British Columbia's pristine land draws hikers, skiers, anglers and nature lovers. From coastal regions like Vancouver, to ski destinations like Fernie and Whistler, British Columbia has a variety of ideal locations to build a log home or timber frame home.
Situated on a beautiful vantage point of Windermere Lake in British Columbia is this magnificent hybrid cottage. While originally based on our Stoneridge concept, the final home used a mixture of milled log walls, cedar character posts and timber frame trusses.
An Edmonton family chose to build this version of our popular Wood River floor plan concept. Many of the custom changes they made to the design were focused on taking advantage of the Canadian terrain they were building on.
Colin has been assisting custom home owners to find the right combination of architectural style, space and efficiency for nearly a decade.
"British Columbia's premium skiing is often the reason clients choose to build a second home or vacation retreat here. Of course the water of the Sunshine Coast and our amazing lakes are a close second."
Some of Our Favorite Places to Build a Log Home or Timber Frame:
From waterfront locations like Vancouver Island, to mountain destinations, like Pemberton and Whistler Blackcomb, the rich landscape surrounding this bustling seaport provides a multitude of places to build your log home or timber frame home.
This region of British Columbia is actually a popular weekend getaway for those living in nearby Calgary. Charming mountain towns like Fernie, Kimberley, Invermere, Cranbrook and Radium Hot Springs are ideal locations for your home amongst the Kootenays.
A unique blend of recreation, culture and wineries are found within the breathtaking Okanagan Valley. Small towns like Kelowna and Pentiction, make the Okanagan Valley a great place build a primary or vacation home.
The Powder Highway
British Columbia's 'Powder Highway' boasts many world-renowned ski resorts including: Revelstoke, Kicking Horse, Panorama, Whitewater and Red Mountain. What better place for an avid skier to build a log home or timber frame home getaway?