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A Washington State Log Home on a Blueberry Farm

A talented general contractor, and part-time blueberry farmer, builds a sweet Washington state log home.

Designing and building a custom log home is an exhilarating prospect — one many people dream about for years. The owners of this 5,300-square-foot home found their thrill on 40 acres of blueberry farmland near the Washington-Oregon border, and a new part-time farming career for this talented owner/builder was born.

Before the couple could harvest a single fruit, they needed a homestead where they could put down roots. That’s where StoneMill Log & Timber Homes enters the picture in a very unique way.

The company specializes in rectangular logs, hewn flat with dovetailed corners — an Appalachian-style log profile that’s common in the East but rarely seen out West. The owners eagerly embraced the distinctive style.

For dozens more photos and the full story, visit loghome.com!

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