Robin Hood's Hideout
Robin Hood's Hideout is Havenwald's first storybook style cottage.
Robin Hood's Hideout in the sun
The cottage is built almost entirely of salvaged and vintage materials.
There is a walnut countertop with a coffee maker, dishes and an oak gate-leg table large enough for the most elaborate meal.
The Great Room
From the loft stairs, the stained glass windows are offset by the rustic, shiplapped wood.
Nine of the twelve windows contain rich, stained glass, bathing the cottage in glorious colored light when the sun rises and sets.
Fleur de lis
The lily flower has heralded royalty for centuries. Could Robin Hood have been thumbing his nose at the Sheriff of Nottingham by installing it over the door?
The antique beaded board on the bathroom wall is painted a soothing green, custom made from natural tung oil and earth pigments.
...and plenty of them.
If you descend the hill to the creek, the bridge will take you to the foot of the back bluff.
The back of the property is home to a shady wood, the "wald" in Havenwald!
The creek at Havenwald is known as a wet-weather creek, meaning it only has water when it's been raining. When the water is flowing, it sparkles and trips over stones and a little waterfall.