• Talltoppen 90

    Swedish Collection

    1 Storey

    Our Talltoppen 90 features the signature open plan living area with large windows and high ceilings which are a delightful feature of the Talltoppen design in particular. There is an entrance hall with stairs leading to the mezzanine loft area, a bathroom, a laundry room, three bedrooms and a loft area.  The loft area is usually left open in this model as a home study or media room, or part of the loft area may be closed off into a fourth bedroom with en-suite.

    Triple glazed doors in the lounge lead to wide decking terrace with a large overhanging roof where it is pleasant to sit. High up in the gable is a large window which admits light into the lounge and contributes to the feeling of spaciousness in a Talltoppen house.

    One of the special features of our quality homes is the triple-glazed windows which are supplied as standard in all our homes. In addition to changing the floor plan to suit your needs you can also choose a plasterboard finish to the interior walls and ceilings if you wish.

Specifications
Footprint Area: 90.1 m2

Total Living Area: 95.8 m2

Number of Bathrooms: 1

Number of Bedrooms: 3

Design Collection

Swedish Log homes

Single Storey

Please see our luxurious collection

of single storey log homes

and stylish timber mobile lodges

View more
dorma log homes

1 & 1/2 Storey

Our collection of 1 & 1/2 Storey

timber homes. Single storey homes

with rooms in the loft space

View more
two storey log houses

Two Storey

Our stylish collection of luxury

two storey log homes & buildings

Made with the finest logs from Scandinavia

View more
mobile homes & lodges

Mobile Homes & Lodges

Luxurious & Affordable Homes, Garden Annexes & Home Offices

This our collection of Mobile homes and lodges made from logs or timber panels. These designs are also perfect for garden annexes or a home office. The interior can be built in any way you choose so you can choose exactly where you would like your wall partitions. Mobile homes generally don't need planning permissions as they are not a permanent structure.

See Collection >