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  • Take a peek inside this renovated Cambria log cabin

    Laila Tallon and Scott Beukelman made his terminally ill sister’s wish come true by tackling the massive renovation of a weed-choked 1925 cabin in Cambria that had been foreclosed on and abandoned. The result? A new kitchen, plumbing and electrical systems and gas fireplaces that, combined with the home’s original features, created a rustic cabin vibe.

Laila Tallon and Scott Beukelman made his terminally ill sister’s wish come true by tackling the massive renovation of a weed-choked 1925 cabin in Cambria that had been foreclosed on and abandoned. The result? A new kitchen, plumbing and electrical systems and gas fireplaces that, combined with the home’s original features, created a rustic cabin vibe. David Middlecamp The Tribune
Laila Tallon and Scott Beukelman made his terminally ill sister’s wish come true by tackling the massive renovation of a weed-choked 1925 cabin in Cambria that had been foreclosed on and abandoned. The result? A new kitchen, plumbing and electrical systems and gas fireplaces that, combined with the home’s original features, created a rustic cabin vibe. David Middlecamp The Tribune

A log cabin renovation in Cambria turns ocean dream into reality

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