The log cabin house plans and photos featured here showcase a beautifully handcrafted home hidden away in the White Mountains of Arizona. Built by Summit Handcrafted Log Homes with uncompromising attention to detail, this architectural heirloom is sure to stand the test of time for generations to come!
From the handcrafted front entry (left) to the rambling facade (below), this lovely
log home exudes quality crafts-
manship and superb detailing through-
out its more than 4,200 square feet of living area . . . . .
For example, the beautiful
hand-hewn flared-end cedar logs pictured be-
low, right, are a hallmark of Summit Handcrafted Log Homes and lend a great deal of architectural and visual interest to the overall design. Below left, a beaver appears to have been cleverly carved from the log end and is now a permanent part of the home!
The log cabin house plans that follow show the layout of the spacious in-
terior on both the main and upper levels. Note the two story Great Room and the large screened-in porch off the kitchen.
The soaring Great Room is anchored by a large multi-colored stone hearth, pictured below. Note the scenic metal cutout in the upper level balustrade overlooking the Great Room.
As with the rest of the home, the high level of detailing is readily apparent in the two stair designs that follow. Once again, note the flared ends of the cedar logs in the image below, left.
Granite counter tops provide a nice counterpoint to the log walls and ceil-
ing in the kitchen.
Adjacent to the cozy dining room, flared-end cedar logs provide a perfect niche for a lovely grandfather clock.
The two images that follow present a study in contrasts. The bedroom pictured directly below is traditional
in style. Conversely, the design pic-
tured beneath it has much more of a contemporary flair. Used as a guest room, the built-in sleeping areas on the left are a very clever and practi-
cal way to utilize available interior space!
And finally, the bathrooms that follow also present a study in contrasts. Though both are beautifully
detailed, each design has a very distinctive look. Below, left, is a more "conventional" design with a typical
wood vanity and a granite top.
Slate stone tiles surround the bathtub and line the at-
tractive niche in the wall just above the tub.
On the right, a stone basin rests atop a large handcrafted log pedestal. Tumbled stone tiles line the wall in back.
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