This 7000 Sqft Log post and Beam home on Campbell Lake in Anchorage, Alaska has character and custom features throughout. Tongue and groove ceilings are supported by the purlin and valley rafter roof structure with a 12/12 pitch creates a dramatic cathedral feel to the great room.
Features of the home shown here include a custom built knotty alder bookcase that displays family treasures and native artwork; a bottom floor rec room that provides great views of Campbell Lake and the Chugach Mountain range and also doubles as a theater room; The Stairs are Douglas Fur with scribe fit cedar hand rails.
Western Red Cedar Log package from Roundwood Log Homes, Prince George, B.C. www.roundwoodloghomes.com
The log post and beam home is a hybrid of traditional log structures and standard stick framing, combining the best of both. The owner gets the look and strength of a log building without the maintenance and settling issues of a standard full log home. The spaces between the logs are well insulated framed walls with typical interior and exterior finishes allowing the owner to customize those spaces to their liking.
Travis became a good friend during the construction of my home and remains a good friend today. I could always trust him to give me a straight forward honest answer. He is a very talented finish carpenter as well as a dedicated and reliable project manager, a combination that’s hard to find.