The Hudson log home, a charming log home floor plan measuring 1,663 sq. feet, will make you fall in love. The Hudson is a versatile floor plan that offers flexibility and affordability. It has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. It shares the same room layout as Hochstetler’s log homes model home, The McKay but is slightly smaller. It has a traditional front porch, large open-concept great room with exposed timbered ceiling, master suite with adjoining dressing area/walk in closet, and a master bath with hot tub. There is also a convenient first-floor laundry with a full bath. Upstairs, you will find two more bedrooms and an open loft with space for an office or sewing studio. It is easy to host friends and family on the rear deck, which is located right next to the dining area.
The Hudson log home is beautiful inside and out. The home is large and functional, with an outdoor covered patio and an open floor plan. It is perfect for a full-time home, vacation home, or for retired couples with plenty of space.
Two additional floor plans are available for the Hudson. The Hudson 2 is a popular floor plan that is similar to the original Hudson, but has a breezeway on the right and a garage on the left. The breezeway features a convenient pantry, laundry area, 1/2 bath, as well as a mudroom, closet, and storage space for work clothes. The master bedroom includes a large walkin closet and a separate walk-in shower. The Hudson’s original Hudson’s great room, kitchen, dining area, and living room are all approximately the same size.
The Hudson 3 is a completely redesigned Hudson floorplan with an added breezeway and garage on its left side. The interior now includes a convenient washer/dryer cupboard, 1/2 bath, pantry, and mudroom. The master bedroom features a larger walk in closet, while the breezeway has a mudroom with a closet for work clothes.
Hochstetler Log Homes is confident that you will find a log home that meets your expectations from start to finish. Hochstetler log homes are mill-direct, which is one of the main reasons to choose Hochstetler. You get more for your money by buying directly from the manufacturer. You can also communicate directly with the manufacturer to ensure you get the best quality building materials and home design.
Grade Certified. Log Home Council strict standards ensure that all beams and logs are thoroughly inspected and graded. You can pay more, but you won’t get better.
Precision Milled. The state-of-the art Yates Planer (log cutter), allows them to mill logs or beams to tolerances as low as.01 inches. This allows for tighter fitting logs that are more energy-efficient and easier to install.
Kiln-Dried. Standard logs are air-dried first to get the slow drying process. They are then dried in the dry kiln until they reach 18 percent.
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