Owning a log home in western NC is the penultimate dream for many homebuyers. For some people, it’s a chance to live in a style of home that is most equated with mountain living. When it comes down to it, however, there are a number of very practical reasons that make a log home a very special place to live.
It can’t be denied that a log home is just a little different from other homes styles. There’s no comparing a traditional log-constructed house with a brick-front or wood-paneled siding house. The logs present a natural material in a very natural setting in the NC mountains. With a log cabin you can personalize the style and take an already unique structure even further toward your particular taste. It’s also a style that doesn’t lose its charm. Log cabins were one of the early home styles, and they continue to be a timeless choice for homebuilders and buyers.
Log homes present a very practical advantage as well. Logs have a tremendous insulation property. As a matter of fact, log homes generally require less energy for temperature maintenance than do other style homes. That efficiency can begin very early in the process as well. Some use the logs from the land they are building on, meaning less deforestation of other land.
And finally, log homes are the most requested type of rental cabin at Greybeard Rentals. Vacationers love the idea of heading up to western NC and staying in a log-constructed cabin for a truly authentic mountain experience. So, if you’re someone who wants a to invest in a second home in the Asheville area, you might want to consider getting a log cabin.
So where should you start? Take a look at the Greybeard Realty log homes for sale page for starters. If you’re considering building a log home, Greybeard also has Asheville area land listings. And if you want to use the home as a vacation rental, take a look at the Greybeard Rentals property management page. Still not sure where to start? Contact Greybeard Realty, and we can help you narrow down your options and find that special log home in the NC mountains.