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.

Interested in featuring a timber frame story in your publication? Give us a call at 800-227-4311.

Magical Custom Timber Frame Home in The Berkshires, MA

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.

Southern Yellow Pine Timber Frame Home in Sheffield, MA

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.

Custom Multi-Species Timber Frame Home in Hector, NY

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.

Custom Southern Yellow Pine Timber Frame Home in Freeville, NY

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.

Timber Frame Pavilion in Elmira NY

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...

The Atreeum@SoaringTimbers is Underway

The Atreeum@SoaringTimbers is Underway

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.