This Log Home Has the Stylishness of a Royal Residence (Click for Floor Plans)
This lovely Jocassee V Log Home Plan is a place that allows for ultimate family comfort. With A-frame styling, vaulted ceilings, and expansive glass that lets in plenty of welcome sunshine on cold days. The expansive outdoor patio and lower covered patio, offer lots of privacy and extra space. Inside the log home, you have vaulted ceilings over the large living room, dining room/kitchen space and master bedroom.
This log home space has 2,383 square feet of living space, spread out over two floors. The main floor has the open living, dining room/kitchen area, master bedroom with ensuite, full sized bathroom and bedroom. Upstairs has a loft area that could be used for another bedroom, rec room or office space, a full sized bathroom and area that opens up to the downstairs. Have you ever seen an outdoor patio this big? It is amazing, with its log railings, and then another covered patio area downstairs. Decks and patios are a great way to extend your inside space outdoors, offering a place to put a hot tub, barbecue, tables, and additional seating. This log home would work for full time living or as a spectacular holiday retreat. The lower level stonework, also adds to the appeal of this milled log styled home. The front lawn of the place would be great for outdoor activities for the kids, family and friends.
Every log home that you look at has something unique in its build. For the most part, log homes use logs, stone, concrete and metal in their builds. But that is not to say that they all look similar because they certainly don't. There are different types of log home styles and designs. From post and beam log homes to classic log home, mountain style log homes to modern log homes, hybrid log homes to lodge house log homes and more. There are different corners, different types of logs and wood to use, different styles, and more. There have never been so many log home choices than there are today. With so many choices you will want to do your research and find the log home design that works best for you. With that said, there is still nothing with that little rustic log cabin that your grandfather built, that has an appeal all of its own because part of the charm of log homes is the memories that you make in them.
The My Woodhome site is a good place to look if you want to see the wide variety of log home plans and styles that are available. The site also has lots of great log home advice and ideas that will get you on the right track. The site has a host of topics from log home floor plans, log home budgeting and what you can afford, log home plans and log home design. You will be surprised at the amount of log home information out there; this site is a good resource to start. You will find advice on maintaining your log home, how to build green and reputable log home companies and log home products.
There are plenty of steps involved in building a log home. The first one, of course, is deciding that you are ready to build a log home. As important as the log home that you choose, is the piece of property where your log home will sit. This is a location that you are going to spend a lot of time in, and you want it to compliment your lifestyle and the log home design that you choose. Are you going to build on a mountainside, close to a lake or surrounded by forests? There is lots to think of, and so many options.