The Three Bears Guest Cabin

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Idaho  USA  –  Daryl Sieker Architecture

Built area:  998 sq. ft.  (92.4 m2)
Building system:    Post and beam

This petite guest cabin sits 3,300 feet (1,000 metres) above the snow line and overlooks nearby Cougar Gulch and snow-capped Mount Spokane. It’s name derives from the three bears foraging on the site the day the owners first viewed the lot.

Built to accommodate visiting family and friends as well as for commercial lettings, the home comprises of a single bedroom, a generous ‘great room’, a studio which doubles as extra sleeping accommodation and two bathrooms.

The owners, John and Betsy Anderson, acted as general contractors (owner-builders) which allowed them to get the result they wanted within their budget.

Unfortunately, we were not able to locate a website for the architect, but he is situated in West Linn, Oregon and can be contacted on (503) 657-4399

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Another Post and Beam vacation home you’ll enjoy viewing is The Bowen Mountain House

Source:  LogHomes.com