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We encourage you to browse through our gallery of homes below to see intricate details of previously built Jubach log homes. Whether you’re looking for design inspiration or just want to see the quality of our work, these photos will help you visualize both the interior of a Jubach log home and the exterior of a Jubach property.

  • Antler Ridge

    David and Michelle grew up enjoying the Hocking Hills and the southern Ohio region along the river. They were thrilled to build a log home in the Hocking Hills to provide the same experiences for their children and other family members. Michelle’s choice to mix painted cabinetry with naturally finished hickory adds tasteful color in the kitchen, master and guest baths. A Jubach first can be found in this home, check out the built-in bunk beds in the lower level. 

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  • Ashling Place

    This 2,600-square-foot home is situated on a 20-acre property overlooking a spring-fed lake. The home’s large, expansive windows and abundant exterior decking provide breathtaking views from every space in and outside the home.

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  • Bethel Ridge

    After eight years of renting cabins in the Hocking Hills, Frank and Terri decided to build their perfect hideaway. Their 2,600-square-foot sanctuary is situated on 20 acres of mature woods.

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  • Buona Vita Cabin

    From the outdoor wet/dry sauna house with ceramic shower to the reclaimed barn-wood floors throughout, this log home includes a number of custom features that make it truly unique. The home’s exterior features a unique step-down walkway to the house that gives it a treehouse-type feel.

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  • Escanaba

    Situated on 20 wooded acres, this five-bedroom, 2.5-bath log home is full of truly unique features and amenities. The master bath features built-in, hand-carved trees and a custom footboard with retracting television.

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  • Green Country Cottage

    Owners Ron and Terri were looking for the ideal place not far from Columbus to have a private family getaway. They found it in the Hocking Hills within close proximity to many state park attractions. They took a Jubach spec home already in construction and made it their own. With Terri’s flare for decorating, they […]

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  • Hickory Ridge

    Sheila and Mike built their 2,800-square-foot log home as an escape for the whole family. Their carriage house apartment adds even more living space, with a bedroom kitchenette, bathroom and living area.

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  • Holy Cross Lodge

    This incredible log home has nearly 5,000 square feet of living space along with a matching log carriage house that includes a finished guest suite. It’s perfect for owners Chuck and Venetia’s growing family of grandchildren. This private home is full of personal touches and a display of commitment to family and faith. The beauty […]

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  • Luxury Lakeside Lodge

    For Dublin residents John and Cathy, their 3,000-square-foot log home overlooking the lake at Hide-A-Way Hills is an opportunity to reconnect with family. Every detail of this home is truly custom to bring their dream home to life – including dark trim that contrasts the natural color of walls, a mudroom off the garage, sliding barn doors, a staircase featuring a rod iron railing and a two-story garage with a walkway from the home.

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