Fortress Log Cabin 1291 Sqft from $84,000 Click to View Floor Plans
You will like the look of this Fortress Log Cabin 1291 Sqft from $84,000 Click to View Floor Plans, it's a nice simple log home plan on two level of living space. The Fortress log cabin plan has 667 square feet of living space on the main floor, and 624 square feet of living space on the upper-level loft.
It goes to show that you don't need a whole lot of space, to live comfortably. This log cabin plan has an open kitchen/dining room/living room, with a full sized bathroom, and one bedroom on the main floor. With an upper level with two bedrooms, and a powder room. This log home design has a nice look to it, with log beams on the exterior that look quite stunning, you will want to take a closer look at this beautiful log home, at an affordable price.
What would you use a log home or log cabin? Many people choose a log home as their main residence, built in an area close to nature, with scenic views and natural surroundings. While log homes and log cabins are also a popular choice to be used as vacation homes, and getaway retreats, also typically found in locations that are close to nature. That is because when we go away we want to get away and relax, often putting away the technology, and trying to spend more time outdoors, whether it be hiking, fishing, boating, swimming, or participating in snowsports in the winter like snowboarding and skiing. Wherever you build your log home or log cabin, you are sure to fall in love with your home or cabin, as they have a certain appeal that is unique to them, a charm that many of us can't seem to resist.
At Home Kits International started in 2010, partnered with Homestead Log Homes of Medford, Oregon. Combined they have over 100 years experience in log home building and manufacturing solid wood home kits. They have designed five model of homes called the Kodiak, Chinook, Wrangler, Fort Rock and the Fortress that have features like saddle notched corners, stacked timbers, steel through bolt technology and timber screws. These log homes are faster to build, and easier to ship, and are precut and more reasonably priced than their log home kits. Their products are geared towards the do it yourself log home builder, and designed to withstand conditions such as hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and blizzards. These log home kits are made out of renewable materials and sustainable wood products, and align themselves with the growing movement towards being green. The log home kits are made out of Douglas Fir, which has been kiln dried to fifteen percent, sawn faced with beveled edges. They also have Lodgepole Pine made in the same grade. At an increased cost, they will manufacture with Port Orford Cedar, which is known to be a strong and resilient wood.
Now more than ever you will see a large variety of log home designs and plans that incorporate all sorts of building designs and techniques. Log homes and log cabins look good no matter where they are built, but they seem to appeal to most to locations that are close to nature, as they are built with the renewable resource of wood. A log home or log cabin that has been built with logs that are from the land that they sit, have an even stronger connection to the land from which they come, becoming a natural reflection of that area. Log homes and log cabins have been enjoyed by people all over the world, both as places to get away and relax and as comfy homes to live.
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