Georgia Timber frame and Log homes
Georgia's mountain lifestyle has been shaped by the region's history. Traditional log cabins and timber home cottages have been part of that landscape for centuries. From the Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountains to the countryside just outside of Atlanta and Jacksonville, Georgia is an ideal location for building your log home or timber home.
Blue Ridge Project
Using a combination of log post and beam, stone and rustic sidings, this custom home is a wonderful blend of early 1900's architecture and modern Georgia living.VIEW GALLERY
floor plan ideas
Custom design is at the heart of each of our custom log homes. Explore our floor plan gallery to get ideas, draw inspiration and start dreaming.explore plans
inspirational photo gallery
What will your log or timber home look like? Start gathering ideas by visiting our photo gallery showcasing a wide variety of projects.view photos
how we do business
Who will build your custom Georgia cottage? Our Process section lays out your options and how we work with you from start to finish.learn how
meet your client representative
Let John Dusseau guide you through our unique home building process. Contact John for questions regarding anything from design through selection of a qualified builder.
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Where to Build Your Log Home or Timber Frame Home in Georgia
Georgia's gateway to the Blue Ridge Mountains boasts epic views and the crystal clear waters of Lake Blue Ridge itself; and all just 2 hours north of Atlanta.
A log home or timber frame home within the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in this historic Northern Georgia town could not be more fitting.
Located at the entrance to Chattahoochee National Forest, Ellijay is a small North Georgia town perfect for rustic log homes and timber frame homes.
Where the Blue Ridge Mountains meet the shores of Lake Lanier, Gainesville is certainly an ideal location for building mountain style homes.
One of the prime locations to build in Greensboro is along more than 400 miles of shoreline around Lake Oconee. If you are a golfer, building your log or timber home here also means access to 10 championship golf courses.