Looks warm? Wait till you see the inside

From the deck of their new log home in Montana, three generations of Linda and Renny Lovold’s family watched a moose nurse her calf. Sharing moments like this with their children and grandkids was the impetus that drove the Lovolds to build a home in Big Sky Country. “The goal in building this home was to create a mountain retreat where our family could gather,” says Linda.

As for the logs, Renny always wanted to own a log home. He has fond memories from growing up and visiting his grandfather, who built a hand-hewn log cabin. “Renny spent many summers at the cabin with his grandfather,” says Linda. “It holds warm wonderful memories for him.”

Linda didn’t need any convincing either. “We’ve always loved the cozy feeling of logs,” she says. And for this family of avid skiers, being near the Moonlight Basin and Big Sky ski areas is a dream come true. They can actually ski in and out of their front door.

Memories and winter wonderlands aside, the deal was clinched when the couple visited a friend’s house. “They built their log home using Durfeld Log & Timber logs,” says Linda. “We were impressed with the Old World quality, design and construction.”


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