So you’ve had your building lot for a while and you’ve just been looking for the perfect log house kits plan to use. Consider the Hampton Log Home Kit. If style and efficiency are what you require, the Hampton is the ideal log home for you! It is sure to hit all the items on your checklist. It combines the integrity of the traditional log home with the beauty of interesting architectural lines and a well thought out design.
Log Home Outdoor Living
Let’s start with the Hampton log home’s exterior. Numerous architectural lines, sloping roofs, and two porches create an impressive, inviting exterior. The spacious covered porches give you abundant space for outdoor entertaining. The front porch is six feet wide and extends the length of the log cabin. It’s the perfect spot for rockers or Adirondack chairs. Imagine watching the sun rise or set (depending on how you position your log cabin). The back porch will be your party place. Situate your cabin so while you entertain, you and your guests will have a view of the mountains, lake, forest or whatever scenic vista is nearby. The rear porch has ample space for tables, chairs, loungers or conversation sets.
Step Inside The Hampton Log Home Kit
The inside is just as impressive with three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and open spaces. The first floor master suite offers double closets so you don’t have to share and a generously sized bathroom. A roomy kitchen, with a pantry and large enough to hold a family sized dining table, flows into a spacious two story living room where you will host countless celebrations. The main level is rounded out by a powder room and conveniently located laundry room.
Upstairs you will find two bedrooms, a full bathroom and lots of storage. One bedroom features a dormer window which can be a fantastic location for a reading nook or pet bed.
As with all Conestoga log cabins, the Hampton Log Home Kit is completely customizable to meet your needs. Contact us and our team will gladly help you turn your log home dream into reality.
- Flowing architectural lines
- Living area
- Master suite
- Front and back porches
- Storage areas