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Rockdale
2498 square feet
3 beds, 3 baths, 2 stories

The Rockdale was designed with main level living in mind. A large, open great room with exposed timber ceilings. A vaulted porch with its own stone fireplace. A private screened porch off the master bedroom suite. A centrally located laundry room off the kitchen.

The Rockdale has everything you need on the main level and a basement designed for your friends and family to enjoy their stay with you. Loads of windows make this open floor plan perfect for a retirement home on the lake or a mountain vacation getaway.

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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!


Designing For Retirement
by Karen Doss Bowman/Loghome.com

Planning a retirement home? The time to think about what should go where is now. When planning a retirement home, people tend to consider ways to reduce the hassles of maintenance and ways to facilitate getting around as their mobility becomes more limited. A few of our experts offered minor design tips that may go a long way in making a retirement home as comfortable as possible.