Imagine finishing your day and traveling down a paved path through the largest U.S. National Forest in the state of Florida. Tall pine stands decorate the landscape along with fluttering monarch butterflies enjoying the nectar of roadside wildflowers as whitetail deer jump into the tree line. Above is a clear blue sky and a family of bald eagles gathering to roost. You turn in on Twilight Lane, a quiet country road. Peace, Calm, and Nature surrounds you as you ease around a bend and turn into the drive. You have arrived. A two-story rustic cedar cabin set back away from the road on a one-acre sanctuary. The structure offers 2 fully functional living spaces and features 2 large kitchens and 2 large master bedrooms with full baths; one upstairs and one down. To enter the residence, you can go into the ground floor garage-workshop then ascend the inside stairs to the 2nd floor living room or walk up the outside staircase onto a sprawling screened deck and enter through the upstairs front door. As you pass through the 2nd floor front door, you come into the main living area: a cozy den on the right with a wall of windows looking out into the forest, and a dining room on the left that transitions into a square-shaped kitchen built for entertaining with ample storage and a kitchen bar counter. In the center of the home is a hallway that leads to back. Bedroom 2 is on the right with a full bath across the hall and the large master suite is in the far back, which opens up to a 10’ x 32’ private screened deck. On the ground floor you’ll find a 576 SF garage-workshop and an 832 SF, 1 bedroom apartment with a full kitchen and spacious living room that opens to the 1st floor screened porch. As you meander around the front yard, you’ll find a patch of blueberry bushes, an avocado tree, and a mature canopy covering ample parking spaces for vehicles, boats and other recreational vehicles. Past the front yard there are 2 main fenced sections of yard, the smaller space on the left side and another fenced area that wraps from the right side yard around to the back and features a fire pit and outdoor shower area. This homeplace is spectacularly located less than 10 miles to all the amenities of Crawfordville, 15 miles to Downtown Tallahassee and 21 miles to Shell Point Beach. The small community is nestled in the 632,890 acre Apalachicola National Forest, which provides water and land-based outdoor activities such as swimming, boating, hunting, fishing, hiking, off-road biking, horse-back riding, and off-road ATV recreation. Apalachicola Wildlife Management Area and Leon Sinks Geological Area are just down the road. Absolutely ideal for a charming country lifestyle! Come on out and visit this rustic country home tucked away in North Florida’s natural paradise.