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Our Home Styles

StoneMill Log & Timber Homes offers the full gamut of home styles -- from the traditional 6" x 12" and 8" x 12" Douglas Fir appalachian square log style, to a timber frame/post and beam construction, to a "hybrid" construction, which represents a mixture of log, timber frame and conventional building material.

Whatever your taste is, we have the solution that will fit that taste and budget. We invite you to click on any or all of the links below to learn more about the home styles we offer.

Log Homes

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From the Simple Life Reading Room ... Two of Our "Must Read" Log & Timber Frame  Home Articles that will help you find the Log or Timber Frame Home of Your Dreams!

Revealed: Log Homes Survive Fires Better Than Stick Built Homes

With the tragedies that have affected so much of our country and the lives that have been lost, we want to respect the brave people who fight these fires and the people who have lost so much and at the same time provide you with information that will hopefully help keep your family safe.

Believe it or not, log homes are said to be even safer than a more-conventional stick frame home when it comes to withstanding natural disasters like tornadoes and hurricanes…and yes, even fires!

Fire Performance of Log Walls

Over the years, there have been many reports of fires that burned inside and outside of log buildings without destroying the building’s structural integrity, illustrating the fire resistive nature of solid wood walls


We sought a log home that, when hikers looked down from the mountaintop above, would look to them as though it had been there as long as the nearby 1800’s school house. We saw a photo of StoneMill’s Prestwick in a magazine and knew the design was just right for the northern New England countryside. What we did not know at the time was what a good match the entire crew at StoneMill would be for us. We were able to accomplish the planning via phone calls and e-mail. StoneMill worked with us on zoning and building code issues; they were creative problem-solvers who knew their product when technical challenges arose; they communicated promptly and accurately with us at every turn. During one of our coldest and snowiest Decembers, they erected our house in a remote location – on time and on budget. The following summer, they helped us make arrangements with a talented and experienced contractor for staining and chinking. After three years, StoneMill is just a phone call away. Most importantly, we have a beautiful house, with a one-of-a-kind feel that will please our family and friends for generations.

Barbara and Keith Quinton

Hanover, New Hampshire