Stephen Dubberly shared this history of the house, via Richard Wheeler: The house is owned by Dr. Hank Wheeler; it was built by his grandfather, Silas Wheeler in the early 1900s.
Typical of pioneer log structures, the material is rough-hewn.
Mud chinking served as the insulation, but over time, much of this has disintegrated.
As seen here, the structure is actually two smaller log buildings set together to make a larger whole.
A nice old log barn survives (barely) on the property, as well.