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Case studies - Homes for living

Norwegian Log cabins and lodges are for much more than just holidays - you can live in them as your permanent home, too.

Royston Davies, his wife Emma and their two children live in a three-bedroom Norwegian Log transportable cabin on a Dorset hillside by the coast. Former teacher Royston originally had two mobile holiday homes in the grounds of his cottage, but decided to replace them with a more substantial Norwegian Log transportable cabin.

Three two-bedroom Norwegian Log lodges that have been completed in Surrey are the brainchild of Bill Everett, who sees them as part of his retirement package. Bill moved into his own two-bedroom Norwegian Log cabin, then obtained planning permission for three similar buildings on the same site. Purchasers will be able to live in their own beautifully designed Norwegian Log cabins in an area of outstanding natural beauty, and Bill's retirement will be secure.


Too good for holidaymakers?

Royston Davies, his wife Emma and their two children live in a three-bedroom Norwegian Log transportable home on a Dorset hillside by the coast. Former teacher Royston originally had two mobile holiday homes in the grounds of his cottage, but decided to replace them with a more substantial Norwegian Log transportable home. However, once this was completed the family liked it so much that they moved in themselves! They now let their cottage to holidaymakers.


Pension investment

Three two-bedroom Norwegian Log homes that have been completed in Surrey are the brainchild of Bill Everett, who sees them as part of his retirement package. Bill moved into his own two-bedroom Norwegian Log home, then obtained planning permission for three similar buildings on the same site. Purchasers will be able to live in their own beautifully designed Norwegian Log home in an area of outstanding natural beauty, and Bill's retirement will be secure.

 

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