Log Home Floor Plans and Timber Frame Floor Plans
There are three major aspects to any mountain home design; the architectural style (look and feel), the layout (size and distribution) and the product type (log, timber, or hybrid). We can customize any of our floor plans to fit your choice of style, layout or product. Search our floor plan concepts to see what is possible.
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Modify any plan to add or decrease size.
1,000 - 2,000 sq.ft.
2,001 - 2,500 sq.ft.
2,501 - 3,000 sq.ft.
3,001 - 3,500 sq.ft.
3,501 - 4,000 sq.ft.
4,001 - 4,500 sq.ft.
4,501 + sq.ft.
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Floor Plans with:
- ADA Layouts
- Sloped Lots
ANY of our plans can be modified to include these features — see how.
Search by Bedrooms and Bathrooms
When you envision your log or timber frame home, do you start by counting the number of bedrooms and bathrooms or do you instead dream about what the home will look like on your property?
Obviously the number of beds and baths will be important, but we believe that if you focus your search on plans that were drawn with the number of bedrooms you need, you can miss out on other designs that might better fit your overall needs.
Keep in mind that each of our design concepts can be completely modified. As you browse through our floor plan gallery, try to find designs and overall layouts that inspire your complete home. Then let the talented designers of M.T.N Architects adapt the concept to include the number bedrooms and baths your family will need.
Specialty Plans and Designs
Mountain Accent™ Homes
Although you want the look of a mountain style home, a full timber or log home may not fit with your vision or budget. Learn how any of our plans can be redesigned as Mountain Accent™ Homes.
Rustic Luxury™ Log Cabins
Looking for a smaller-sized cabin, but still want a design that is architecturally appealing? Check out our Rustic Luxury line of log cabin floor plans.
A carriage home is a great option for those who want to: build their home in stages, take advantage of their property now, or just want a small house with plenty of storage. Learn more about carriage houses.