'Black Fork' and its bright interior are sure to steal your heart

Gone are the days when log homes were dark, cramped, and closed off inside. The Black Fork model from Hochstetler Milling offers another perspective on log homes — one characterized by an open floor plan, soaring ceilings, and plenty of windows — while staying true to the rustic charm that made them as popular as they are today.
The first thing you'll notice about the Black Fork is its striking facade. The decorative gable perfectly frames the expansive windows. You'll get a view like no other and the natural sunlight streaming through is sure to boost your mood. We're also huge fans of how the stone chimney contrasts with the rich timber.
The warm great room is perfectly cozy and outfitted for even the most rugged lifestyle. The floors look like they'll only get better with age and we'd like to direct your attention to the canoe bookshelf in the corner. What a genius way to repurpose a boat!
Here are the floor plans for the Black Fork, both ground and upper levels:
Would you consider making Black Fork your new home? One look at those gorgeous windows and I was ready to move in. Don't forget to SHARE with other log home enthusiasts!
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