South Fork River cabin in Ogden Valley
The opportunities to own riverfront property in Utah are rare. This charming railroad cabin is rich in history and is situated on two riverfront lots on the South Fork River with 150 feet of frontage. Just below Causey Reservoir, the river offers great fishing and features year around access.
This adorable cabin was originally used for the railroad workers in construction of the Union Pacific Railroad and was purchased by the Ogden Mayor, Raymond Wright, years ago and moved to its current location. Situated close to the river under the trees, with lush grass and a large deck are perfect for a leisurely day or gathering.
With one bedroom, bathroom and vintage kitchen, the main cabin is cozy. There is power ran to the cabin, with electric heat, a well for the automatic sprinkling system, and two additional buildings including a bunk house. There is a functioning bathroom and septic system on the property, but for those needing the wilderness experience there is also an outhouse. There is land line phone availability as well cell service on parts of the property.
Private but accessible, this cabin is one of the few that allows for year around access and is only 20 minutes to Snowbasin, 20 minutes to Powder Mountain, 10 minutes to Pineview Reservior, 30 minutes to Ogden and an easy hour drive from Salt Lake City. This is one of Ogden Valley’s most adorable cabins a must see for anyone seeking a riverfront getaway.
Brandi Hammon and her team are excited to show you this Huntsville, Utah cabin. Let us know what works for you and we will make it work. 801-745-8400