From the northern border to the Gulf Coast, Alabama offers a wealth of beautiful places to build your dream timber frame home. Whichever setting you favor, Riverbend will help you create an Alabama timber frame to fit your location, budget, and lifestyle.
Every representative at Riverbend Timber Framing is a company employee. We value each and every one of our customers, and we hold ourselves and our employees to a high standard. That’s why you can rely on working with an in-house Riverbend representative with every home.
If you are having trouble deciding on a timber frame style that will fit your family best, browse through our floor plan gallery – there are plenty of concepts that will inspire your very own home design.
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You have unique goals for building your timber frame dream home and John is here to help answer questions about costs, design, and our building system.
“Building a timber home is an exciting process no matter where you choose to build; I look forward to talking with you about your project.”
The look and feel of a traditional timber frame home fits right in with any of the diverse locations within the state of Alabama. If you haven’t yet decided where to build, here are some of our favorite locations.
Rich in history, technology, museums, and cultural opportunities, Huntsville also offers myriad recreational activities, restaurants, and outstanding shopping and golf. Build your timber frame home in Huntsville-area communities including Madison, Triana, and Hampton Cove.
Birmingham is a medical and financial center, as well as a cultural and heritage destination. The city is also famous for its beautiful golf courses, year-round entertainment, shopping, and world-class dining. Birmingham is centrally located between Huntsville and Montgomery, so your Birmingham timber home will be within reach of all the area has to offer.
The capital of Alabama, Montgomery is steeped in history and culture. In the metro area, beautiful sites for your timber home can be found in Montgomery and the surrounding communities including Prattville, and Millbrook. If you’re looking to leave the city behind, consider sites in Wilcox and Dallas counties near Roland Cooper State Park and the Dannelly Reservoir for your Alabama timber frame.
Alabama’s Gulf Coast region begins in Clark County and follows the Alabama River through the countryside to the Mobile River and Mobile Bay. Choose a riverside site for your timber frame home in communities including Jackson, McIntosh, Mount Vernon, or Stockton, or head straight to the bay and build your timber frame in beach towns like Daphne, Montrose, Fairhope, Bon Secour, or Gulf Shores, to name just a few.
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