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It's often the small details that make a log home stand out... like this classic Dutch door.

Log Homes and fresh snow are made for each other.

Waste not, want not.

Corner support posts made from trees harvested when clearing the building lot.

A beautiful log cathedral front.

Protect your lakefront shoreline from erosion.

Deck details invite all to enter.

Adirondack chairs are a perfect compliment to an Adirondack log cabin.

Fully applianced modern kitchens still retain
the rustic ambiance of a classic log home.

Some very nice rail details.

Nothing like a wood stove to keep us warm and toasty

Nice example off a 3-bay carriage house
style garage with cupola and weathervane.

Fascinating blend of natural wood and stone.

This open hearth fireplace and massive chimney
is both beautiful and practical as a large heat reservoir.

Timeless beauty of a log home.

Natural logs also make beautiful accessory pieces... such as this garden swing.

A classic cabin with dormer provides a generous interior space on a small footprint.

The Sibley roof on this small cabin has its roots in an 1856 tent design widely used in the Civil War.

Mother Nature often provides the most beautiful designs for a log home loft rail.

Did you enjoy playing with Lincoln Logs when you were a youngster?  How about letting us build a big one for you.

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Orwell Construction Co. Inc. of Orwell, Vermont. 
 We are builders of Lincoln Log Homes and Yellowstone Log Homes, including conventional and/or contemporary designs.
  Serving Vermont, New York, and greater New England since 1884