We went and looked at 15 acres today with a log home on it. There is a 30x40 pole barn, 20x24 garage, septic, well, etc. The problem now comes to the house. The main area is 28x38 with a 10x12 room on the side. When they built the house, they used green wood, cut the top and bottom of each log to stack on each other but left the two sides round for the log look. They did not overlap the corners, just butted them together. The roofline is not straight, and looking at the logs itâs no surprise. On one end, the top logs are bowed out pretty far and it looks like some of them are rotted. Question: Can this place be repaired, or is it a wipe out and redo kind of project?