1200 Square Foot Log Home (the Compton) for $44,974!
With warm weather now in full effect, Many of us are starting to make plans for the time we have booked off from work. Maybe itís a family or friendís cottage, maybe a rental property youíve been frequenting for years. Itís nice to be able to get out of our daily routine for a week or two during the summer to reconnect with the people that matter to you by escaping the hustle and bustle of the city and our day-to-day lives. For just $299.95, you can purchase the blueprints to a 1200 Square Foot Log Home (the Compton) worth $44,974!
For just $299.95, you could be in the possession of the preliminary blueprints for a 1234 square foot, 3 bed, 2 bath Compton log home. With different log style and corner options available so you can tailor make this beautiful little log home to you and for familyís personality. There is something awe inspiring about the beauty, look, sound and smell of a rustic all log home. Warm, welcoming, able to stand up to the elements, entertaining, barbecues, family reunions, these log home starter kits are the perfect option if you are thinking about getting into the vacation property market and the best part is this concept allows you total control over the construction and implementation of the plans so you know you are going to be satisfied with your investment when all is said and done.
Invest in something that will be in your family for generations. As someone who grew up in a family that fortunately had access to places and properties like these, the memories and experiences I have had in places like these will stay with me for the rest of my life. The all stone chimney, for me, is one of the defining features of this log home. Matching nicely with the slate grey roof, I love to see a big, sturdy chimney stack coming off the back of a log cabin because I instantly visualize the fire inside, warming the house and its occupants. With a large balcony encompassing three quarters of the broad side of the cabin, the structure really harks back to bygone eras to make this really reminiscent of a true frontier home.
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