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The Lee Log Home commands your respect as it sits proudly on the hillside, seemingly captain of all it surveys.
Total Living Space 4,254 Sq. Ft. – Main Level 1,447 Sq. Ft. – Upper Level 1,360 Sq. Ft. – Lower Level 1,447 Sq. Ft.
The cathedral ceiling over the kitchen/dining/living area creates a space that is the heart of the home. A use of different textures in the kitchen counters plus a casual eat on counter make it easy to sit and chat with the cook as meals are prepared. The galley style is efficient but open to foot traffic. The family area is located on a lower level, with couches and a pool table that invite you to linger. A small wood stove keeps the room warm on chilly fall evenings. In keeping with the log home style, a lot of natural wood is used throughout the home. The wood is different in shades and types, and carved doors create a look of luxury and style that reflect the homeowner’s good taste and desire for comfort.
The Lees wanted a home with three levels, privacy for family members, and areas that beckoned family and friends to gather. They were pleased with the Beaver Mountain Custom Log Home that the design team gave them. John Lanner, Design Consultant / Project Coordinator for Beaver Mountain Log & Cedar Homes said, “I go to the site. I talk to the customer. Then I sit down and design a place that the customer will love as much as I do.” It is the personal touch that shines through in a custom home from Beaver Mountain.