Timberhaven Log & Timber Homes, based in Middleburg, Pa., has launched two new virtual home tours.
Modified Valley View Log Home:
This one-and-a-half story log home — Timberhaven’s most popular log home design — features impressive elements of curb appeal, over-the-top rustic décor and a universal design. The plan won an NAHB Jerry Rouleau Award for Excellence in Home Design, has been featured in Cabin Living and Log Cabin Homes, and was also named a Readers’ Favorite in Log & Timber Home Living. Check out this jaw-dropping weekend getaway today.
Loganton Timber Frame / Hybrid Home:
This two-story timber frame home offers the perfect layout for gathering with friends and family, featuring three to four bedrooms and two and a half baths across nearly 3,000 square feet of living space.
Downstairs, the Loganton presents a living room encompassed by the kitchen, dining area, sunroom, den and half bath. Beyond the kitchen lies a generous pantry and laundry area, followed by a spacious garage.
Upstairs, a relaxing retreat awaits, complete with three bedrooms, two baths and a loft that opens to the floor below. Exterior features include a robust front porch and back deck.
Other homes available to tour virtually include:
Custom Log Home:
This award-winning log home is known for its extremely good looks and versatile floor plan. Eye-catching features include the stunning beam-and-purlin cathedral ceiling and custom wall of glass that looks toward the lake. A spacious and relaxing loft provides a front-row seat to the incredible views. The log home is donned with rustic touches, yet it has contemporary flair.
The home owner says, “The minute I get here, I can feel my blood pressure drop. It’s like we’re on vacation every weekend.” To see why, take a tour of this custom 2,910-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath log home today
Custom Timber Frame with Outdoor Living Area:
Bold, custom features greet you the moment you walk through the front door of this timber frame home. Its spacious cathedral entrance is impressive, and leads to heavy timber stairs with wrought-iron railing. Its spacious catwalk yields up-close-and-personal views of the detailed craftsmanship in its timeless hammer trusses. The kitchen, dining and great room flow freely from interior walls, and a massive stone fireplace soars a full two stories. Don’t miss this home’s impressive outdoor living area, complete with a timber frame pavilion and in-ground pool.
All of these tours are interactive and intuitive, and can be experienced at your convenience at any time. They are educational, with pushpins that outline specific products such as the beam-and-purlin roof system, heavy timber stairs, window and door options and more. Use these designs to spark your own custom design creation, or work with your local Timberhaven rep to tweak a standard plan for your own needs and wants.