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Building Your Cedar Log Home in Pigeon Forge, TN

By March 3, 2020 No Comments

Many people think of Pigeon Forge, TN as a popular place to visit, but Pigeon Forge can be a great place to put down roots. This beautiful mountain town offers plenty of Southern charm and is the perfect place to build your Katahdin or Arborwall Cedar Log home.

A small-town feel with big city appeal

Pigeon Forge has just over 5,000 residents and a low cost of living, but you’ll get many of the amenities you would in a larger city — its school system is one of the best in eastern Tennessee, it has plenty of parks and recreational areas, and there’s a thriving community center and public library. It’s also just a short drive to larger cities like Knoxville and Nashville.

The lifestyle you’re looking for

Whether you love spending time in nature, enjoy shopping, dining, and entertainment, or simply want to spend your days relaxing on your front porch, Pigeon Forge has it all. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is just over 30 miles away, and hiking trails, waterfalls, and the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway are even closer. You’ll have access to nearby tourist destinations including Dollywood and the WonderWorks Museum, as well as cultural and theater events. But many people consider the stunning beauty of Pigeon Forge the best reason to live there. A mild climate means you’ll be able to enjoy those gorgeous mountain views all year long.

The perfect setting for your cedar log home

The majestic mountains and sweeping valleys of Pigeon Forge create a setting like no other for your cedar log home. Whether you choose our traditional Katahdin or the more contemporary Arborwall, your home will be built to last, with high-efficiency insulation that will keep it cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Northern white cedar logs, with their low moisture content, mean that your home will last for years to come.

Contact us today for a free log home package estimate, and start planning your move into your custom log dream home!

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