Photos from the article A Lakeside Log Home
|With glass doors opening to the front deck, the living room is perfectly situated for gazing at the lake.|
|The staircase that extends from the front deck leads to a log walkway to lake. The south side of the house includes a door to the basement, which Peter Leyh uses for a workshop and storage.|
|To maximize the view of the lake from the lofts sitting area, casement windows were substituted for the double-hung ones in the original plan.|
|Perched 100 feet above the shore, the main-levels pine deck is a perfect spot for watching the sun set over the lake.|
|With the peak of the roof located just below the tree line and the organic look of the hand-peeled logs, Peter Leyhs house seems to have grown naturally on the wooded hillside.|
|The kitchens dramatic granite countertops are balanced with the dining areas black Windsor chairs and wrought-iron light fixture.|
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