Most Popular Log Cabin Sizes Explored
The best thing about building a custom log home is that you get a dream space — 100% tailored to your needs and tastes! While most people think about that in terms of the home’s style and accessories, the size is an equally important factor. You want to balance having enough room for your friends and family — while not paying for excess cabin space you won’t use. We’re exploring the most common log home sizes and showing you examples of each!
Gingrich Builders is a PA log home builder that crafts gorgeous custom homes throughout the Eastern part of our state. The two most common log cabin sizes that we build are 2,000 sq. ft. homes and 3,000 sq. ft. homes. Both of these sizes are fantastic, but they are meant for somewhat different purposes. Keep reading to explore more — and see what we can build for you!
2,000 Sq. Foot Cabins
The first cabin size we’re profiling are 2,000 sq. foot cabins — which is ideal for small family retreats, little get-togethers with friends, or as a full-time residence for a retired couple. There are a wide range of different styles here as well.White Oak
- 1,800 sq. ft.
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
Built in a traditional cabin style, the White Oak is a favorite for hunting lodges and rustic forest retreats. The space in this nearly 2,000 sq. foot cabin is used efficiently, providing three good-sized bedrooms and two bathrooms. Additionally, this cabin includes a great room with an open loft.See the White Oak >
- 2,000 sq. ft.
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2.5 Bathrooms
A more modern style, the Maplewood is distinct thanks to its large angled great room that gives the profile its distinct style. Complete with a wood burning fireplace, the great room is sure to be the centerpiece of many amazing days and nights. Due to the size of the grand space, there is one less bedroom but there is an extra half bath. This will make for a great couple’s getaway, or it could be a great full-time home for empty nesters.See the Maplewood >
3,000 Sq. Foot Cabins
Next, we’re taking a look at 3,000 sq. foot cabins that are perfect for full-time living and big family vacations. While these might not be as sprawling as some of the custom log homes we’ve built, they are quite spacious on the inside and great for big vacations and daily living!Chesterland
- 3,000 sq. ft.
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3.5 Bathrooms
When it comes to 3,000 sq. foot cabins, the Chesterland hits that number exactly. Due to the great number of bedrooms and bathrooms, this is a dream cabin when taking a big family on vacation, making sure everyone has the privacy they need. Plus, the Chesterland model puts an emphasis on a huge kitchen where the family can gather! When it comes to generous log cabin sizes, you can’t go wrong here!See the Chesterland >
- 3,165 sq. ft.
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
With huge floorplans and ample bedrooms and bathrooms, the Bradford is a great candidate for a log home you can live in every day! If you’re planning to build in a gorgeous natural spot, this floor plan makes your surrounding area a true focal point. Not only is there the inspiring gallery of windows in the great room, but there is a full outdoor living space with a large deck and porch! If working from home is an option for you, this home includes an office space on the upper level. Learn more about what it’s like to live in a log home.See the Bradford >
Get Prices on All Different Log Cabin Sizes
If you’re ready to take the next step towards making your log home a reality, our team is here to help. The first step is to reach out and discuss your plans and your budget with our designers. We can give ideas on different log cabin sizes, what you can expect to pay, and how you can customize them.
Whether you want to stop by our Lancaster County showroom or reach out with a phone call, we’re ready to talk. Contact us right now to get started!