The Pheasant Ridge Lodge is a stunning build with many of your favorite log cabin features displayed. A basic real log exterior with traditional shingled roofline seems simple, but inside you are greeted by customizations at ever corner that are sure to make it feel
One of the things I love most about this particular build is that it combines some of those traditional styles, such as the logs themselves, with the modern layout and accents. You feel welcomed and as if you have a truly modern home that is just giving homage to the past.
Below is a nice image of the layout of the home with a covered breezeway between the main home and a secondary building. I am uncertain if this is a garage or just extended space on this property for storage or even a mother-in-law's quarters. I love the connection and how it flows so beautifully from one building to the next.
The wood siding above the traditional logs is an addition that may not be 100% traditional to the log home movement, but matches it well and flows wonderfully. I also really like the real log beams underneath this little overhang. It just adds to the rustic look of the home.
This also showcases that breezeway as well as the gorgeous landscaping around the home.
And here you get a nice look at the door and exterior layout. This is a brilliant way to keep an outdoor space open but still offer protection from the elements. It is also a great way to have a semi-detached garage that is separate but feels accessible.
The front door to the home is on a smaller porch with a similar small balcony above. I can imagine quiet mornings with a cup of coffee on the porch or balcony!
Inside the Pheasant Ridge Lodge are some of the beautiful wood and stone work pieces you expect. This living room area has exposed log beams and accents as well as a custom stone fireplace. A cozy inviting space for relaxing with family or friends.
Of course, this log home also features a variety of taxidermied animals on the walls. A true hunter's cabin, or just a showplace for the work of past hunting expeditions.
The kitchen of this lodge is a combination of rustic and modern styles. A large island in the center is ideal for a little breakfast nook but also has a sink for quick hand washing when the larger sink is occupied.
The tile backsplash behind the extra-large stove is a great modern addition, but the log trim around the cabinets definitely adds the old-school charm you love about log homes.
Lastly, the bathroom is one of my favorite parts of this home. They bring the outside in with this absolutely gorgeous sink base. A stump from one of the logs used is turned into a gorgeous base for a sink in the bathroom. Truly a gorgeous addition.
This gorgeous home and more can be found on the Timber Wolf Handcrafted Log Homes website. Let them know that Log Cabin Connection recommended them.