River Knoll Log Cabin with Mountain View Must See Floor Plans
Living in a log home is a wonderful home to live in and experience. This River Knoll Log Cabin with Mountain View, is a gorgeous cabin to build. The amazing thing about log homes and cabins, is that they have so many benefits over conventionally built homes. Log homes and cabins are very sustainable, as they are made from renewable materials that come from the Earth. Most of the logs come from sustainable tree plantations, where the trees are used sparingly, and then more are planted right away, to grow into more trees to make logs homes from. This works so that we can keep the ancient growth forests alive, with their habitats thriving.
This home, the River Knoll log cabin, from Craftsmen Homes, is a gorgeous, yet simple, log home. It features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and a great front and back porch. The master bedroom is on the main floor, complete with the ensuite bathroom, as well as the other bedrooms, with their own full bathroom too. Everything is on one floor in this cabin. The total square footage of the home is 1,601 square feet. The River Knoll cabin is a great design, and would be the perfect home or recreational cabin for a family of 4 or more if the bedrooms were shared. It has the nice peaked roofs that give it a more modern feel, and it has lots of good sized windows to let in plenty of light to the space.
You can see the floor plans and the great photos of the house, inside and out, on the Craftsmen Homes website. It's nice that they put some photos of how it looks with furniture so you can get an idea of how big it really is. The kitchen is large, with an island, that would come in handy for extra counter space when cooking a big meal for family. There is also a place for dining, and a utility closet that could become a laundry room!
Log homes are not only a pretty affordable and sustainable home to buy, they are also very energy efficient, since the thermal mass of the logs is so great, better than conventional dry wall, because they are wonderful insulators. The owners of the home would use a lot less heat than in a conventional home. You can check out the River Knoll log cabin and other log cabins. Head over to the'For a House' website by following the link in the Read More section below!
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