After years of moving around the country, a Texas couple decides to settle down in Denver. Country people at heart, Colorado offers everything they are looking for to live that outdoor life they crave while still being close enough to their jobs in the city. They go on the hunt for their dream cabin, but soon realize they may have to trade a beautiful view for adequate space to accommodate their large family.
A couple finds refuge from the commotion of their busy lives by escaping with their kids to the mountains of Northern Georgia. In the past, they've rented log cabins near Blue Ridge, Georgia, but now the family is ready to purchase their own log home. They want a log home near outdoor activities but also close to town.
A Texas family dreams of a cabin getaway in Angel Fire, NM, where they can ski in the winter and go mountain biking in the summer. Their plan is to find a log home that fits the needs of their active teenagers and also works as a rental property when they're back home in Dallas.
A young couple wants to raise their daughter in the Cascades outside of the greater Seattle area. They want a home with more privacy, great views and access to great schools. Since the tech-savvy couple has experience working without a realtor in the past, they decide to tackle the cabin hunt on their own.
An outdoor enthusiast wants to relocate from his confined Rutland, Vermont, condo and find a rustic log cabin near central Vermont to be closer to the activities he loves. To help him in his search, he's called on the help of his friends, a realtor and a Vermont native who is not afraid to state her opinion. But having his friends along might prove to be a conflict of interest.
A busy Denver couple searches for a second home in the Rockies where their family of four can enjoy the great outdoors. But their challenge is finding a three-bedroom, three-bathroom dream home within their budget.
Two young professionals in Boston seek a weekend escape to fulfill their outdoor needs and give them the much-needed break they both deserve. They look for a cabin getaway located in a quaint New England town in the White Mountains that is just a few hours from Boston and close to skiing.
Josh and Heather want to raise their two-year-old son in the great outdoors, so they take the plunge and leave the Seattle suburbs in hopes of finding their dream log cabin an hour east in beautiful Snoqualmie Pass. With a $400,000 budget, Josh and Heather start the cabin hunt -- but when the decision provs more difficult than expected, they have to make a tough call to find a new place to call home.
A Montana couple wants to relocate from the growing town of Bozeman to a more rural log cabin in Gallatin Canyon. They'd love to find a dream cabin on the river to enjoy more fly fishing, but still be within 30 minutes from the bustling town.
A NYC couple recently discovered their love for the dense forests of the Catskill Mountains. They want to find a cabin that serves as a getaway destination from their cramped living spaces in the city, as well as a location to host family and friends during holiday seasons.
Two brothers and their wives are looking to purchase a log cabin together near the historic Rocky Mountain mining town of Fairplay, Colorado. With a combined budget of $600,000, these Northern Colorado business owners hope to find a cabin they can use as a family vacation house and a spot to entertain potential customers.
A family of five from Albany, NY, is ready to leave their cramped city lifestyle for the big outdoors in the northern Catskill region of Greenville, NY. They want a large cabin with land, but the extra space comes with a hefty price tag.
Parents from Atlanta, GA, want to get out of the city and let their kids experience nature in the Appalachian Mountains. They are looking for a "wow-factor" cabin in the Aska Adventure Area that allows them access to hiking, fishing and family fun at Lake Blue Ridge.
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