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Sharon Wrenn


Sales Office
Model Home Location:
Route 732 off Route 24 East
in Bedford County, VA

Address:
1631 Headens Bridge Road
Bedford, VA 24523

Phone: (540) 297-8991

Hours by Appointment

DIRECTIONS:
Route 460 East from Roanoke, VA, to Route 122 South. 9.5 miles to left turn on Route 24. 4.5 miles to right turn on to Route 732. Model is .06 miles from this turn on the right at Dumplin Mountain Farm.

In 1995, we decided, after attending many log home manufacturer's seminars, to purchase our home from Appalachian Log Structures, Inc. Upon meeting with several of the management personnel, we felt “at home” with the company and were confident that ALSI could provide us with a superior quality product and warranty for our investment.

We began building our custom model home on “Dumplin' Mountain Farm” in rural Bedford County, Virginia, near Smith Mountain Lake in 1996 and in 1997 we moved into our model, along with our canine companions, and opened our home to the public.  The dealership has grown and achieved much recognition of milestones along the way since 1995.  Log Homes of the Blue Ridge continues to be a source of fulfillment for everyone involved. We truly feel that we are living the “good life”, and we enjoy assisting people in achieving their lifelong dream of owning a log home—one that is specifically tailored to meet the needs of their families.

We live, work and volunteer in the community.  We have an investment in the integrity of the dealership, continuing to stay in touch with homeowners long after their building project is complete and move in day has come and gone.   Each and every one of the log homeowners who have entrusted their dream homes to us is part of our growing family. We would consider it our privilege to help you make your dream of owning a log home come true.

Stop by for a visit sometime, and let us share the log home experience with you and your family.  You’ll be glad you explored the world of log home living with Log Homes of the Blue Ridge and Appalachian Log Structures, Inc.

Sincerely,

Sharon Wrenn & Joe Van Pelt