1. Graeagle, Calif.
Built in 2008, this log home’s great room has a vaulted ceiling and a two-story stone chimney. Additional features include a guest suite, fieldstone floors, and a solarium. $1,800,000. Carol Carlson, Alain Pinel Realtors, (408) 832-8588
2. Conifer, Colo.
This five-bedroom pine-and-spruce home sits on 24 acres and has a stone arch entryway and a five-car garage. Interior highlights include a wine cellar, a steam room, radiant floor heat, and a Jacuzzi. $2,495,000. Sharon Quine, owner, (303) 838-6677
3. Dowagiac, Mich.
This three-bedroom red-cedar home sits on a wooded 66-acre parcel that includes three ponds. A log bridge provides entry to the house, which features a recreation room with a pool table and a large stone fireplace. $1,290,000. Inez Leck, Cressy & Everett, (269) 782-2877
4. Somers, Mont.
Built on a hillside above Flathead Lake, this residence features three stories of views to the water. The interior includes reclaimed wood floors, a native rock fireplace, and an elevator. $2,250,000. Tom Brown, Trails West/Christie’s Great Estates, (406) 837-7050
Steal of the week
5. Claverack, N.Y.
This unfinished log cabin sits on seven acres. The three-bedroom home has V-joint ceilings, two full baths, and a full walkout basement. $399,000. Mary Beaton Stapleton, Halstead Property, (518) 828-0181
6. Park City, Utah
This nine-bedroom log getaway sits between Park City Mountain and Canyons ski resorts and has direct ski-in/ski-out access. The home has 10 baths, an indoor sports court, and an outdoor fire pit and hot tub. $5,900,000. Marcie Davis, Summit Sotheby’s International Realty, (435) 649-1884
7. Jackson, Wyo.
This four-bedroom home in the Grand Tetons was built from hand-smoothed lodgepole pine logs. Details include extensive use of fossil rock, vaulted redwood ceilings, and reclaimed beams from Wyoming mines. $7,495,000. Chad & Dianne Budge, Jackson Hole Real Estate Assoc./Christie’s Great Estates, (307) 413-1364