We build luxury log homes nation-wideIf you're looking at buying or building a custom log home, Caribou Creek Log and Timber Frame Homes is your company We are hoping our plans will get your design ideas flowing; they are not all that you can do by any stretch of the imaginationWe are a committed timber and log home builder whose homes are a direct reflection of your unique vision, location and budget Each full length log is cut, carved and then assembled together into the finished structure right here The industry is diverse, encompassing up-and-coming artisan makers, established business making handcrafted soap and cosmetic products, vendors who provide products and services to the makers, and the general public as consumers of handcrafted Handcrafted Amish Log Homes Custom Log Homes Built in Montana Typically featuring one-of-a-kind charm and quality craftsmanship, luxury log homes also include high-end amenities, specialty spaces (think media rooms, gyms and wine cellars) and spectacular views Unlike milled or kit homes, our log shells are individually crafted by skilled logsmiths using chainsaws and traditional tools The HSCG non-profit trade association serving the handcrafted soap and cosmetic industryYou can modify them if you choose, submit your own plans, or work with our in-house design team to create your one-of-a-kind dream home Montana Log Homes are log homes with a difference, a handcrafted difference Our custom log homes are The Mission of the HSCG Welcome to Montanas premier Amish log home builders All our homes are of the highest quality and are as energy-efficient as the are beautiful Our families Amish roots come from 1600s EuropeLuxury Log Homes A luxury log home can be built in any style, in any location It was here that Jay learned the difference in a quality handcrafted log homeBrowse our Log Home Floor Plans Amish Handmade- Centuries of CraftsmanshipHe moved to Montana in the 70s to graduate from the University of Montana in Forestry and take a position as a log crafter with Alpine Log Homes, which was the first Standard of Excellence for the modern log home industry