There are some log home that just have it all, making this, not just another Log Home Escape. This 2,261 square foot log home has 1,412 square feet on the main floor and 849 square feet on the second level. You also get extra living space with the 648 square feet of outdoor patios and porches, and a two car 637 square foot garage. In this log home, there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms. This log home plan is dominated by the beautiful vaulted ceiling in the open concept living room/dining room/kitchen area. There is two bedrooms and bathroom on the main level. This log home floor plan has a great plenty of outdoor patio and porch space, with a screened in porch area, a covered porch area and an open deck area. Having all this outdoor space is a nice way to extend the living area outside, and you can enjoy fresh air in some of the spaces even while its raining outside in your screened in porch or covered deck. The outdoor patio spaces are great for entertaining and provide ample space to have lots of container gardens and flowers to keep you busy. The upstairs level has a master bedroom with master bath and an open loft area. This log home is a good size for a family to enjoy, with room to have guests stay over. Whether you use it for full-time living or a vacation home is up to you. One thing for sure is that you won't want to leave this stunning space!
You will find this log home floor plan on the Architectural Designs site. They have been selling quality pre-drawn house and log home floor plans for more than 40 years. They offer home plans from over 200 architects and residential building designers from across North America and beyond. One of the good things about this site is that they add to their floor plan portfolio every day, so you always have the opportunity to see something new! The log home plans that you will find on the site come in a variety of shapes, sizes and architectural styles that are suitable for all types of budgets. They offer everything from small starter log homes and cabins to one-of-a-kind luxury log homes. You can also modify the log home plans to better suit your lifestyle and needs. One of the bonus' you will find on the floor plan site is their cost estimating service called QuikQuote, which is simply an easy way of getting a report that will tell you how much a specific log home or design will cost to build in your specific postal code anywhere in North America. The report also allows you to modify your log home plan with changes. You will find log home plans on the site that come from licensed log home designers and architects. Architectural Designs is a privately owned business by Joel and Jon Davis, who have been in business for over 40 years.
Finding the log home plans and designs for your future log home is just one step in the log home building process. Another exciting step in the log home building process is finding the piece of land that you will build your future log home on. You will have to figure out what sort of property best suits your budget, needs, and lifestyle. You will also want to determine whether you are going to buy a raw, undeveloped piece of property or a piece of property in a developed area. There are pros and cons to both ways, and you will want to figure out which works best for you. Building a log home is one of the most exciting things you will do.