The Most Darling Little Log House Is Affordable Too


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Log homes and cabins are a timeless, practical and economical type of housing that has been being built for centuries. If you want a beautiful log home you can get this Fabulous Shasta Log Home kit that is available to purchase through eLog Homes. There are so many reasons a log home is one of the most awesome types of building to build. The wood used in most of them comes from sustainable logging plantations, where the logs are replenished once they are used and they are used consciously. With the rise in popularity of log homes and cabins, there are so many places that you can order the pre fabricated log homes and cabins from, and eLog Homes makes it easy and as affordable as possible and doesn't spare anything when it comes to quality materials and service. The beauty of logs make the appearance of the house second to none, plus, they help you save energy by means of saving on heating. Logs have an amazing thermal mass, meaning that they can keep a lot of heat inside the house. The insulation is something that is just built into the logs naturally. So it's no wonder that these are some of the most desirable houses on the market.

This lovely home called the Shasta log home, from eLog Homes, has a very cozy appeal to it. It is quite a sizeable home at 1019 square feet, but it also isn't too large either. This cabin seems to be the epitome of the cabin in the woods. It just has that ambiance about it and would be the perfect place for a couple or a small family to live full time or to use for a vacation property in the summer time, or year round. The stair case leading up to the cabin is quite beautiful and gives you the feeling of a grand entrance, leading up to the porch which is a great size, at 84 square feet. The peaked roofs, and the nice added detail above the main entrance, adds so much to this awesome log home.

The log home has two bedrooms and one bathroom, spread out over two levels, making it nice and spacious. The main floor has the living room and the dining area, with a kitchen and a bathroom, making it wonderful for entertaining. There is also a deck off of the living room which is a great place to relax or entertain outdoors when the weather is nice and warm. The stairs lead up to the two very well sized bedrooms which each have a closet, and then there is ample storage space in on this level as well. There are lots of great windows allowing nice, natural light into the rooms which is so important in any home. It real does look like a nice little cabin that you might find in the Mount Shasta area, which has many sweet little log homes and cabins.

The company, eLog Homes has a great website, showing the cabins that they pre fabricate and distribute in North America. They use Eastern White Pine logs, seasoned and air dried, and hand craft them all. Eastern White Pine is their choice log to use because of the consistent and superior quality to other logs. They have superior stability and high insulation value. This is why only certain types of trees are used for building log homes. Some trees have too many bends and are weaker, so they are not suitable for building. You only want the best of quality when building your home. eLog Homes is a wonderful company that offers the best of quality in materials, and affordable prices to build the log home or cabin of your dreams.


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