Explore 'Woodland' and try not to fall for the charming country porch out back

When seeking the perfect log home, we're always on the lookout for an option that strikes the right balance between spacious yet cozy. According to Coventry Log Homes, the Woodland is their most popular in the cabin series; one peek at the layout explains its best-seller status. Its classic facade, open concept floor plan, and palatial loft make the Woodland an appealing choice for a vacation getaway or a permanent residence.
While the 1,140-square-foot Woodland may be larger than some of the other cabins we've featured, its three bedrooms make this home a wonderful option for a family. And, as you'll see, the loft is large enough to comfortably fit multiple bunk beds.
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The sitting room's cozy charm makes it the ideal place for movie nights. We also adore the rustic stove in the corner.
The kitchen is surprisingly roomy, no matter how many cooks are clamoring about.
Here's a peek into one of the bedrooms on the ground level. Note how the multiple windows let in the soft morning light.
The bathroom, too, is bright and cheery.
This is the generously-sized loft. While it can be used a bedroom, the loft can just as easily be converted into an office, game room, or crafting area.
And here's what the loft looks like with two sets of bunk beds.
Can't you imagine watching the sunrise on this porch with a strong cup of coffee in hand?
Here is the floor plan for the ground level:
And here is the loft:
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