Logan Canyon's Most (In)Famous Cabins Up For Sale With High Hopes Of Public Access
About 8 miles up Logan Canyon, across the river and among several empty cabins, there’s a swimming pool. Built by Depression-era millionaires, it likely hosted business tycoons and Hollywood starlets.
Some time ago, a trespasser must have attempted an exorcism, because the name “Jesus” and a cross are spraypainted on the swimming pool’s wall.
It’s one of the first things someone sees on the tour of Hatch’s Camp, now up for sale.
“We realize that many people would love to come see this property in person. At this time, it’s only open to qualified buyers,” said Eric Jones of Cache Home Realty. “We hope in the future that there may be a way that we could open it to the public.” Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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