A unique timberframe home on 27 acres
Timberframe Home
Designed by the owner in collaboration with Yankee Barn Homes, this custom post-and-beam home has quality features throughout.  There's a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops and high end appliances, as well as a walk-through closet and his/hers master bath suite you have to see to believe. 

There are three bedrooms, four baths, a family room with a huge wood-burning Tulikivi soapstone stove, and a loft where a of posse of guests or grandkids can spread their sleeping bags. 

Adjacent to the kitchen, the great room is dominated by a massive native rock chimney with a high-efficiency wood-burning fireplace.  On the other side of the room, ceiling high windows allow for warming winter sunshine, but are shaded in the summer.

Approximately 4500 s.f. of living space is full of rustic Western touches and modern convenience.  Two large, covered decks (one with a hot tub) offer plenty of space for outdoor lounging.  A propane hookup on the front deck means not toting tanks for your grill.

Inspired by the famous Moulton Barn in Grand Teton National Park.

For architect's elevations click here.

The west side of the house is shaded by Canadian red chokecherries, Rocky Mountain maple, and amdur maple plantings.
View toward Oakley, Utah, scene of the famous July 4 Rodeo.  The property is about 3 miles from Kamas or Oakley and is less than one mile from National Forest. 

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