(This isn't my house; it's one of Seven Answers).
I had a log house at the back of our property that my father built for me. It had three rooms over three stories so felt quite grand and special. It was a place to hide out in, have snacks, run away from home to and have hours of fun with friends in different adventures playing all sorts of roles (cowboys and Indians, Germans and Allies, space explores (the house could fly)). The structure and architecture of the house stands out. The top floor was pretty high and was a good lookout point to steer the spaceship or keep on a look-out for Germans or Indians. The middle floor served as a place to eat, discuss plans, draw maps... and the lower floor was a place for captured prisoners, storeroom, engine of the spaceship. And as I write this it occurs to me for the first time that this place was built out of the love my father had for me. It was a great and terrific gift, this house in the woods.