Crooked Tree of Texas

Thank you for your interest in Crooked Tree of Texas Log Cabins and Homes. Distinctly different from northern style log homes, ours are "Pure Texas" designed after early Texas log cabins. These unique, handcrafted, log cabins and homes are as beautiful as they are tough and allow a list of options to suit your needs. These homes were developed for use on ranches and rural resort areas which require structures that can withstand harsh conditions and require "little or no maintenance". Below is a list of just a few of the many options we have offered for over Twenty-Five years:
Our system of construction and our quality products have been proven to provide less expensive, attractive and durable log cabins and homes to our customers. That's why we say:





Crooked Tree of Texas
Typical Views of our Larger Log Cabin Homes

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Crooked Tree of Texas
Typical Views of our Weekend Ranch Cabins

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List of Options
  • All sizes available from small weekend cabins to large homes...

  • Various stages of completion available...

  • Individually priced completion services up to turnkey...

  • Floating floor plan...

  • Free preliminary quotes, floor plan prints and completion estimates...

  • Requires no inner wall support - may impliment floor plan at a later date if desired...

  • Heavily insulated floors, walls and ceilings...

  • Large open areas such as den, kitchen or dining room...

  • High pitch roofs easily allow upper living space bedrooms, bathrooms or lofts...

  • Full four sided covered porches Available...

  • Up to 3 roof dormers available...

  • Upper decks with lower carports available..

  • Handicap accessible..

  • No landscaping required, even on severly uneven locations...

  • Built on location, anywhere in rural TEXAS





Available in
Base Packages to 100% turnkey

BUILT ON LOCATION ANYWHERE IN RURAL TEXAS

 





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