When a customer first sets out to build a custom log home, they review a variety of plans and designs before finally creating a concept that fits their lifestyle needs. Whether that is a sweeping lodge-like home or a smaller-scale, luxury log cabin, log home designs come in all sizes to review and draw inspiration from. Here are three such plans that show these variations in size.
At 1,500 square feet, the Truckee is a log post and beam plan that showcases the beauty of log home’s without limiting the design. The inclusion of stone and vertical siding on the exterior creates a genuinely unique design. Entering this single-level floor plan through a breathtaking handcrafted entry, the home opens to reveal large living spaces with a patio accessible from the great room as well as the master suite.
Just a little over twice the size of the Truckee, the Woodhaven is a classic handcrafted log home that is a distinguished by detailing like the intricate cross braces on the front and back of the home. The second level consists of three bedrooms that overlook a spacious and open first floor layout. The main level opens to a partial wrap-around porch. Inspiring homeowners all over the country and beyond to build similar designed homes, the Woodhaven is a mid-size plan that highlights the essence of Mountain-style homes and the architectural additions that make it one-of-a-kind.
The Ticonderoga is an expansive, lodge-like design. The 5,600 square feet of this floor plan features textural detailing and imaginative design. This concept is based on the Adirondack style that traditionally pulls inspiration and materials from the surrounding land for its finishing touches. With such a vast space to work with, you are given the ability to include added amenities like specialty rooms. Included in this specific concept is a piano room, study and guest suite. Looking at the entire home as a whole, the Ticonderoga showcases the traditional creativity of architecture in a log home.
To view more log and timber floor plan concepts ranging from small to medium and large sizes, visit the Precisioncraft website: