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Rose Hill
2530 square feet
3 beds, 2.5 baths, 2 stories

A wall full of windows is the best way to take advantage of any dramatic view, and that's just what the Rose Hill offers. A vaulted heavy timber great room serves as the focal point of this spacious, open floor plan.

The master suite is on the main floor with its own fireplace for easy living and there are two bedrooms and a loft upstairs for the family. The Rose Hill offers striking and unique architecture that make this plan anything but ordinary.

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1st floor Standard Plan
2nd floor Standard Plan
Basement (Optionnal) Standard Plan
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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!


Practical Lighting Tips
By Lisa Fields/Log Cabin Homes Magazine

In a log home the rooms can be dimmer that you would expect. “With dark wall colors like brown, you’re losing 50 percent of your light; it’s being absorbed by the walls” says Katie Sapp, an American Lighting Association, certified lighting consultant at Peak to Creek Electrical.

To counteract the darkness, add a variety of fixtures to your home. Read this article on the use of Track Lighting, making the lighting bounce off walls, Uplighting and more. This article is very useful in planning your new log home.