Thinking of building your new log home from a log cabin kit? Here’s what you need to know BEFORE you start exploring log home kits!
deciding where to build
Are you in the process of building a log home?Or maybe you recently built or moved into a log cabin and would be interested in sharing some unique or interesting stories about your log home experiences……
Abraham Lincoln’s farm land is up for sale to raise money for a new log cabin and visitor’s center. Small parcels of the 4-acre tract will be sold to the general public. The monies raised will be used to restore the log cabin that is located on the property.
Do you advise future homeowners in Florida to build a log home, as opposed to a traditional stick-built home? What do you think… how well do log homes hold up in Florida?
We’ve decided to advertise our Dale Hollow Lake property for sale. If you’re interested in building a new home, vacation home, rental home, or lake cabin at Swan Ridge Lake Resort on Dale Hollow Lake, let us know! Here’s more info…
Joe and his wife were recently in Tennessee visiting potential homesites for their future log home. He has compiled a summary of his findings. If you are interested in buying lake property in Tennessee — or you’re simply exploring the option of buying or building a log home near a lake — then I’m sure you will find some valuable information here.
Are you looking to buy a lake lot in Tennessee? Whether you plan to build a log home on it, or a conventional stick-frame home, here are some tips from someone who has thoroughly explored lake property in Tennessee. Just some thoughts…
Douglas Lake has a LOT of expensive, high-dollar homes, so we didn’t even think we could afford to build there. But, there were actually a handful of new developments going up, and we picked out about a dozen or so lots that we felt were well worth looking into.
Center Hill Lake is between Dale Hollow Lake and where we currently live in Williamson County, Tennessee. It only made sense to see what lake property was for sale there, but we never found anything we liked.
Looking for lake property in Tennessee? Did you know that lake FRONT doesn’t necessarily mean lake ACCESS in Tennessee? The thick perimeter of land surrounding every major waterway in this state is technically owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers or the Tennessee Valley Authority. As a result, they dictate what you can and cannot do on that piece of property between your house and the lake.