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Amish Log Cabins

Amish Log Homes For Any Use:

Meadowlark has provided hundreds of log cabins for every use imaginable from backyard garden storage to lake getaway and guest homes. Meadowlark Log Homes builds log cabins in various sizes in a simple, affordable rectangular design, with both single level cabins, and those with a loft.

Sizing Your Amish Log Cabin or Home:

Single Level VS Two Level:

We recommend single level cabins up to 500 sq. ft. in size. When the size is greater than 500 sq. ft. on the main floor, the loft becomes more cost effective, since a stairway can only be installed in cabins at least 20 feet wide. In addition to that, you will sacrifice too much main floor space with a stairway, so a loft makes more sense for larger cabins. We do not recommend using ladders to the loft, and lofts with ladders should be considered used for storage areas only.

What We Suppy:

Meadowlark is able to supply you with all the items you will need to re-assemble your log cabin onsite, should you choose to do it yourself. These materials include fasteners such as screws, gasket, pins, nails, as well as stain, varnish, chink products, and specialized tools such as sander/buffers and chink guns. Most Customers request that we ship all these items along with their log package which saves a considerable amount of time and money if you were to shop around for every single item you will need to set your logs.

The other option is to request an onsite re-assembly with Meadowlark's professional crew if you are building in Montana, North Dakota, or in Canada. For other areas, you can request and see if Amish Construction LLC is able to provide those services in your area.

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The bottom line... A Meadowlark Log Home is Strong, Efficient and among the best values in log homes today, no matter what size log building you need.

Featured Log Homes

  • Cabins
  • Chalets
  • Homesteads
  • Lodges
Everything you would want in a small cabin can be found in this perfectly sized 16'x20' Amish built log cabin featuring a kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
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The Green Gables log cabin is a perfect for a small home or a wilderness getaway. The double level layout allows for two bedrooms in a small area, making this a good option for a small starter home.
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The 18x24 Log Cabin is consistently one of our most popular cabins, being affordably priced, roomy and proportioned just right. The perfect size for a small second home or a delightful backwoods retreat.
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The Swiss Chalet is the most popular of Meadowlark's Chalets. It has a way of capturing your heart and imagination.
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Inspired and perfected over decades of Amish handcrafting, the Montana Chalet is home for many happy families. The floor plan is simple, beautiful and fully functional.
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The original Yellowstone Chalet was built on the banks of the Yellowstone River as a perfect family starter log home.
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The Montana Rancher is a much- loved design by the numerous owners of this model. Several variations in floor plan layout have been used, and like all of Meadowlark's models, custom changes are no problem.
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Our skilled Amish craftsmen built this two bedroom, two bath log home close to Glacier National Park in the town of Hungry Horse, Montana, merging efficiency with comfort to create a masterpiece.
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The Silver Wolf was assembled by skilled Amish craftsmen for the family that operates the Silver Wolf Log Chalets near West Glacier, Montana. In addition to the home, there are Meadowlark cabins next door for rental.
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The Montana Lodge is a spacious log home built by Meadowlark's Amish log home craftsmen. Breathtaking views from the porch, fireside gatherings in the Great Room, or relaxing in the theater and rec room is only the beginning of living in this amazing log home.
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The Hart's Content design is one of Meadowlark's favorites and is an Amish built log home you will want to see for yourself by viewing the photo gallery. Just ask the owners of this home if they ever plan on moving from this beautiful home.
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The Bull Lake Lodge is one of Meadowlark's original Amish log Home designs and remains one of our favorites. Large gathering areas, both indoor and outdoor, accentuate the large bedrooms and bathrooms that make this a favorite design.
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The Meadowlark Log Home Difference

• Woodworking has been in our family for generations, even before our forefathers came to America around 1730 and brought their cabin- building and timber construction skills with them. In 1976, we built our first flat on flat style log cabin.

• Meadowlark's hand built log cabins are perfect for a weekend retreat, guest house, or a cozy home.

• Energy efficiency is great because of our cabin log's high insulation values. Value and quality are assured with every log cabin hand made by our skilled craftsmen.

• The Log Homes Council LHC GRADE STAMP on each log of your cabin assures you of the highest level of quality control available in a hand made cabin. You will receive a log grade certificate with your log cabin!

• Green building is a part of every Meadowlark Log Cabin because we use ONLY logs that are from forest improvement practices.

• Hand notching, hardwood dowels, and mortise and tenon joinery is used in the beams and support logs in every log cabin we produce. We provide Log Railing, character logs, and other accessories to round out your log cabin experience. Give us a call!

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Annual Amish Auction

NEXT AUCTION: May 21st, 2016

The Auction, Food and Fun kicks off at 9:00 AM on the Third Saturday in May. The hard working people of our community, and Meadowlark Log Homes, co- host an annual Amish auction where you can buy all sorts of handmade Amish items such as quilts, furniture, food, sometimes horses and machinery, as well as various sizes Log Cabins and Log Homes.

In the early 1980s, the annual Amish auction our father helped pioneer was believed to be the world's only log home auction at that time. Part of the proceeds from each sale help support our local school.
Click here for more info, photos and videos of past auctions.