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A Charming Log Home With Covered Deck, Take A Peek Inside!

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You can see the Beehive Bungalow, which Tyler and Casey built to replace their parents’ log home. Jubach Log Homes was happy to help them design and build their first cottage-style house. The result is a charming, unique 2 bedroom, 2-bathroom home with a full-masonry fireplace, loft and covered deck with hot tub.


Hocking Hills is the ideal place to escape the hustle and bustle and reconnect with nature. The unsurpassed beauty of Ohio’s Hocking Hills region is almost impossible to describe. There are many natural wonders in the area, including historical caves, stunning natural rock formations and winding rivers. There are also beautiful canopies of forest and miles upon miles of scenic trails. The Hocking Hills region offers something for everyone. Jubach Log Homes can confidently state that there is no better place to escape to in Ohio than the Hocking Hills. You can enjoy this slice of paradise anytime you like by owning a log home in this area.

It’s a wise investment. The region attracts between three and five million people each year. It has also seen steady growth in recent years. Investment wise, a log home in Hocking Hills makes a great investment decision. The area’s property values have remained stable, and if you are interested in renting your log house now or in the future, the steady increase in visitors to the area is a great indicator of potential bookings.

Exterior log quality and care. Jubach Log Homes exteriors are made from northern white pine logs that have been properly dried and then milled in their sawmill to meet their engineering specifications. The wood is treated with a patented wood protector, which penetrates the wood and protects it against water damage and UV damage from sunlight and natural aging. It prevents chalking and other wash-down staining.

Locally Grown and Handcrafted Hardwood. Our exclusive cabinet shop crafted the hardwood used in their interiors from local hardwood. This wood is used in the interior of the house, including the floor, cabinets and paneling. Mixed Wood Walls. They incorporate a mix of maple, red oak and white oak on the interior walls. This allows the natural colors and textures of the wood to be brought into the log home.

Quality Kitchen. The kitchen is where you spend most of your time. Therefore, the company takes great care to ensure that this space is exceptional. They work with a cabinet maker who makes custom cabinets out of high-quality hardwoods. They can be customized with a variety of design features as well as a wide range of colors and stains.





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