If This House Were a Woman, I'd Marry It (Click to View Floor Plan)
If you've been dreaming about a log home build, you will want to take a look at this Bobcaygeon Log Home Floor Plan. This 2,127 square foot log home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, so it's a comfortable size to use for full-time living or use as a vacation home at the lake. The Bobcaygeon Log Home floor plan is by 1867 Confederation Log and Timber Frame.On the main floor of this log home is 1,559 square feet of living space. There is an open great room/dining room/kitchen, master bedroom and ensuite, and bathroom. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, a bathroom and a space that opens up to below. This lovely log home floor plan would look good no matter where it goes, it's a nice floor plan for people who like entertaining. The open floor plan on the main floor means that the host never feels left out when guests come over.
1867 Confederation Log Homes began with a simple idea. Their goal was to create distinctive custom log homes that were built on tradition and offered the very best in new log home technology. They wanted to take their warm and inviting log homes around the world. So in 1979, three partners made that dream a reality when they focused their attention not only on style and log home craftsmanship but also on good old-fashioned service and satisfaction.The pride and care they take in every one of their log homes have led the company to become the number one log home manufacturer in North America. Today thousands of families have shared their log home dream from around the world. And over twenty-five years later they are still busy mastering their techniques and developing new technologies and building materials in their quest to deliver the very best log home possible.
On the My Woodhome site, you will find lots of plans for building your dream log home with log home budgeting tips, log home cost saving tips, log home design, log home tours, and log home floor plan fundamentals. You will also find log home design options, log home building step by step, who to hire when building your log home, log home materials and more. Along with log home as a green build, log home furnishings, log home decor, and how to maintain your log home. On this log home site, you will find plenty of log home stories too, with stories about a New York log home that interprets arts and crafts styling in logs, a Riverfront log home retreat, and a Montana timber log home. You will also read about a contemporary timber home and an Adirondacks lakeside log home retreat that offers year-round rest and recreation.
On the My Woodhome site, you will also find log home tips on taking care of and maintaining your log home. You'll learn about the four circumstances that dictate when stripping logs are necessary. These include when there is any film or coating on the logs when there’s a build-up of old finishes when there is any area of the house where the old finish is peeling or cracking, and when there is a glossy finish on the log house. If the log home has had penetrating finishes applied to the logs, or it has never had anything applied to it or if a gentle breeze blows bits of the finish away, you can skip the stripping process altogether and pressure-wash instead. Living in and owning a log home is one of the greatest adventures you will have. When it comes to building your log home, a bit of research can go a long way into getting the log home of your dreams.
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