Oregon Timber Frame Homes
From vibrant communities of the Willamette Valley to the ranching communities of eastern Oregon, and the formidable cliffs of the Oregon Coast, the tradition of a Riverbend timber frame home will complement the landscape.
Featured Oregon Locations
The look and feel of a traditional timber frame home fits right into the culture enriched areas within the state of Oregon. If you haven't yet decided where to build, here are some of our favorite locations.
Bend is one of the most popular vacation and retirement home areas in Oregon because of the magnificent views and recreational opportunities. A timber home with expansive interiors is a perfect fit for the area.
Portlandís progressive culture, lively arts scene and beautiful scenery are natural draws for those dreaming of an Oregon timber frame. Consider sites in the city, or the surrounding communities of Lake Oswego, Willsonville, Canby and Newberg.
Mt. Hood and the cliffs of the awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge look down on quaint riverfront towns, all of them attractive locations for your Oregon timber home. Consider The Dalles, Hood River, or Maupin for your Mount Hood timber frame home.
Build your timber home in Oregonís state capital and get all the resources of a big city with the friendliness of a small town. Salem offers beautiful vistas and parks, outstanding performing and visual arts, quaint shopping and great restaurants.
The Oregon Coast
Oregon's nearly 363 miles of pristine, public coastline is made up of diverse terrain, from rugged cliffs to evergreen forests to sandy beaches. If youíre dreaming of an Oregon timber home by the sea, consider costal communities including Tillamook, Lincoln City, Coos Bay, Port Orford and Brookings.