When it comes to log cabins, often, simpler is better. Too many modern wooden homes lose sight of what it is that draws people to this rustic lifestyle in the first place – the simplicity of an uncomplicated way of living, which is mirrored in the floor plan.
The Gunderman log cabin was constructed by Appalachian of Australia and represents a return to a more unadorned lifestyle. The elevated position captures the panoramic scenery perfectly, while the simple interior has plenty of attractive design features while maintaining the ethos of rustic living. Want to see inside?
The main living area of the house has an open concept comprising a sitting space, dining room, and kitchen. The darker tones in the wood are offset by the abundance of natural light pouring in through the prow-shaped windows. The sliding glass doors lead to the generous, elevated deck.
This double-height room is open to the loft space above, allowing plenty of air to circulate in the cathedral ceiling. The house has a fantastic layout which provides enough room for the living area not to feel small or cramped. The quality of wood used in construction is evident in the flooring, wall panels, ceiling, and staircase.
The loft space is furnished as a second sitting room for those quieter, more intimate moments. It can easily be customized to suit the requirements of the buyer, making a great second bedroom or home office.
With one bedroom and one bathroom, the cabin requires little more than what it offers: a perfect floor plan to complement your outdoors lifestyle.