This lovely wooden vacation home, created by reputed log cabin builders Perr, is sure to win you over. The skilled firm specializes in the construction of weekend cabins and vacation homes out of logs. When you arrive at your vacation cottage, open the door and let the log cabin refresh your batteries. Wood always produces a distinct living environment. That is why log cabins are so popular all around the world. Families with children, in particular, frequently seek refuge from the noise and bustle of city life in a log cabin where they can enjoy nature and fresh air. A log vacation home provides unrivaled living comfort and a lovely living environment. This is aided by the faint and lovely wood fragrance that pervades the house. In the summer, the weekend or holiday log cabin remains naturally cool, while in the freezing winter, no heat is wasted. This is made possible in part by the wood’s natural insulating characteristics.
You can unwind in the comfortable surroundings of your weekend home and holiday log house construction. Every day off becomes an adventure in a vacation home constructed of natural wood, the most environmentally friendly building material. Your fantasy can come true with a PERR log cottage. Perr, with its open stems, provides plenty of room for pleasure and weekend log homes. They may easily be expanded if needed, and they can be utilized as an office building or a clubhouse. They collaborate with you to develop and create your ideal home exactly to your specifications. The cost of a log house varies based on its size.
Perr employs only domestic, winter-like, properly selected, and ideal fine-year-old spruce and fir trunks from Upper Bavarian and Swabian forestry firms with sustainable management for the manufacturing of round log dwellings. These log strains are dried in the air for at least one and a half to three years before being dried again at low temperatures in the drying chamber. As a result, the individual logs have about the same wood moisture content, and there are fewer settlements in log building than usual.
This Log House is designed and built by Perr Blockhauser.