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The second plan in our Mountain Modern series is the River Run, an exciting, single level timber frame floor plan concept. The timber frame plan’s exterior features two vaulted roof sections that meet above the great room, creating an asymmetrical butterfly shape from the side elevation. PrecisionCraft’s newest design concept, The Buffalo Creek, combines authentic handcrafted log walls and heavy timber frame truss work to create a Western look and feel.
Designed for a stepped lot, the home flows with the natural slope of the land and places its main entrance and view capturing windows on the same side.
The plan’s expanded master suite, located on the second floor, takes advantage of the view with personal access to a covered deck, with fireplace. In this ever-changing digital world, we wanted to get ahead of the curve and meet the growing demand for tablet-specific content.
The magazine will also feature exclusive stories and breathtaking pictures from some of our most exciting homes, as well as informative articles about design, building and energy efficiency.
For a limited time, we are offering the first issue of the magazine, which has over 50 pages of content, for only $2.99! When we’re dreaming and doodling a log home into existence, most of us focus on things like floor plan and traffic flow, log style and guest accommodations.  But you’re sure to want livable outdoor spaces, too, so planning for them early is a smart move that will help you get the most out of your dream log home. The Log Home Floor Plan Blog is proudly powered by WordPressEntries (RSS) and Comments (RSS). Ben--You will need to contact the log producer to determine the actual cost, but a bare-bones estimate of $150 to $175 per square foot should put you in the ballpark.
If I like it and decide to continue, I'll get 11 more issues (12 in all) for just $14.95, a savings of 75%! Our monthly newsletter is packed with log home inspiration ideas plus new product updates and specials. Whether you already live in one of these popular styles or you are looking for a new abode, look at a few of the most popular iconic American home design styles.

Inside, 2,618 square feet are divided between the kitchen, dining and great room space and two bedroom wings on either side of the main corridor. As a result, we created Rustic Architecture, one of the first in digital magazines that offers completely interactive content — from advertising to floorplan galleries to map exploration and much more! Downstairs, the walkout lower level offers a suite with two bedrooms, laundry, a full bath and its own entrance. If for any reason I decide not to continue, I'll write cancel on the invoice and owe nothing.
The design also includes a two car garage, mudroom and two back porches with timber pergolas.
Designed as a dedicated barbeque area, this patio is also large enough that the cook can have some company. Placed at the corner of the house, it capitalizes on the view due to both its height and its two open walls, while the two solid walls offer protection from the wind. Perhaps an outdoor extension of the dining room would facilitate the al fresco dinners you love. On the exterior, the classic colonnade porches and symmetrical details are borrowed from the British detailing of the early 18th century, when immigrants decorated their own homes. Adding to the considerable romance of the balcony is its stone fireplace, which allows the space to serve as a three-season outdoor room. Planning for outdoor spaces early on will help you maximize living space – and the enjoyment of your log home.
The early 19th century brought the Tudor style to America and is reminiscent from European medieval homes in England.
Dormer windows, bedrooms that have plenty of light, and old world styling in wood detailing are symbolic for these details. Victorian styles borrows many French inspiring details around the windows, doors, and have ornate details and attention to detail in every part of these classic style homes.

A turret, projecting bay windows, towers, and stories of windows that look out over wrap around porches and balconies are gorgeous.
While early log cabins were predominantly located in mountainous American rural areas, today modern log cabins are becoming a popular staple on ranches and country estates as well as in the mountains.
The sturdy built homes are known for their rustic appeal of wood species such as red cedar, bald cypress, and white pine timber woods.
The interiors boast panoramic window views of the outdoors and can be in a single or multi-story floor plan layouts.
Log cabins were once modest dwellings but now are featured amongst some of the most expensive homes in America.
Ranch style homes can borrow architectural styles from the Craftsman bungalows to Prairie style homes with their large overhanging and low slope rooflines. The interiors gave way to the now popular “great-room” floor plan concept – where clearly defined rooms were not as important as entertaining and combining living, kitchen and family areas took priority.
If you live in a Ranch style home you probably enjoy panoramic views and sliding glass doors looking out over your backyard.
Urban cities love their brownstone and urban loft living, while the American farmhouse style has made farm living a popular and nostalgic architectural style as well. Is it possible to get a house plan for the one shown under colonial style?Thank you very much.

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