Timber Frame in the News
From time to time Woodhouse® timber frame homes have been featured in various publications. Please review our collection of media appearances and contact a Woodhouse® timber frame representative to find out how to become a part of the timber frame story.
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This warm barn home design is based off of the OakMeadows pre-designed floor plan. Boasting an expansive main room, cozy mezzanine, and large windows, this design is a tribute to America’s agricultural traditions.
This custom Southern Yellow Pine cottage enjoys stunning views of Seneca Lake from its wrap-around porch and expansive windows located throughout the house. The kitchen, living room, and dining area all enjoy an open plan arrangement, viewable from the Mezzanine upstairs.
This charming 2400sq ft Southern Yellow Pine cottage is nestled in the forest near Freeville, NY. It boasts a large open living room and kitchen with sliding doors that lead to the front porch. The main floor also has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and a laundry room.
This beautiful king post truss, Southern yellow pine, timber frame pavilion is the true meaning of outdoor living! Call us for more information @800-227-4311 [gallery...
A groundbreaking ceremony is happening for The Atreeum at Soaring Timbers Event Venue in Annapolis, Maryland. This amazing timber frame structure — made up of Yellow Pine, White Oak, Douglas Fir, and Black Walnut — is being developed and constructed by The Columbus Club of Annapolis, Inc., in support of The Knights of Columbus Annapolis Council.
A story about a Woodhouse timber frame home in Pennsylvania by Timber Home Living. This gorgeous camp-style home was designed like a humble hunting cabin to entertain friends and exercise the owner’s passion for the outdoors. The plan reflects a mix of elements taken from several different Woodhouse designs, combined to create a unique camp-style home.
After years spent living abroad and traveling the world, Tom and Jean Seaman have found their haven of rest in the states. At their home overlooking Cayuga Lake in upstate New York, the couple enjoys a little slice of paradise everyday.
Based in Mansfield, Pennsylvania, Woodhouse was founded in 1979. The original owner operated and grew the company until 2004, when Seaman bought into the company. He had had a career in industry and had moved around quite a bit. But he had been brought up near Taughannock Falls State Park and, in a refrain often heard locally, thought this area would be a good place to bring up his own children.
They say you only have one chance to make a good first impression. The way Patrick Seaman figures it, the same goes for houses. That’s why he designed his timber frame beauty in the Finger Lakes region of New York to win visitors right away.
One of Timber Home Living’s “2011 Best Homes of the Year,” this custom Woodhouse® timber frame is conveniently located in the heart of the Catskill Mountains of New York. The luxurious 8,400 square foot home contains an exposed Douglas Fir timber frame. A skier’s dream, the homeowners have easy access on and off the pristine slopes surrounding them.