The Hamm Aztec log home is a classic design that can be used as a retirement residence or weekend retreat. It is not too large, but there is enough room for everyone. The porches on either side also provide outdoor space to relax.
Log Cabin Size
- 1,692 square feet in total
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- Front porch 299 square feet
- Back porch of 160 square feet
This home was designed with comfort in the forefront. The front porch is small and has only a few chairs. It’s designed to bring you in front of the house, not as a place for relaxation. For this, the back porch is ideal.
This is a side view of the porch. There is plenty of room for a few chairs and a small table. Set these up for an afternoon of reading a good book in the shade while still enjoying the beautiful weather.
You’ll love the addition of the firepit at the back of your property. It’s a great place to relax and make S’mores, or just roast some hot dogs with the kids.
This home’s living room opens into the kitchen and the dining area, making it the epitome a classic open-plan floor plan. The modern setup includes a television, entertainment center, rugs, and tables. You will also enjoy the wagon wheel chandelier that hangs above the bedroom.
This stone fireplace is placed against the wall of the main living space. It provides warmth for the winter but also provides a space to add a mantle as decor all year long.
Looking across the room, you can see the wall here of windows. I love the natural light that comes into the room.
A family kitchen is an excellent addition to any house, but I particularly love them in cabins. Here, you can see a medium-stained cabinet with a lighter granite counter. The stainless steel appliances look great in this space, and the island with stools provides a little extra seating for your morning coffee or breakfast nook.
The laundry room is a great addition to the main floor. Every mom will love it. This space has a laundry room with plenty of storage cabinets and a rod to hang clothes. It also has a pull down ladder that leads to the crawl space in the attic and storage.
The master bedroom located on the main level is a favorite of mine. It offers plenty of room for a king or queen-sized bed and includes a walk-in wardrobe.
This bookshelf can be placed in the corner of your master bedroom. It also has extra desk space. You can create a private home office in the bedroom if you like it to be separate.
The bathroom door can be closed with a barn door to provide privacy while still allowing the room to be open when desired.
The simple vanity is accessed through the door. It has a sink and dark wooden cabinets. There is nothing extra here, but there is plenty of space for linen and toiletries if necessary.
The master bathroom features a tiled glass shower. This is an addition that has plenty of space, and luxurious additions.
A second main floor room has been set up as a home office. However, it also includes a Murphy Bed against the wall. The front of the door is adorned with a barn door that adds aesthetically and functionally to the rustic theme.
A Murphy bed can be a great addition to your home. I especially love that it transforms an office into a new bedroom, perfect for guests. This bed has shelves and drawers on both sides. The top can be used for storage or to hold items like pillows.
Here is the bed folded and made. This space is simple and can be used in many ways.