Do you dream about owning your own log cabin or log home? Or, looking for that perfect “getaway”? Well, search no more! We have them here, and I will help you find your perfect log home match in southern West Virginia!
To get started let’s take a look at the 60 active listings for log homes found in the Greenbrier Valley Multiple Listing Service.
The prices for the 60 log homes for sale range from $49,500 to $3.2 million. From one-room log homes to seven bedrooms. The square footage ranges from 400 to 5.877. The acreage range is from ½ acre to 543 acres.
Some of the homes are located in the mountains are secluded, some are located near the Greenbrier River, some near creeks, stocked ponds, and others are located in town. So, whatever your preference, we have it!
What log cabin homes have sold so far this year? There have been eight log cabin homes sold. With square footage from 962 to 3,882. The acreage ranged from 1/2 acre to 56 acres.
- Low - $75,000
- Average - $275,300
- High- $630,000
Looking for building lots to design/build your own log cabin home? Then take a look at
The beauty of the West Virginia mountains attracts thousands of visitors each year and it’s the perfect place for a log home or a log cabin. What’s the difference between a log home and a log cabin you ask.
The log cabin of the American frontier started out as basic shelter, built with the materials and tools available. It was a simple solution to the bare necessities. Those primitive hand-hewn log cabins of the frontier have undergone an amazing transformation.
To build/design your own log cabin home, check out the Original Log Cabin Homes website. Log cabins of today combine tradition with technology, imagination, and ingenuity in their log cabin construction. At Original Log Cabin Homes, computer-assisted log home design and manufacturing processes make it easy to create a variety of log homes to suit any style.
Whatever your choice ..... call Rebecca Gaujot, Realtor®, at 304.520.2133 to assist you in your search for a log cabin home, or to purchase land and design your own log home.