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I feel a little weird saying this, because we never thought we’d buy a pre-owned home.
I think we’re going to pursue the first log home we saw.
Our thinking at this point:
Maybe it’s not our “dream home”, but it’s just so cute. And it could be FUN!
It’s in Leiper’s Fork. That’s definitely in an area of Williamson County that we’d like to live in. And it’s being offered at a reasonable price.
So the plan is to explore all of our options with regard to this place.
We are kind of looking at it more as an investment… it’ll be fun to live in for a couple years while we’re building our “real” dream home nearby. (Hopefully, still in Williamson County, if not Leiper’s Fork where this cabin is.)
We've gone through the entire process of designing and planning every single detail of our dream log home! We have the blueprints… and the land… and the contractor… and the goal for our log cabin home to be our retirement home. Before you build (or buy) a log home, I have a slew of helpful tips for you — to plan, design, build, decorate, and maintain your very own rustic modern log home. When I'm not fine-tuning the log home of my dreams, you'll find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).