The Wood River is the perfect blend of Craftsman design and mountain style architecture. Design highlights include: exterior timber columns with metal banding, low sloped roofs and gridded windows.
Square Footage: 2,561 liveable | 552 garage | 1,028 decks/patios
Altered: product & complexity
Changed from hybrid log and timber frame to full timber frame structure. Complexity was decreased as the number of wall corners were simplified and reduced by half.
Altered: product & size
Clients chose to use full timber frame construction with wood siding, instead of log walls. The entrance from the garage was moved, and the overall size was increased.
Altered: size & layout
The clients wanted to make the original single-level concept a multi-level one. The master suite was expanded and a basement was added to the design.
Silver Valley ResidenceThis contemporary wood home in Northern Idaho combines square milled log walls with beautifully detailed timber trusses that beckon with inviting warmth. Custom windows, framed in timber, flood the home’s interior with light and provide amazing views of the valley below. Multiple outdoor spaces include a firepit, wrap-around porch, and a detached outdoor living room.
Driggs ResidenceLocated along the Idaho Wyoming border with spectacular views of the Teton Mountains, this custom timber home blends contemporary design with rustic elements. The layout pairs an open shared space that is flooded with natural light with three private bedrooms and a flex space for an office. And, the covered patios on the front and rear of the home are perfect for immersing oneself in the picturesque setting.
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.
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.
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 together your entire property.