The Winter Camp Cabin is a fantastic illustration of what a typical log cabin should look like. This log cabin is reminiscent of the log dwellings that European settlers built when they first arrived in the Americas. The first to create these spectacular homes were the Swedes, who brought the concept and architecture from their homeland. They made good use of everything they could find, and they chose trees because they are plentiful and form solid buildings that can survive a long time, according to research. They’re also very accessible in the north. Since then, the log home and cabin business has been continuously expanding. There are also organizations like eLog Homes where you can purchase amazing prefabricated log home kits.
The Winter Camp Cabin log cabin has a nice appearance, is quite simple, and provides enough space for a small party. The cottage is 960 square feet in size and contains three bedrooms and two bathrooms, all of which are located on the main level. This cabin embodies the charm of a wood cabin built traditionally. Instead of being sliced into numerous forms and sizes, the logs are left spherical. They are manually peeled and then placed on top of each other, with notches in the corners to ensure that they stack precisely and form the house’s sturdy corners. The house has a 328-square-foot wraparound porch and an excellent front deck. This would make for a fantastic outdoor space on the cabin, with lots of room to entertain and rest. The inclined roof, together with the large window built into the ceiling level, would flood the space with natural light. There are numerous windows throughout the house, which contributes to the overall pleasant atmosphere.
This log cabin is built and sold by eLog Homes.
I really like how this “Winter Camp Cabin” appears to be laid out. Do you have more details? A floorplan for example? I would be interested in the cost in Canadian funds.
Smaller size 2 bed and 2 bath?
Smaller size 2 bed and 2 bath? How much include transportation to NM