Log Homes from 1,250 to 1,500 Sq Ft

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Log Homes 1,250 to 1,500 sq ft

These are among our coziest log and timber homes in our stock plan section. Most of these homes are used for getaways, retirement, first homes, homes getting off of the grid, or even hunting cabins; and, we have built many for each of these situations.  If you see something you like, but not exactly what you are looking for, our design team can come up with a custom creation just for you.

Log Home Plans 1,250 to 1,500 Sq Ft.:

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See our work in Timber Home Living – August 2015 – Southern Comfort model

timber home living custom timber log homes-1The Bradshaw home (Southern Comfort Hybrid Home) has been featured in the August edition of Timber Home Living!

Grab the August 2015 ipad edition of the magazine to see the article, or take a look below for more information. Also available on Timber Home Living for Nook.

We had a great time working with Jack and Becky to design, supply and build their home.  Take a quick peak to see how their home turned out.  We couldn’t be happier for them and wish their entire family many years of new family memories.

 

A quick preview of the article follows below: (From Timber Home Living)

For Twenty Years, the Bradshaws spent their summers carefree in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, fishing, hiking and exploring the local sites. So, when grandchildren started filling out Jack and Wendy’s family tree a few years ago, they decided it was time to lay down more permanent roots.

They bought a rental cabin in 2009, but it wasn’t long before they outgrew the small space. “With five grandchildren, it’s a lot of people, a lot of noise and a lot of fun,” Wendy says. “We needed a bigger place where we could all be together and still be comfortable.”

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Country’s Best Cabins! – Chilhowee Mountain Retreat

country's best cabins may-juneOne of our past homes has been featured in the May issue of Country’s Best Cabins!  Grab a copy and take a look here.  See the online version from Country’s Best Cabins.

The Chilhowee Mountain Retreat, owned by Jim and Mary Haider,  in Maryville, Tn, has been serving their bed and breakfast guests since their establishment in 2008.  They have earned a great reputation, and we sincerely thank them for letting us be a part of their journey.  If you have the time, take a look at their home.  Better yet, book a stay to get to know the Haider’s and the Smoky Mountains — and while you are there, take a look at our construction!  You won’t be disappointed.

*From our previous article:

Jim and Mary Haider first approached us with an idea about owning and running a log home Bed and Breakfast in Maryville, TN. After researching Bed and Breakfasts, they noticed none of the current businesses were log homes. Jim and Mary had been to numerous log home shows and eventually decided to partner with us.  We were excited that they did, and eager to get down to work designing and building one of our custom log homes to be their new bed and breakfast.

Jim and Mary Haider first approached us with an idea about owning and running a log home Bed and Breakfast in Maryville, TN. After researching Bed and Breakfasts, they noticed none of the current businesses were log homes. Jim and Mary had been to numerous log home shows and eventually decided to partner with us.  We were excited that they did, and eager to get down to work designing and building one of our custom log homes to be their new bed and breakfast.

After a short amount of time, it became clear why the Bed and Breakfast industry didn’t have many log homes.  One of the requirements for this type of business is the use of fire sprinkler systems. At the time of the build, it wasn’t immediately obvious how this was to work with an exposed beam, heavy timber roof system on a 6×12 log home.  Another issue was the location of the home.  While mountain living is a very popular location for log home owners, the need for large amounts of pressurized water is typically not a concern of most well systems. This presented even more of a challenge, due to the use of several large, air driven, soaking tubs, a hot tub off of the master bedroom, steam showers in all of the master suites, and an industrial dish washer with large demands for a fast moving water supply.(Read More Here)

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