- 2,421 liveable
- 626 garage
- 795 decks/patios
The Dakota showcases a lot of character. The curved timber frame glass prow provides expansive views outside while the custom timber trusses that line the great room highlight the beauty inside.
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Altered: Size & Product
While the original Dakota concept was drawn as a hybrid log wall and timber frame structure, this client chose timber frame only. Space was added to the main level to expand the pantry, great room and kitchen.
The slope of the client's lot was perfect for the addition of a 1,100 sq.ft. walk-out basement. Space on the main level and loft were slightly decreased, and the plan was mirrored to fit the property better.
Altered: Size and Complexity
Using the original layout as a starting point, this client expanded the master bathroom, enlarged the mudroom area and added a dance studio above the garage. A porch was added just off of the kitchen where half of it is screened in and the porch is divided by a two-sided fireplace.
During the design process your designer will discuss how the four major factors of cost - square footage, complexity, product mix, and finishes - will affect your estimated turnkey cost.COST FEASIBILITY
PrecisionCraft has been building timber and log homes for over 30 years, and in that time one thing remains true, no two projects are ever the same.CUSTOMIZING PLANS
An important part of many of our designs is the space allocated for outdoor living. Examples of what we can add include a pergola next to the house, a gazebo on the deck or a stand-alone structure in the backyard. Using the same log or timber materials in your outdoor structure as those in your custom home, will tie your entire property together.