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Scherzo

2 Floors
3 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
159 m² Total area
83.8 m² Living area
31 m² Terrace/balcony area

Shcerzo is an imposing two-storey family log home with bold facade elements.

Shcerzo looks majestic and massive, yet with a hint of experimentalism. You will certainly be inspired to create a stylish garden to complement your new home. The high-pitched roof adds a touch of festivity to the balcony and the terrace. Every get-together here becomes a memorable occasion.

All rooms on the first storey function as an elegant whole. This arrangement is well-suited for families who are socially and generally active as they will find plenty of reasons to spend quality time together by the cosy fireplace. Large outdoor terrace serves as a link between the rooms and the garden.

From the entrance hall you can access wardrobe and sauna facilities.

Second storey with three separate bedrooms is private family space. Largest of the three bedrooms has a balcony with a romantic view across the garden, a convenient wardrobe and a luxurious bathroom. The other two bedrooms share one shower room and a restroom.
Adjacent to the main entrance are a covered 2-car parking space and a shed.

We use 100% renewable energy
CE Strength Graded Structural Timber
FSC
ISO 9001
Accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service
Green Energy 100%

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  • Ideal For Family of 4
  • Large Outdoor Terrace

Technical information

Number of bathrooms
3
Number of bedrooms
3
Number of floors
2
All year residence option
Has balcony
Has fireplace
Has garage
Has sauna
Has terrace/balcony
Has utility room
Has wardrobe
Total area
159 m²
Living area
83.8 m²
Terrace/balcony area
31 m²

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Testimonials

Family Roosve log house

We selected Palmatin thanks to fast feedback and informational webpage.  There were a lot of house plans and projects. Many other log house companies didn’t offer drawings. We asked price offers from 7 to 8 companies and only received two price offers – one was from Palmatin.

Log home Margus

The role of Sales consultant was very important. Your competitors (we tried three-four producers) sales consultants weren’t adequate. Palmatin sales consultant was very helpful and we always got information that we needed. The whole selling process was made professionally and this was the main reason why we selected Palmatin.

Wall types

  • Stone facade

    It is possible to use different stone materials as wall coverings. It is possible to choose from brick, decorative stone, etc. If you use stone as your external wall covering, a special cement board is installed on the prefabricated wall and the stone material will be installed thereupon on the site. In the case of stone covering, a wider foundation must be built to support the wall covering.

  • Rendered facade

    It is similar to a stone facade, a special cement board will be installed on the prefabricated walls. The rendering of the facade will take place on the site.

  • Wooden boarding

    With wooden facade you have many additional options. You may choose between different cladding profiles, types of wood and the manners of treatment of the wood (varnished, painted, impregnated, etc.) Treated wooden cladding will be installed on the prefabricated walls at the factory.

Three different price levels

  • Basic

    Basic – includes drawings for the log part, log part of the house, T-battens for openings, hydro isolation between the foundation and first log row, wooden dowels, isolation between the logs, special metallic parts and packages to be delivered in the order of assembly. The Basic kit is suitable if you wish to buy only the walls of the house and build the rest of the house yourself.

  • Standard

    Standard – in addition to the Basic kit, this kit includes rafters, roof hydro isolation, ventilation slats, sarking, first floor joists, balcony joists, windows, exterior doors and special metallic accessories. The Standard kit is suitable if you wish to get a weatherproof house quickly and then continue with interior works in your own pace.

  • Premium

    Premium  – in addition to the Standard kit, this kit includes all other wooden materials needed to finish the house, interior doors and a staircase. The Premium kit is the most comfortable kit, including all wooden materials needed to build a house. This is suitable if you wish to finish the house quickly without spending time worrying about the quantity or availability of materials.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do log homes place any special demands on utilities (pipe lines, sewer, etc.)?

No, all traditional solutions work fine with log houses.

How much does a log house settle?

It depends on the profile of the logs used. For solid log profiles the settlement is about 3-4% for every meter of height. If glued laminated log profiles are used you will have settlement around 1%. Since the settlement is taken into notice during the engineering process you can move into your new home right away.

Which type of foundation is best suited for a log house?

The type of foundation needed has more to do with the properties of the soil and ground on the building site and the size of the house. You can use any type of foundation (pier foundation, strip foundation, base slab).

Are log homes cheaper to build compared to houses from other materials?

Log houses are usually cheaper then similar size stone houses or concrete houses