$77k DIY Log Home $110k Complete Log Home LOOK At These Floor Plans

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$77k DIY Log Home $110k Complete Log Home LOOK At These Floor Plans

This stunning Coventry $110,250 log home package has a wall of windows that let in lots of natural light. The Richmond log home package has the main floor with an open living room/dining room/kitchen, a master bedroom with a master bath and large closet, laundry room, and two additional bedrooms. The main floor also has an outdoor covered deck to enjoy some time outside. The upstairs floor on the Richmond has an open loft area that opens up to the space below. The cathedral ceiling in the open concept downstairs space makes for a spacious feel. On the main floor, the left wing of this log house design has two bedrooms with a closet space next to a full sized bathroom. The right wing of this log house design has the master bedroom suite and laundry room. Upstairs you can enjoy the loft space where you can enjoy the surrounding views. This log house designs has 1,722 square feet of space, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. This is the ultimate log house vacation home; you might even choose to live in this stunning log home design full-time. The upstairs loft in this log home design could be used as an office, family room or guest space.

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When it comes to log house designs and log cabin designs, there are more styles, designs, sizes and floor plans available than ever before. Log homes can be rustic, contemporary or a little bit of both. What sort of log home design would you like to have? Log home designs and log cabin designs are well suited to be built in natural locations, places that are close to lakes, mountains, country or forests. There is nothing quite like looking out from your log home living room out at mountain or forest views; the two seem to go hand in hand. Log homes have been around for centuries. Log homes and log cabins first started being built in Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, and Russia. Log home designs started out by being handcrafted log homes that were typically built using only an axe and a knife. The Scandinavian settlers of what was known as New Sweden brought the craft of handcrafting log homes and log cabins to North America in the early 18th century, where the log house designs were quickly adopted by other colonists and Native Americans in the country. You will still log homes and log cabins standing that were built hundreds of years ago; some are just shells left on the landscape while others have been refurbished and brought back to their former glory. You will even find log cabins and log cabins that have green roofs, especially popular in the Scandinavian countries. A green or a living roof has many purposes when they are used for log house designs and log cabin designs. Green roofs can help with absorbing rainwater, creating a habitat for wildlife, providing insulation.

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The Richmond is just one of the log house designs you will find on the "Coventry Log Homes" site. The Richmond is from the Craftsman Series of log house designs. "Coventry Log Homes" has five series of log houses to choose from when it comes to log house construction. There is the Craftsman Series of log houses, the Tradesman Series of log houses, the Cabin Series of log house construction, the Recreational Series of log houses, and the Timber Frame Series of log house designs. With so many log house designs to choose from, there is sure to be something to suit most any budget, need, and lifestyle of the person who is considering log home living. *