Floor Plan with Attached Log Garages

Sue | December 7th, 2013 - 3:56 pm

Often we are asked if we can build log garage. Yes we can! And here is a list of some of our floor plan with attached log garages. The garages range in size from 2 to 3 car garages, but can also be built smaller or larger. When a breezeway is used between the log home and the garage, then the garage and breezeway can be either framed or solid log. The breezeway acts as a transition between the two types of construction, giving the option of a less expensive framed garage with wood siding to the owners. If the garage is at the end of the home and shares a common wall with the log cabin, then the garage must be built from stacked logs, just like the house. A good example of an attached log garage is the Bear Creek Plan. A good example of a breezeway to a framed garage is the El Paso. Some breezeways are straight, while still others are angled. A laundry room is often added to the breezeway area.

I should note that we did not include any garages in a full basement in this list of log home plans. Garage space in a basement is a good use of square footage, but we are focusing in this article on garages that are on the same level as the first floor of the home. Many log homes are built for retirement age owners, so climbing steps to and from a daylight basement garage is not always desirable.

When choosing the size of your garage remember to include space for not only your vehicles, but also your other toys and tools that will need housed as well. It isn’t much fun to have to get the snow blower out of the shed across on the other side of your property. So feel free to drive through some of our selections here and see if any suits you and your car or cars, truck or trucks, lawn mowers, four wheelers, golf carts, motorcycles and any other tools or treasures you wish to park inside!

january 1st log home photos

Bear Creek Log Home Plan with Attached Garage

El Paso


Spanish Peaks

Lone Mountain

Canyon Ferry

Gold Creek

Bear Creek







Prong Horn

Elk Creek



Moose Creek

Shining Mountains

Sand Point










Virginia City

Bear Creek

Caribou Creek


Seeley Lake

Thunder Bay


Nevada City



Any projected costs, cost estimates, material costs, and estimated construction/ building costs, are only the opinion of Cowboy Log Homes and are drawn from our experience. Every home is custom tailored to meet our individual client's wants and desires. The construction of a log or timber home is based on two primary costs: material provided by the log home company and construction costs contracted with Cowboy Log Homes as the builder or another builder of the customer's choice. Final costs are obtained and contracted with each respectively. Cowboy Log Homes is simply the "glue" that helps bring these two together to provide a final culmination of a customer's project. * Please note photos and elevations may differ some from accompanying floor plans.
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