Project Description


Lake Ohau in NZ is one very special place on this planet and is the inspiration for our new log home plan Ohau we have taken this log home, changed the dimensions and lay out and created and amazing floor plan and cozy log cabin. With three (3) Bedrooms a Bunkroom, two (2) Bathrooms and a Study, it’s going to be one of our most popular and economical plans incorporating our signature style with a stone knee wall. When you step into this quaint looking log home it just opens up with open plan kitchen and dining areas, the living room and the bi-fold doors opening outside for that Alfresco summer living and the stone fireplace and wrap around staircase leading to the loft. This house plan is a great getaway for two families’ to share their dream of a comfortable, yet affordable handcrafted log home.


  • Livable: 177.5 m2 or 19.1 Squares

  • Verandah:  46.4 m2 or 5.0 Squares

  • Carport: 66.8 m2 or 7.1 Squares



During the design process, Alpine Design will discuss with you and establish your customized requirements. Based on your Budget, Location, Lifestyle, Fixtures and Finishing’s, and explain how these factors affect the Turn Key cost.


In 22 years of designing and constructing Log and Timber Post and Beam Homes, there has been one thing that has remained constant; no two projects ever remain the same. Browse the plans to get inspiration, ideas, or a starting point for your own custom handcrafted log or timber post and beam floor plan.


The OHAU plan is one of our BIMx Virtual Architectural models.  The BMIx App allows you to navigate and view this model in 3D or Virtual Reality using your desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile. If you have the free BIMx app installed, click on the link to download and explore the OHAU model.

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ALPINE LOG & TIMBER HOMES is a proud member of the Log Builders Association of New Zealand, International Log Builders Association and the Master Builders Association of Victoria. Organizations dedicated to furthering the craft of log building, the advancement of builders, and to the promotion of the highest standards of their trade.