The Log Home - Residential Style Guide

Dated: 03/13/2020

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Zach Lowe's Residential Style Guide: A brief guide to residential architecture styles. Example photos provided below.


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Common Features & Facts

  • Most often built with tall, coniferous trees
  • Pine and Spruce
  • The type of logs used vary based on owner preference as well as what is readily available in the surrounding area
  • Interior and exterior design will also vary from home to home as these large homes are often built to spec
  • A staple of these large wood homes are floor to ceiling windows to allow as much natural light as possible
  • Roof is often similar to that of a conventional home, or will have a steep pitch
  • Not to be mistaken with the more rustic “log cabin” the log home is a much larger and contemporary take on the “log cabin”

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Zachary Lowe

Hello! My name is Zach Lowe, I am a full time Realtor with Realty Executives Home Towne (Shelby Twp). I proudly serve the metro- Detroit area! Real Estate is not just a job to me but a passion. It's a....

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