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A Modern Log Cabin With Suspension Bridge and a Treehouse

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This Waltham, Vermont log cabin has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and 3,355 sq. feet of space. This custom-built retreat is beautifully constructed in the woods in Vermont. It will inspire with its incredible attention to detail in every corner. The log home is located on 13 acres at the end. This location offers absolute tranquility and is only a short drive from local amenities and commuters. You’ll feel like you’re in a mystical place as soon as you pull into the shaded entrance. The main level has an open floor plan and cathedral ceilings. There’s also exposed beams and a lofted area.

The log home features a brightly lit kitchen and dining area, which is adjacent to a first-floor bedroom/office. This bedroom has direct access to a private, plumbed for an extra shower. The master suite is stunning with its cherry flooring and custom pinecone inlays, walkin cedar closet, European gas fireplace, cathedral ceilings, private balcony, and suspension bridge that leads to the treehouse at 40 feet above forest floor. The exterior features include a heated garage-converted workshop that can be converted back into a garage, animal shelters, a maple sugarhouse, and many other amazing details. This property has a lot to offer, from the amazing slate roof to the hand-built stones walls.

Many people long for a log home like this one. Log homes are not only beautiful, but they also offer many benefits. Log homes are more energy efficient than traditional homes. Log homes are unique because they have a higher R-value than traditional homes. They can help you stay warm in winter and cool in summer. Log homeowners can take advantage of the rustic appeal that their home offers.

Log homes have many styles to choose from. There are many options available, whether you’re looking for a luxury log home, a guest cabin, or a tiny cabin to build at the lake. Log house maintenance can be easier than you think, especially since potential problems homeowners face are easy to spot. Log cabins are easier to spot termite infestations than traditional homes.

Log homes are a long-term and economical investment. Log homes are durable and can be visited by people who have lived in them for hundreds of years. Log homes can be passed on to future generations. There are log cabins that fit all budgets and requirements.

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