Living in a Log House Like This Must Feel like a 365 Day Vacation (Click for Floor Plan)
This Mountain View Lodge Home Plan would be a lovely place to spend the holidays with family and friends. The snow falling in the picture makes you want to hunker down inside around a fireplace, with some hot chocolate and a comfy couch. It's also a place where you can go out, enjoy the scenic views from your outdoor porch, go hiking, do some skiing and a nice winter walk.This beautiful log home has an open Great Room/kitchen/dining with a good sized loft above. Downstairs there is a master bedroom with a full sized ensuite, stone fireplace in the Great Room, a powder room, laundry room and wraparound, covered outdoor patio. This log home is two stories, with a huge master bath, large living area and kitchen for entertaining. This log home checks all the boxes when it comes to log cabin living. The covered outdoor patio that you can spend countless hours on enjoying the scenery, and sitting back in a nice chair and just relaxing. Then there is the beautiful stonework that the outdoor log posts sit in, the log railings and the amazing log cabin details to be found throughout the design.
The location of the log cabin is another thing that makes this log cabin extra special. A big part of the appeal of log cabins and log homes is the location that they sit in. Log cabin vacations homes are typically located in natural areas that compliment the natural materials that they use. When a log cabin is surrounded by nature, it fits in perfectly and looks at home. In turn, you can feel at home not only in the log cabin, but being in nature, where you can breathe in some fresh air, listen to nature, and look out at the big sky full of stars, not something you always can do in the city.
Spending the holidays in a beautiful log home like this is something many people across the country choose to do, and what many others dream of doing. What better place to wake up then in a rustic and lovely log cabin, in the middle of the forest, surrounded by mountains, and snow. When you are in a location like this, in a log home like this, you can't help but to want to see the snow fall. In the city probably not as much. When you have nature and a cozy log cabin to spend your time away in, you feel inspired to enjoy nature, the trees, the weather and the snow.
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Stories you will find on the site include a riverfront retreat timber log home in Montana, Hillside Haven an arts and crafts styled log home, and a lakeside retreat in the Adirondacks. There is a Virginia log home that honors the master log builder Don Chapman and a Wisconsin couple creates a vacation retreat with a blend of rustic and contemporary design. You will also find a log cabin guesthouse that is big on spirit, a natural log home that is simple in design yet spectacular, and a Montana retreat that pairs a no fuss log home design with low maintenance finishes and materials.
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