Many of our homes have been internationally recognized with awards and achievements. From single-level homes under 2000 square feet to luxurious and expansive homes over 10,000 square feet, we work hard to deliver you the best product.
By far our most popular plan, the Award Winning Ruby Lake timber frame house design truly is a gem. This two-story home immediately greets the eye with expansive views and spacious living. Efficiency is the cornerstone of the Ruby Lake timber house plan.
We are please to announce that the Turtle Valley Timber Frame was awarded a 2013 Silver Keystone Award for ‘Best single family detached home between 1,500 – 1,999 sq.ft.’
Initially the intent for this space was an exterior shower. Following the site clearing and blasting, however, it became evident that the natural rock formation and location deserved a more impressive feature.
Honorable Mention in Log Home Living’s 2010 Floor Plan Design Awards.
The Cortes exudes tremendous character. From the flared log posts and purlins to the large, unique window configurations allowing access to a full 270 degree view, this log cabin is designed without a ridgepole to allow for a full length ridge sky light over the great room and loft, allowing natural light to pour in….
Awarded Best Project 2007 by the International Log Builder Association.
Winner of the 2006 Log Home Living’s Top 10 Floor Plans, the Roosevelt Log Home has tremendous character yet maintains a simple, open plan concept.
The Ruby Lake Log Home is one of the Affordable Log Homes Magazine’s 15 Top Designs under 2,500 sq. ft. It is a well-planned, efficient home that utilizes space and creates space while wrapping the home in extensive views.
Winner of the 2008 Log Home Living Magazine’s Top 10 Design Contest, the Ruby Lake Log Home is our most popular plan.
The Sakinaw Ridge timber frame plan was originally designed for an oceanfront property. Because of its popularity, over the past year we have designed five modified versions for other types of properties.
This plan is a reminder of the simplistic rustic style log/timber frame house of days long ago. The combination of the open and efficient layout, the log style characteristics and the cozy feel of a traditional style log cabin, make this the perfect get-away home.