The Shenandoah is one-level living at its best. The footprint features an assortment of corner junctions — rooms jut out here and in there—creating a wonderful rhythm within the space and a lot of architectural interest for a small log home; not to mention awesome outdoor nooks at each entry point.
What’s really cool about The Shenandoah, though, is that the kitchen has finally taken center stage. For years, the cooking and eating space has been inching its way over to great-room status as the nucleus of the home and the area where living begins. With its centralized location in this plan, the kitchen has finally arrived. Three bedrooms, including an isolated master bedroom wing with a conveniently located laundry/mudroom, round out this small but very well planned cabin.
Square Footage: 2,136