No fake logs here. This 3,009 square foot log home is built from tree trunks, timbered but not lumbered, big round chunks of trees stacked more like a ski lodge than a cabin. They're asking $1,200,000 for it and its 3 bedroom and 2.25 baths. There's a good chance the rooms are big considering that much space and that few rooms. Their idea was for space and room because those ceilings are 30 feet high, a great sanctuary for spiders and hard-to-reach light bulbs. Even termites would have a tough time eating through that much wood. The style is solid and spacious, which is a tough balance to achieve, which they did. The house is in Monroe on a ten acre lot with lots of room, lots of views, and enough room to live life a little differently. That's enough room for trails and streams and wildlife, but it also an environment where you can do things like put the elegant tub on the deck outside the bedroom under a chandelier.