Traditional log homes in this style often feature squared logs with wide bands of light-colored chinking showing between the log courses. You can even take the extra step of purchasing logs salvaged from old barns or cabins to create your new home. If you’re going for an Early American feel, keep your design simple and boxy in shape, and try to keep its size in check. Think “cozy cabin” to put you on the right track. Browse our free traditional log home floor plans to find the perfect cabin plan.
The Huntingford SE is grand, spacious and open. It features a large great room with floor-to-ceiling windows to capture your breathtaking views, a main floor master bedroom with en-suite as well as a wonderful, bright and cheery open-to-below loft...
This home allows for comfort and relaxation after a long work week. And open-concept dining and great room area, with soaring cathedral ceilings, offers views of the lake, forest and skies from anywhere in the home.
A slightly more compact and affordable version of the Ascutney model this home still packs all the perks with a covered porch wrapping into an open deck and a wall of windows and doors to let light and views in.