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Custom Log Home Designers & Builders

Lifestyles crafted in Cedar

Your Inspiration, Our Craftsmanship

Town + Country Cedar Homes transforms ideas into custom homes

Whether it's a luxury custom log home or a handcrafted timber home, a contemporary mountain architectural marvel or a Thoreau log cabin in the woods—it's your new home. But, as a toes-in-the-sand stroll on the beach or a mountain trail hike with almost endless vistas reminds us—it’s not just the destination, but also the journey that is important.

Thoughts from Town + Country Cedar Homes

An Heirloom Home

The owners of this impressive log home had already spent years making memories along this picturesque lakeshore in northern Wisconsin. They enjoyed spending time together in a quaint cabin on the property and wanted to make even more memories in a new, larger log home.

That’s why they didn’t wait to upgrade until after they retired and their kids had flown the coop. They wanted a home they could enjoy all of the seasons of their lives. Working closely with Town + Country Cedar Homes and our local dealers, the family designed and built a log home that could accommodate their family now and for generations and generations.

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It all started with a fence post

Town + Country’s founder, Bernie Kondrat, was raised in Northern Michigan alongside the area’s many lakes and forests. By the age of eight, Bernie was a regular in the woods with his grandfather, getting paid to make fences using Pine, Spruce, Tamarack, Balsam, and White Cedar trees.

Through the years, Bernie noticed that the Pine, Spruce and Balsam posts they used severely deteriorated over time but the White Cedar log posts remained healthy and strong. When he returned from fighting in WWII, Bernie remembered that observation from his youth. With a $200 G.I. loan, Bernie and his friend Ben Organek, decided to start a fence building company.

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Satisfying the Senses

Wilber and Sarah Bontrager built more than a house on their 85-acres of land in northern Indiana, just minutes from the Michigan border. Their 5,000-square-foot Northern White Cedar log home is an experience that tickles all of the senses.

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