The Birchwood features main floor living conveniences. A spacious foyer greets you as you enter the home. The adjoining great room showcases a cathedral ceiling and double fireplace that connects to an inviting sunroom. A large kitchen, dining room, master suite, a half-bath, and laundry area that adjoins the garage, complete the main level. The full width front porch and a screened back porch provide enjoyable outdoor living space.
Two bedrooms and a full bath are on the second level. A roomy loft is an ideal space for an office, craft area, or hide-away, and overlooks the great room. This home is a perfect size that makes excellent use of space.
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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.