779 Square Feet of Charm in the Indian Trail Log Home for $35,000
Log homes are so charming and cozy, especially this 779 Square Feet of Charm in the Indian Trail Log Home for $35,000. You can build this beautiful log home by getting a kit from eLog Homes at super affordable prices. This one is the perfect size for a couple or a smaller family. It looks like a traditional cabin style home and has all of the things a person would need in a house. More people are choosing to build smaller to be able to afford their home out right than having to pay it off over years and years.
The log home kit can be purchased after you get a free estimate on what it may cost to build. They email the customer with an estimate and then you can order the plans and the materials to build. Its great that they sell the plans separately so you can check out if the building is up to code for any permits you need to be able to build. Once you have the permit, you can pretty much start building or have a contractor build it for you. A log home this size wouldn't be too difficult to build on your own or with some help.
This home is a total of 779 square feet and has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. There is plenty of space, one bedroom is on the main floor with the kitchen, dining room and living room and the other bedroom is upstairs as a loft space bedroom. Kids would love that as long as it was safe for them to climb up there. A very simple yet quaint design, with one porch in the front and a deck in the back, so you can sit out and appreciate nature at its finest.
Log homes and cabins tend to remind us of simpler times. Log homes have been made for centuries and some are still standing to this day. They have been vein built in Canada and the United States since the pioneers started to settle the land when then first arrived from Europe. The people back then made use of the materials they could find in their immediate environment and usually practiced a conscious and mindful approach to all the things they did. We seem to be returning to a simpler time when people work more in this way, with what they have and what is available to them, taking no more that they need. This is a wonderful way to live in harmony with the Earth. You can check out Indian Trail Log Home and more terrific log homes when you go over to ‘eLog Homes ‘ by following the link in the description below.
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