Amish-Built Log House — a Paradigm of Quality Craftsmanship — Hits the Market

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Constructed in the style of a barn, an Amish-built log house in West Brandywine Township combines comfort with sophistication and rustic charm, writes Sandy Smith for Philadelphia magazine.

This three-bedroom, two-bathroom home was built in 2008 and is a paradigm of quality craftsmanship.

The abode features an open main level that is ideal for entertaining with the kitchen at its heart. The adjoining dining room opens to a stunning, two-story great room. The two spaces share the soapstone wood stove as their central element. 

The second floor is home to the balcony loft that is set up to function as a home office. Meanwhile, the primary bedroom suite behind the office has dual cedar closets and a gorgeous primary bathroom. The majority of the level features floors of Australian cypress. 

There are still some unfinished elements throughout the home, including the basement, but that only leaves additional leeway for personalization. 

The property is available for sale at $595,000. 

Read more about this Amish-built log house in Philadelphia magazine

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