Log Home With Stone Fireplace And Floor-To-Ceiling Windows, Stunning! Check Out The Floor Plans

This log house design is the thing that dreams are made. It’s easy to imagine relaxing on the front patio of this log home floor plan, complete with stone fireplace and cathedral ceiling. This log home floor plan is a beautiful design with floor to ceiling windows in the great room that surrounds a majestic fireplace. This log home floor plan has a total of 2,001 square feet of space. On the main floor of this log home floor plan, there are 1,560 square feet of space with 1,065 square feet of space inside with a 495 square foot deck. On the main floor, there is an open living room/dining area and kitchen, two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a large storage closet. The upstairs loft has 441 square feet of space with one bedroom, one bathroom and an open sitting area that looks at the great room down below. A log home floor plan like this is the first step in the log home building process. Once you realize the log house floor plan that you need that best suits your budget, lifestyle and needs, you can begin to make more decisions about your log house build.

You’ll want to balance the size, building materials and budget in your log house build, and that might mean you have to change the square footage of your log house design a bit. Shaving off some square footage, and minimizing special features or reducing the quality or type of building materials can help you save some money. The good news is that with this log home floor plan modifications can be made, so you get the log home floor plan that you want and needs.

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After you have the log home floor plan will work for you, you’ll have to site your home. You’ll want to note the advantages and the challenges of your log house building site, including things such as topography, geography, vegetation, sun, climate, views, wind exposure, and sounds. Then you’ll want to look at how these factors will affect each room in your log home floor plan in terms of views, light, and insulation. You’ll also want to think about how your log house impacts the beauty of the building site, and consider leaving the best parts of your site untouched so you can enjoy them later once the log home is built.