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Tweed’s log cabin is the stuff of dreams if you’re looking for a home in the woods.
This is one of those luxurious homes that many people only dream about because of its ideal combination of rustic aesthetics, wide open areas, spacious rooms, and picturesque views of the surrounding hills.
The cabin’s main entrance is located on the hillside, there is a lofted level with an open area and bedrooms, and there is a walkout basement level that can be used as additional living space, sleeping quarters, or storage.
The Exterior of the Log Cabin
The main level of this house features a covered porch off the kitchen, as well as an open deck running the length of the front and side of the house.
A simple stone walkway leads down to the bottom of the hill from the porches on both floors above the walkout basement on the home’s backside. In addition to the garage on one side, the basement has numerous windows and a handy side entrance.
The Interior of the Log Cabin
Tweed’s cabin’s log and stone interior is instantly apparent upon entering the residence. The wall you see when you go in is actually the rear of the fireplace in the living room.
The stairs to the lofted level and the basement are on the half-log construction to the right of the front door. The living room may be found to the left of the foyer.
This room is typically used as the cabin’s main gathering place for family and friends. Cathedral ceilings with trapezoid windows or a wall of windows on at least one side are a signature element of such designs.
This traditional cabin features a side door that opens up to the yard. Located at the side or end of the house, it is connected to the rest of the ground floor and the loft above.
The home’s focal point is a fireplace that serves as a temporary divider between living areas while maintaining the open concept design.
You can see here how the main floor flows into the loft above, and how the right side of the room has access to the first-floor bedroom and the second-floor living area and bedroom.
The Kitchen of the Log Cabin
The eating area is located between the great room and the kitchen on the left. The carved archway between them makes the space feel more open and spacious without merging the two rooms into one big one.
Beautiful woodwork adorns the inside of the kitchen, which is U-shaped and features a little bar off to one side of the main cooking area.
The screened porch is located off the kitchen and the home’s rear. I really appreciate how close it is to the kitchen. A convenient alternative to walking around the house every time you need to travel back and forth.
The screened-in porch is comfortable in any weather thanks to the second fireplace, recessed lighting, and ceiling fan. It’s the perfect spot for a summertime lunch with friends or a quiet evening alone.
The Second Floor Log Cabin
When you re-enter the house, you can use the stairs on the side of the front door to go either down to the basement or up to the second floor.
I adore seeing down into the living room from this loft. You can see how much more spacious the room appears after the construction.
A second cozy seating area may be found behind the fireplace. A door on the back wall provides access to a private balcony on the third story, which is another reason why I prefer this addition as an open space on the top floor.
A child would love to spend time in this cozy corner reading or playing a game.
This lovely bedroom with its matching wood bedframe, walls, and ceiling can be found on the second floor.
And on the opposite side of the second floor is this roomy bedroom, perfect for using as a home office/guest room combo! The bedroom on the main level is another airy open area with direct access to the house’s decks and balcony.
In addition, there is a spacious bedroom for the youngsters, complete with two log bunkbeds and a couch area. Each bunk has a twin-sized top and a full-sized bottom, making this a great spot for kids or visitors.
Finally, I must say that I am completely taken by this lavatory. The master bathroom is a genuine oasis, complete with a corner soaking tub and a glass-doored shower.
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