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Virginia is a state immersed in historical significance and dramatic natural beauty. Between the awe-inspiring Blue Ridge Mountains of the west and miles of stunning shoreline in the east, you’ll find lively cities and charming towns amidst the many natural wonders. With plentiful, affordable land for sale, it’s also an ideal place to build your custom log home.
Do you want a rustic, mountain log cabin nestled in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley where you can escape the stress of city living? Would you like to start anew in a beach home where you can begin each morning watching the sunrise over the Atlantic? Real Log Homes can help make your dream a reality. As a leader in log home design since 1974, we make it easy to create the home you’ve always wanted.
When you partner with Real Log Homes to build in Virginia, you’ll work with an experienced regional manager or one of our Independent Representatives—custom home builders who make log home construction as straightforward as possible. We’re also proud to work with local architects and builders, allowing them to provide clients with an extensive selection of beautiful, functional, and sustainable homes.
With the Blue Ridge Mountains to the east and Alleghenies to the west, the Shenandoah Valley stretches more than 140 miles from Winchester to Staunton. Outdoor adventures range from hiking the Appalachian Trail to kayaking or tubing on the River to exploring caverns. After a day outdoors, there is plenty of access to world-class dining and cultural centers, such as Staunton’s Blackfriars Playhouse, the world’s only recreation of Shakespeare’s indoor theater. Building a log home here means all of these will be at your doorstep.
Work with one of Real Log Homes custom home builders in the Charlottesville or Lake Anna area to build your dream home. Here, you can enjoy the peace and quiet of country or lakeside living along with easy access to major city centers, including the capital city of Richmond and Charlottesville, home to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and the University of Virgina.