Examples of our Timber Frame and SIP Home Kits
This particular design is unique in that large eve and rake over-hangs with additional interior/ exterior timberwork and corner bracing have been included. The exterior could be finished with stucco siding and a cedar shake roof or equally beautiful with random width vertical cedar siding and architectural shingles or metal roofing.
This New England colonial, a familiar design, is known for it’s practicality and charm. Incorporating the needs of a large family, this home boasts additional living space on the third floor. The stone faced front entry enhances the look of this home and can be enlarged to accommodate a mud room.
For those who dream of log home living, “The Homestead” gives you the best of both worlds! A log cabin feeling with the advantages of a beautiful super-insulated timber frame. The open concept kitchen, living and dining area has ample room for a large fieldstone fireplace. With two bedrooms downstairs, the second floor features the master bedroom and bath, as well as a loft office/sitting area overlooking the cathedral ceiling living room.
This cottage style design, though modest in size, is quite versatile. As a year round residence, bedrooms have been added to accommodate a larger family. For just the two of you, a cathedral ceiling living area with a master bedroom suite on the second floor gives you that feeling of being on a weekend retreat!
The open concept floor plan with the centrally located greenhouse/ kitchen, makes this Cape Cod design wonderful for family gatherings! The second floor kneewall adds more head room, making this home very economical to build.
This traditional saltbox design features a classic wrap around porch, a large functional kitchen and open concept dining and living areas. the porch can be built as shown or with our post & beam system. On the second floor, three dormers provide additional light and character to the bedrooms sitting area.
This two story colonial design can be maximized by incorporating a third floor loft. It’s great for additional bedrooms, a private master loft & balcony, office space or as a separated play area for the kids. The interior space combined with the large wrap around porch, makes this a truly magnificent family home.
Have you considered a barn styled home? From the exterior dimensions to the interior floor plans, this traditonal New England barn design is infinitely flexible. Utilizing the third floor loft makes sense because it’s economical space to finish. Work with us to create floor plans that suits your family’s particular needs.
The cathedral ceiling and expansive glass front of this chalet invites warm sunlight into the living and loft bedroom areas. The screened porch adds more living area and can be glassed in for three season use. Need more bedrooms? A site with a sloping lot can accommodate a walk-out basement, which is ideal for the purpose.
Keep in mind that home sizes can be altered and floor plans can be redesigned. Window and door styles can be changed. Second and third floor loft areas can be left open or decked over for more living area. Additions, dormers, porches garages, etc. can also be easily added.
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