Colorado Timber Frame Homes
Bustling city or silent mountains? Warm desert or snowy peaks? In Colorado, the choice is yours. With a beautiful landscape that has inspired dozens of state and national parks, and some of the fastest growing cities in the country, Colorado offers diverse choices for building your Riverbend timber frame home.
Featured Colorado Locations
The look and feel of a traditional timber frame home fits right into the diverse regions within the state of Colorado. If you haven't yet decided where to build, here are some of our favorite locations.
Consistently rated one of the world's top ski areas, Aspen also attracts mountain bikers, kayakers and rafters, and rock climbers to explore its wonders throughout the warmer months. Building your timber home here puts you at the heart of an authentic mountain town that also happens to be the Rocky Mountain playground of the rich and famous.
Located at the foot of Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs’ appeal has been climate and culture since its founding. Build your Rocky Mountain timber frame here and you’ll also have a U.S. Olympic Training Center and The U.S. Air Force Academy as neighbors.
Steamboat Springs offers world-class skiing with an undercurrent of cowboy culture. Après ski, take a soak in the famous hot springs before returning to your Steamboat Springs timber home for a hot toddy beside a roaring fire.
Colorado’s capital is often cited as one of the nation’s most livable cities. Enjoy a lively arts and culture scene with an edge of cowboy casual when you build here, or in surrounding communities including Littleton, Golden and Lakewood.
Boulder is a forward-thinking community with a well deserved “Earth Mother” reputation. If you chose Boulder for your Colorado timber home, you’ll join a casually sophisticated community that offers a wealth of both cultural and recreational opportunities.