The Seascapes cabin has been in the works for more than a decade, and the new cabin will be the first time in decades that it will be completed.
Seward County commissioner Ken Bensinger announced the cabin in his weekly radio show, The Buck and the Tide, on Thursday.
He said the cabin will serve as a place of relaxation, a sanctuary for a group of people who have not been in one since the early 1980s.
The cabin is expected to open sometime in 2019, but Benserson said the exact date is still being determined.
The Seascapedes cabin, located on the banks of the Red River, will feature a full kitchen, dining area, laundry, living area, dining room and outdoor terrace.
The cabin will have a full-size bathtub and shower, and a separate outdoor patio for outdoor dining.
The entire cabin will house six people, Benserings said.
The outdoor terraces are expected to have seating for up to 50.
Bensinger said the new Seacape cabin will bring a sense of peace to the community, as well as a unique experience for people who don’t live in the area.
“It will bring some excitement and comfort, as we move toward a more sustainable future,” he said.
“The cabin will also allow for a bit of relaxation and to let people get a little more outside in the forest.
We want people to be in a place where they can enjoy themselves, where they don’t have to be at home.”
Seascapes current home, the old Seascaping cabin, was built in 1962 and was purchased in 2016 by Bensingers family for $10 million.