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Belmont II
1589 square feet
3 beds, 2.5 baths, 2 stories

One of our most popular models has gotten a makeover! We’ve heard your feedback and now we’ve put it into action by taking the Belmont and giving it new life with a more modern layout. We’ve opened up the kitchen, moved the master bedroom to the main floor and added a private master bath.

To accommodate family and guests, the upstairs now boasts two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a sitting area. All of these changes, but still keeping the cozy charm and curb appeal you love about the Belmont

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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!


Hardwood Flooring Q&A
By The Hardwood Council/Loghome.com

Woods like red oak, white oak, cherry and hard maple can be greener flooring and trim choices than other types of materials used for high-traffic areas. Determining what type of hardwood to use for a floor, or what type of wood to use as paneling or as trim for an office, might seem to be a question of aesthetics, but the process is much more complicated. It’s a matter of architects, designers and builders asking the right questions, which they can learn by studying “American Hardwoods for High-Traffic Areas,” a continuing education course offered through The Hardwood Council.