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A Luxury Log Home With a Pioneering Spirit


For his own Canadian log home, logger David Chevigny pulled from the influences of the surrounding land — and his family’s business — to give his grand retreat a personal twist.

Story by Suzanna Logan
Photography by Joseph Hilliard

In the city of Williams Lake, British Columbia, the Wild West lives on. To locals, the city is still known as a cowboy town. The beauty here is raw. Rugged mountains rise above pristine lakes and cattle ranches sprawl out across vast stretches of green. To live here requires at least a touch of frontier spirit.

Perched on a ridge high above the town, David and Alyssa Chevigny’s 5,500-square-foot home isn’t exactly a rustic cabin, but it fits its surroundings perfectly. With its 35 acres dotted with live-stock (“We run cows and pigs here,” David says) the log post-and-beam beauty pays homage to the area’s ranching roots.




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Comment by ed ziobro on May 23, 2016 at 3:46pm

very nice

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