Category Archives: Featured Projects

See homes, barns and other projects from Timberpeg. From barn style homes to contemporary homes.

A Timber Frame House With A View

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Don and Nita Jackson purchased a 160-acre hilltop retreat in Bradford, New Hampshire in 1986. The property came with a charming 1800s farmhouse, which unfortunately lacked any insulation for cold winter nights. The couple had the farmhouse renovated in 1997 by Timberpeg Independent Representative, Old Hampshire Designs, which made for a much more livable retreat. Approaching retirement, the Jacksons were considering many locations for their permanent residence, but kept getting … Read the entire post

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The Sun Also Rises on this Timberpeg Home

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This recent cold snap has sent quite the chill across the nation, with at least one location in each state reporting below freezing temperatures this past Tuesday night. Although frigid temperatures may send many of us pining for more tropical climates, others can’t wait to hit the slopes. And while Sun Valley, Idaho has a name that invokes warmth, it hosts one of the country’s great ski resorts. This Timberpeg … Read the entire post

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Timberpeg Open Homes in Virginia and Maryland

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October saw four great Timberpeg open homes, but November is just around the corner and has its fair share of open homes as well. While October’s open homes showcased Timberpeg homes in New England, the Midwest and the Southeast, this coming weekend’s homes are in the Mid-Atlantic. The two homes are within a 65-mile drive of one another, and are located within a one or two-hour drive of large cities … Read the entire post

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Exploring American History with a Timberpeg Home

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The robust frame in a post and beam house has remarkable longevity, so many timber frame homes from British Colonial America survive to this day. While a great many old timber frame houses exist in the East, the West has its own history. The Los Angeles area was colonized by the Spanish and then part of Mexico until 1847, and the architecture of the region is still heavily influenced by … Read the entire post

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