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Mountain Log Homes

The mountains — the quintessential idea of where to build a log home.

  1. From the lake, the home's full height is visible, while from the street, it appears low-slung.

    Timber Home in the Catskills is a Masterpiece of Craftsmanship

    The natural beauty just outside this home's expansive windows is matched by the gorgeous wood framing and trim inside. From the curb it presents a low facade, but on the water side it uses large windows and a cathedral ceiling to take advantage of the views.

  2. The Knaffs could have used wall logs as small as 8-inches, but say they chose 12-inch ones "for stability." The home's windows are Jeld-Wen Premium.

    If at First You Don’t Succeed: A Smoky Mountain log home

    A practical approach helps a North Carolina couple’s dream come true.

  3. Set in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, this handcrafted structure by Pioneer Log Homes of British Columbia is the permanent residence for Brian and Karen Wray. As a whimsical touch, Pioneer carved bear paws into the posts supporting the front porch. The home is Green certified due to features such crushed rock around the perimeter of the house, which allows the snow pack to drain back into the aquifer. The owners added a metal grate in the Brazilian Ipe hardwood step leading to the front door so snow would fall through and not create a hazard for their guest.

    Home at Last: Sweat equity pays dividends for a patient Colorado couple

    Brian and Karen Wray's log home won a slew of awards and is certified energy efficient, but it almost didn't happen.

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    Home Away from Home: A Weekend Home in Western Virginia

    A woodsy setting creates the perfect backdrop for the ideal getaway.

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    Mountaintop Makeover: A Mountainside Log Home in Montana

    A Montana couple transforms a ski lodge into their family perch.

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    Family Affair: Pennsylvania Log Home

    Building a second home turns into a true labor of love for one Pennsylvania couple.

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    Timeless Treasure: A Vintage Log Home in Georgia

    Old logs find new life in a Georgia gem.

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    New Mexico Mountain Log Home

    A big-city couple heads to the mountains of New Mexico to build a cozy home perfect for relaxation and stargazing.

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    Family Affair: Virginia Vacation Log Retreat

    A South Carolina couple builds their vacation retreat with fun and family in mind.

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    Teton Blessed | An Idaho Log Home

    An East Coast family settles in the foothills of the Teton Range in a home that's welcoming, bright and certainly unforgettable.

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    Home at Last: A Lake Home in Washington

    A log gem in the Cascades rises as a testament to perseverance and hope.

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    Guitars & Good Times: A Log Home in New Mexico

    A New Mexico home inspires a Texas family to celebrate their mountain getaway through song.

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    A Mountain Log Home in Georgia

    Building on a slice of paradise sometimes means pulling up stakes and getting a better view. One Georgian couple learns it's not as hard as it sounds.

  14. Built for Love

    Family and friends are welcome at a Colorado dream home

  15. Family Friendly

    A small hybrid timber frame lives large

  16. Smoky Mountain High

    Different photos, the floor plan and a longer story ran in the magazine

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    East Meets West

    Different photos, the floor plan and a longer story ran in the magazine

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    Mountain Modern

    A Colorado home combines bucolic scenery with sleek design and decor

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    Combined Effort

    How do you design a custom wood home to meet the specific requests of a husband and wife?

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    Retreat on the Range

    A blend of historic and new architecture ensures a working ranch in Wyoming will endure.


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