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Miller Log House

By chris - Posted on 28 October 2008


      This story-and-a-half log structure with wood chinking is a so-called “bank” building built into the side of a hill. It possibly had a central fireplace at one time. The floor joists on the rear of the building extend slightly suggesting a possible pent roof once was present but is no longer there. It’s a good example of how newer building additions to the original log part can convert a small log building into a lovely modern residence. Good landscaping nicely augments the external appearance. This is a drive-by site.

      Access: 7028 Sell Road, Zionsville, PA. From the previous building, turn right onto Lanark Road and continue west a short distance to the junction of Lanark Road and Limeport Pike. Turn left onto Limeport Pike and continue for 8.4 miles to the village of Hosensack. Turn right onto Kings Highway and continue for 0.1 mile to Palm Road. Turn left onto Palm Road and continue 1.1 miles to Powder Valley Road. Turn right and continue on Powder Valley Road for 0.9 mile to Sell Road. Turn right onto Sell Road and look for to the Miller Log House high on the hillside on the left.

Selected Reference

Miller, Beulah Batman and Barbara Miller Heist
      1976      The History of Powder Valley. Published privately, Powder Valley, Upper Milford Township, Lehigh
                    County, PA

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