Driving up the Klickitat valley your senses are greeted with sounds of the river, views of beautiful canyon walls and smells of nature, of adventure in the Columbia River Gorge. On your way to this not so little cabin, you can pull over to do a little fly fishing for steelhead or salmon, bird watch or take a quick dip in the river. Right before the old logging town of Klickitat, you will find this piece of history with endless opportunities that sits on a little over an acre. Built by a first settler of Klickitat - this has been a homestead, train depot stop, general store/gas station and it's ready for you to bring it back to its original glory. This home has good bones and is much larger than it appears. With a spacious bedroom on the main floor and two bedrooms upstairs, all with ample storage including a large basement where you can see some of the stout timber used to build the house framing. So many bonus rooms/extra space ready for your design ideas. Original features like the dumbwaiter and door from the train depot make it truly a unique building. Peek-a-boo views of the river from upstairs. Make it your new home, vacation spot or look into what it would take to make it a short term rental for all the outdoor enthusiasts visiting the Gorge. All boarding the Klickitat trail which is 31 miles of trail between the town of Lyle and Goldendale. No septic system recorded/permitted with county. Well is believed to run dry in the summers. Seller is a Washington licensed real estate agent.