Swan Valley fulfills all your log home needs in just 1 story

You probably have fond childhood memories of constructing tiny cabins out of Lincoln Logs for your imaginary homesteaders, but being an adult doesn't mean you need to abandon your pioneering spirit. Thanks to The Original Lincoln Logs, you can embrace log cabin living in a fully functional way.
The model below is called Swan Valley and — like all homes from The Original Lincoln Logs —  it is constructed from weather-tight Eastern White Pine logs. Though the Swan Valley is all on one level, it makes the most of its 1,680-square-foot living space. As such, the cabin is suited equally well to be a vacation getaway or a permanent residence.
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As you can see from the floor plan, there's ample room for three bedrooms — including a spacious master suite with a massive closet — two full bathrooms, a laundry room, an open living-kitchen-dining room, and porches that cover the entire length of the front and back of the cabin. 
This cabin is proof that you don't necessarily need to build up to fit everything you need into your home.
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