When we originally featured this house in 2005, the Log Home Living staff fell instantly in love. The owners’ Norwegian heritage influenced everything from the home’s design to its log species and profile to its furnishings. The result is a cottage that seems to whisk you away from 21st Century Wisconsin to Old-World Norway. We love it just as much now as we did back then.
Located near Wisconsin’s Black River Falls, this charming 2,500-square-foot, red-pine, handcrafted log home stands on the former site of a 1930’s log cabin. Irregularly cut saddlenotched corners and barn-red frames around the windows and doors add to the cozy cottage vibe.