq.-lower dolomite limestone, and a copper roof was included in 2010.

The open living room features a limestone fireplace.

On entering the cabin, you will not be able to miss out on the waterfall characteristic and iron gate in the vestibule. The open up living and dining rooms characteristic a statement limestone hearth and a nautical theme. Verify out the panoramic sights of the state park and Cedar River from a line of home windows. 

The primary bedroom and bathroom were renovated in 2010 and retained the look and feel of the cabin.

An comprehensive remodel of the major bed room and lavatory took area in 2010, with awareness to protecting the integrity and continuity of the home.

The renovated bathroom includes a copper sink, concealed washer and dryer, a walk-in shower and built-in cabinets.

The learn lavatory features a walk-in shower, copper sink, constructed-in cabinets and a hid stackable laundry device. The bedroom features a cedar-lined closet. 

The galley-model kitchen with stainless metal appliances contains a concealed entrance to the basement, which residences the mechanicals, together with a geothermal device.

A loft area overlooks the living and dining rooms.

Upstairs, a loft options a sitting room that overlooks the dwelling and eating spaces. An additional bed room in the loft involves crafted-in storage and a rest room.  

Multiple levels of flagstone patio space flank the cabin.

Outdoors, the cabin presents various ranges of flagstone patio room, like a hearth with cast-iron kettle and crafted-in seating.

This cabin nestled in the woods sits on the Cedar River near Palisades-Kepler State Park.

The home involves an supplemental 308-sq.-foot open-principle cabin as properly as two open up pastures on the just about 14.5 acres of intensely wooded land.

The house does not include public obtain, so the new proprietors can expect privateness to examine mother nature and chill out when getting in the views.

To make an appointment to tour the house, shown at $1.3 million, contact Mindy Martin of Skogman Realty at 319-521-3974.