The Most Beautiful Log Home in America

Tour the gorgeous 7800 square foot log home in southern Georgia. It features round handpeeled logs, big timbers, and beautiful grounds. The home was designed, manufactured and built by Strongwood Log Home Company and Strongwood Log Homes of Georgia.
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25 Responses to “The Most Beautiful Log Home in America”

  • Redshift21:

    It is a pretty house but it didn’t move me, I hated the outside setting because it reminded me of a hotel and not a home, also the interior was little too polished for my liking, if it were mine then I build it someplace a little more rugged and build it a a little more rustic.

    More Mclog mansion than log cabin in my eyes

  • drewsky112:

    it looks like cabelas

  • pepperannziggi:

    I bet that house has a lovely scent. I love the smell of wood.

  • pepperannziggi:

    A log home would make a great vacation house or home. I think it would be nice to live in one.

  • LandRoversForLife:

    it just isn’t a log home unless you build it yourself

  • talkstosquirlls:

    That is some seriously gay music.

  • mbhockey97:

    f*** this I choose the 10.9 million one in Vail, its better put together, and i think that cold days with snow, mountains, and a forest to o with it is the proper setting for a log home, not summer and sun… just a personal preference

  • danbo1971:

    @4RABBITZ can you just picture this all decked out for christmas ! now i bet that would be pretty !

  • Buddyb309:

    seen better

  • 4RABBITZ:

    my dream home i wish i can have this home for my children and i,wow they would love it,maybe if i started to play the lotto lol super home.

  • Argos1010:

    Masterpiece!

  • MrBrad213:

    wow fantastico

  • casspiper:

    thats not a home, its a museum

  • squidskunk:

    @monstaman900 …then your an idiot…they started with fireplaces…wood stoves came along much later…i guess you just turn up the thermostat and plug in your electric blanket…

  • monstaman900:

    I dont like log cabins with fireplaces :D i burned like 5 down :P

  • EurologsBV:

    This is a beautifull home. We build chalets and wooden houses with red cedar.

  • jamboa2003:

    @hawaii89jaklin
    I hate people who hate wood.

  • jamboa2003:

    @thebigskynow
    That is because it is a log home. Over 1350 sq. ft. borders on log home instead of cabin. I like to think of mine as a cabin. For all you Class Warfare junkies out there I also have a typical subdivision brick veneer/real stucco home in another state as my main crib. Except i have it on 2 acres and not breathing down the neck of my neighbors. When the grand kids grow enough to lose interest I am selling the subdivision and moving to the cabin to live out my days.

  • jamboa2003:

    @Hardcorediver44
    And what boring type house do you live in with your 2.5 kids in a neigborhood that your neighbors can hear you talking to each other. I like to shoot my gun from the porch!

  • jamboa2003:

    @Hardcorediver44
    And what boring type house do you live in with your 2.5 kids in a neigborhood that your neigbors can hear you talking to each other. I like to shoot my gun from the porch!

  • jamboa2003:

    My 1380 sq.ft. log cabin off Scenic Arkansas 7 can not come close to this in the size of logs or shear size but I have a $1million view. What that means is all I see from 3 sides is National Forest Ouachita Mtns. Okay i can see a right of way high power line but it is pine pole and not a steel structure. Not braggin, it’s just a fact.

  • rainbowpixx:

    It’s not a log home unless u see snow and mountains.

  • furstenfeldbruck:

    it’s beautiful but PETA would have a field day burning it down…

  • snogawanker:

    @supah1337b
    Isn’t that true everywhere?

  • drewsterm7:

    is that cabelas?

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