The full post and beam home plan, Loon Crossing at Pleasant Lake, has been completed. We received final construction photos recently and the home looks amazing. The house is located on a lake and is already booked out for the…
Welcome to Seminiole cottage. No, this is not a spelling error!
There is no detail left unconsidered when it comes to Meredith House. This large estate home has it all.
This plan is perfect for a small home, a weekend get-away, or a lakeside cottage.
Diversity reigns among today’s new homeowners, but there is common ground within their ranks.
Post and beam homes are equally comfortable on rural build sites or within established neighborhoods.
We have continued to create well built, energy efficient, panelized post and beam homes.
Last week we featured a partial post and beam single level plan called The Morton. This week we kick it up a notch with a full post and beam single level contemporary barn home plan, The Lexington.
Sugar Hill is a three bedroom, two and one-half bath floor plan, wrapped up in 1837 square feet of timber frame beauty. This is one cute house!
A Timber frame, or post and beam construction as we often refer to it, is the perfect choice for anyone building a lodge or mountain home style. But how much timber frame should be used and how is the overall cost of the project effected by these choices? I'm going to kill two birds with one stone by explaining how your timber frame choices affect cost while simultaneously updating you on one of our newest builds, The Ashuelot Lodge.