$78,800 Pre-Cut Log House Shell. This is The Grand View Log Home

$78,800 Pre-Cut Log House Shell. This is The Grand View Log Home

This stunning Grand View log home kit has a double garage and a three-sided covered wraparound porch with step windows that are two of the gabled sided. The cathedral ceilings have lots of windows to let in loads of natural light to highlight this stunning log home build. This 2,704 square foot log home kit has three bedrooms and two and a half baths. The main floor of the log home floor plan has a double garage, a wraparound covered porch, kitchen, master bedroom and open living/dining room. Upstairs there are two bedrooms and a bathroom. Prices for this log home kit start at $144,600 for the six by eight complete package. The Grand View log home kit comes from the Tradesman Series of log home kits. The Tradesman Series has classic log home designs that have the log cabin look that everyone loves, at affordable prices for every budget.

One of the most important decisions you will need to make when it comes time to building your log home kit is the location in which it will be built. When you are choosing the property for your log house design, you want to remember just how important location is. With that said you would also have to keep in mind your log home budget, as it's easy to fall in love with a piece of land only to find out it's not within your price range. Whether that location is an Oceanside, mountainside, or lakefront lot near your favorite fishing hole. There are a few rules you should consider before making the big purchase. First of all, you want to make sure that the land you are looking at is buildable. It's always a good plan to have a professional real estate agent to guide you in the right direction. If youre buying from a private seller, youll have to do the land research yourself. Another good idea is to take along your log home builder to have a look at the property with you. A builder can help you determine whether or not the piece of land will accommodate your log home plan. The forest surroundings of this particular log home are an extension of the log home itself. You can take elements from the property surroundings and use them in your log home landscaping and for the color schemes, you want to use throughout your log home design. Whether your log cabin is surrounded by mountains, forest, or beside a lake, it is sure to add to the appeal of your home. It's not always easy to build in the location you want, partly because of budget but also because some building sites can be challenging. A mountainside property can be one of the most expensive and challenging properties to build on. Mountain roads can be difficult to maneuver and may require a special staged delivery to the building site. And a steep mountainside building site can increase the cost of outside porches and outside decks. With that said, properties that have creeks and gullies can also be challenging, especially if flooding is a risk you have to worry about. If this is the case, you want to make sure there is enough land to build the log home safely away from the water. This is also something to think about when building on clay.

The Grand View is just one of the log home kits for sale you will find on the Coventry Log Homes site. Coventry has over 60 models of log home kits and designs to suit every log home budget, style, and preference. **

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