Lance and Melissa Fahrney, along with their four children, are trading in the hot, humid beaches of Florida for a chance at log cabin living in Montana. They're searching for a basecamp that opens the door to a world of outdoor recreational opportunities they can't experience in Florida skiing, sledding, and hiking in the mountains. The Fahrneys are dreaming of a secluded log cabin, nestled in the woods and close to a big lake. Real estate agent David Fetveit will help them find their new log cabin living situation around the Flathead Lake area in northwestern Montana.
An adventurous couple leaves the bustling city of San Francisco to explore the exclusive Lake Tahoe log cabin real estate market. With a long list of wants and needs, they hope to find the perfect log home for under $600,000.
After relocating from sun-kissed Hawaii, a couple is ready to put roots down where they first fell in love with the great outdoors: Iowa. They search for a log cabin base camp for their next great adventures, but finding the perfect cabin in Iowa is no picnic. It's going to take every ounce of patience and determination they have to see their dreams become reality.
Passionate anglers dream of the perfect log cabin escape to raise their three young children on Minnesota's famous Lake of the Woods. They want a rustic waterfront home with a stone fireplace and room for guests, but their limited budget of $175,000 proves an emotional challenge. They are faced with a dramatic decision to double their budget or sacrifice their wish list and lifelong log cabin dreams.
An active family wants a vacation home where they can leave behind their hectic everyday lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, to discover fun and adventure in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Empty nesters dream of the ultimate log cabin escape near Bryson City, North Carolina. They want a two-bedroom rustic cabin with a stacked stone fireplace, mountain views and luxury finishes, but their strict budget of $300,000 pits husband against wife.
A New Jersey couple leaves behind their congested urban lives for a home in Colorado's spacious Front Range Mountains. With new jobs, new opportunities and new outdoor experiences available around every turn, all they need is the perfect log cabin solution to fit their new lifestyle. But conflicting requirements for land, modern cable amenities and a short commute may leave them high and dry in the American West.
A thrill-seeking Colorado couple wants to update their "ski bum" lifestyle and settle down in a permanent home in the Vail Valley. But affordable, modern, single-family homes that satisfy everything on their wish list are proving hard to come by in one of the most expensive real estate markets in the country.
First-time homebuyers dream of buying their own log cabin in New Hampshire's Lakes Region. They want a rustic three-bedroom cabin with a fireplace, garage and acreage, but their strict budget of $215,000 pits husband against wife.
Computer programmers John Hunt and Jill Rockwell love the scenic mountain town of Leavenworth, Washington so much they are ready to drop $980,000 on a luxury log cabin, but compromising their long list of wants and needs proves harder than they expected. After they tour three log charmers with over-the-top features like an infinity pool, a Snow Cat, and a cowboy saddle bar, which cabin will they choose?
A retired schoolteacher, her adult daughter and grandson are relocating from San Diego, California, to Bend, Oregon. They're searching for a slower-paced lifestyle, access to superb outdoor amenities and a log cabin property suited for an alpaca farm. But properties in Bend come in all shapes and sizes, and finding the right one for this unique family and their big ambitions requires them to hit the pavement running.
Going all-in together on a luxury log cabin, four lifelong friends hope to find the perfect log cabin with two master suites and enough room to host multi-family vacations. Sadly, their combined budget of $875,000 is no match for their enormous list of wants and needs. Find out how these couples duke it out to choose the perfect home.
A couple wants to escape their long-term home of Los Angeles to return to the idyllic place where they honeymooned, Hawaii. They are looking for a secluded retreat to spend their golden years in the tropical forests near Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island. But, their search becomes challenging after falling in love with not one but two one-of-a-kind Hawaiian log cabins.
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