PARK CITY HORSE PROPERTY
A unique timberframe home on 27 acres
Come On In

Native stone chimney soars to the ceiling of the Great Room. 

Rockwork as seen from the loft.

A Model of Sustainability --

Native stone, re-milled antique timbers, and trestle wood floors
are some of the examples of the old made new.  Count the rings -- some of these beams were trees when the Pilgrims landed. 

View from hall to Great Room.  For the complete floor plan, click here

As you'll see, the second floor was originally designed for two bedrooms and a small bathroom.  When we saw the space, though, we decided to leave it open as one enormous loft.  The plumbing for the bathroom is stubbed out under the floor where it's shown, but it's a great space just the way it is.

Cabinets and his/hers dresser with shoe bench in walk-through closet.  Cabinet work is alder throughout.






More good news for sustainable living --

The nearly two-ton Tulikivi soapstone stove on the lower level, along with the heating fireplace on the main floor provide plenty of warmth in this well-insulated building.   The oak brush on the property provides an endless supply of firewood, too.
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