Traditional Cabin Styling Meets Modern Materials

The Cane Creek Cottage is just one of the floor plans you might consider when building a new home. This traditional cabin building has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms with 2,158 square feet of space. You'll want to take a closer look at this beautiful home with so many details you will be sure to love. Amicalola Home Plans' designs showcase the very best in rustic, mountain, and timber frame home designs, have won numerous awards, and have been featured in dozens of publications across the country. Whether you are looking for an eastern Appalachian style or a more western Wrangler style home, they have the knowledge and experience to collaborate with you to create the exact home plan you and your family desire. You can browse through their rustic mountain house plan collections ranging from 500 square feet to over 6000 square feet. All of the floorplans for sale are ready for construction featuring full set plan licensing with ready-to-build plan sets or custom modifications.

The Appalachian style of wood homes is named for the region of America with hundreds of years of rustic heritage, this style of architectural design is a reminder of simpler time times. A time when you could sit on the front porch and just visit with friends, without worrying about wifi or social media. This style of home is a good way to showcase a mixture of rustic building materials, from logs to vertical siding and local stone. Rustic architectural design styles are often the perfect match for mountain resorts and lakeside cabin getaways. This style of home often represents a contemporary blend of rustic building materials such as reclaimed wood.

There are several benefits to building a timber frame home, with a variety of floor plans and styles to best suit you. One benefit of timber-framed homes is that they can offer wide spacing between the bents and the posts which allow for some freedom in the placement of the windows and doors which allows for larger than average areas for windows. Timber-framed homes are also energy efficient. With the option of enclosing the timber frame architectural designs with some insulated wall and roof panels, the timber frame design becomes highly energy efficient which will help to reduce heating and cooling costs.

Timber-frame homes are typically stronger and more durable, as there are no load-bearing walls in these structures, which also allows for changes to the floor plan with no structural consequences. There are also environmental benefits to building a timber frame home as less wood is often used than in a stud-wall structure, and with the use of sustainable building materials, such as local wood, you can contribute to a lower carbon footprint and lower cost to the environment. The timber frame building process creates almost no waste, and when you compare that with standard building sites, you'll find less waste at the construction site which means less pressure on waste treatment plants/landfills. Using wood also offers a much more healthy living environment.

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