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Plan of the Month: Crestview, May 2016
1,096 Square Feet | 1 Story | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Baths

The Crestview is a space efficient, one-level home ideal for those desiring a smaller house, vacation getaway, or retirement home. With all the amenities of a larger home, the spacious great room features a bay window and fireplace in the living area, a kitchen, and dining area with French doors.

A master bedroom suite with a double vanity, a guest bedroom, and second bath complete this cozy home. Front and back porches provide ample space for enjoying the outdoors.


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From the Simple Life Reading Room ... One of Our "Must Read" Log & Timber Frame  Home Articles that will help you find the Log or Timber Frame Home of Your Dreams!


Up On The Roof
by Laura Cleveland/Log Cabin Homes Magazine

When you hear the word “roof” probably the first image that pops into your head is the tried and true asphalt shingle roof that is ubiquitous in the United States. When you dream of your log home, you most likely envision a more rustic roof that will complement the wood and architectural style you have selected. The good news is that you can have a beautiful roof that

In many ways roofing products have come a long way and in others the classics still meet today’s need for energy-conserving roof systems.