This 18x24 log home, circa 1880s, is extremely rare. Rescued from the upper peninsula of Michigan, the logs have been hewn on the faces and coped together along the rounded edges of the top and bottom creating a very narrow (if any) chinking gap. The corners have a full dovetail notch, making this one of the most unique log homes we have ever seen.

What is a Swedish Cope? A Swedish Cope is where each log has been hand-peeled with a draw knife and cut in a half moon shaped groove to form a perfect fit to the log below.