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Mountain Timber Frame Homes in 2018

Mountain-style timber frame homes blend into North America’s many landscapes. This architectural style reflects the rustic homes of the mountains, from the Rockies to the Appalachians. Characteristics of mountain-style timber frame homes include features that take advantage of panoramic views, capitalize on frequently sloped lots, and create seamless indoor-outdoor living. Ideal for modern living, mountain-style homes are built in many different types of settings.

Today, we are featuring three mountain timber frame homes that are scheduled to break ground within the next year. We are excited to see these homeowners’ dreams come to life with the timeless tradition of timber framing.

Timber Frame Home for a Large FamilyEdmon

Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Timber Raising Scheduled: December 2017
Custom Home Design
Square Feet: 6,896

Architectural & Floor Plan Features:

  • Prominent exterior timber framing
  • Four bay garage with dedicated ATV bay
  • Large outdoor living areas, including a wrap around deck
  • Screened porch with double sided fireplace
  • Walk out basement
  • Private office and homework nooks

Secluded Timber Frame Retreat

Location: Olympic Peninsula, Washington
Timber Raising Scheduled: May 2018
Home Design Inspired by the Mayson
Square Feet: 3,146

Architectural & Floor Plan Features:

  • Prow window
  • Walkout basement with flex space
  • Elevator
  • Covered deck and patio
  • Timber frame portico
  • Second floor dedicated to master suite

Chattahoochee River Valley Timber Frame Home

Georgia Timber Frame Home

Location: Columbus, Georgia
Timber Raising Scheduled: July 2018
Home Inspired by the Mountain View
Square Feet: 3,224

Architectural & Floor Plan Features:

  • King post timber frame trusses
  • Stone accents
  • Covered patio with fireplace
  • Three-car garage
  • Loft
  • Bonus space over garage
  • Master suite on main floor

If you are inspired by these custom home designs, explore our mountain-style timber frame home designs.

Want to break ground on your timber frame home in 2018? Learn more about our design process or contact us to start your dream home today.