Even though PrecisionCraft offers a wide variety of design concepts, every home we build is just as unique as our clients. Our proven design processes and experienced team at M.T.N Architects help our clients to create one-of-a-kind log and timber homes. Today we want to highlight some of these homes and show how each client went from a design that inspired them, to something completely their own.
This Appalachian style design turned beach-side getaway, is built on the banks of beautiful Lake Almanor. The couple was originally inspired by the rustic appeal of the Alderbrook includes its long covered porches and mix of stone, metal and wood materials. Adapting the floor plan to match their property by the lake, the California couple eliminated the basement level from their plan and included a covered breezeway to their detached garage. The custom arched timber trusses framing the entry window wall provide the perfect dramatic entrance into this modified design.
Oregon Blue Ridge
Inspired by the sprawling design and cascading rooflines of the Blue Ridge, these cattle ranching Oregonians collaborated with PrecisionCraft’s design team, M.T.N Architects to customize this design to fit their lot and lifestyle. Alterations to this multi-level plan included a gazebo off the west side and a semi attached garage that allowed more room for another porch space. The end result was a beautiful ranch home that fit right in with the lush Oregon scenery and the couple’s way of living.
Illinois Crested Butte
This Illinois couple loved the idea of building a mountain-style home and had a distinct vision that included timber, stone, floor-to-ceiling picture windows and outdoor living spaces. The couple chose the Crested Butte as their initial design concept then worked with their designers to create a plan that encompassed their complete vision. Their changes included a large, partially sunken great room and a basement with a guest suite, exercise room, and large unfinished storage room. The installation for this home took place in February and is expected to be completed this fall.
Colorado Wood River
Drawn to one of our most popular design concepts, the Wood River, this couple came to us envisioning their own version built on their Colorado ranch. Although the open spaces of the main living area made this single-level plan feel spacious enough, the couple decided to add a basement for additional rooms and living areas. Working with M.T.N Architects, they were able to retain the look and feel of the Wood River on the exterior while almost doubling their livable square footage on the interior.
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