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A Mountain Modern Timber Frame Home

A Park City home puts a contemporary twist on traditional rustic design

Photos by Fairchild Architectural Photography

‚ÄčThe mind’s-eye image of a rustic ski home can get a little predictable—heavy logs, large stone fireplaces, lodge-inspired furnishings, and smatterings of the Old West. While there is much to be said for the traditional rustic ski retreat, this Park City home’s clean lines and contemporary finishes put a modern twist on the conventional Rocky Mountain style.

This grand home is nestled in the beautiful Wasatch Mountains of Utah—a site brimming with western-contemporary culture. The home’s dramatic blend of authentic timber framing and sleek, modern design is a tribute to its iconic location as well as its owners’ lifestyle.

Designed with family and friends in mind, the mountain-modern retreat boasts plenty of opportunities for mingling, relaxing, and drinking in some spectacular views. In addition to its five bedrooms, a guest apartment with its own living area, kitchen, bath and bedroom sits above the garage. Two bedrooms on the basement level are designed as bunk rooms, each sleeping four people. And, as if all the luxurious accommodations weren’t reason enough to love this home, a large rec room and theater seal the deal.

Take a tour below.



ARCHITECT M.T.N Design MANUFACTURER PrecisonCraft Log & Timber Homes BUILDER Jay Shotwell, J H Shotwell Co Inc. INTERIOR DESIGN SuAnne Smith, Sorento Designs

Celeste Raygosa is the Design Manager of M.T.N. Design, the award-winning, in-house design firm for PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes, a company that has been creating distinctive mountain style homes for over 25 years. View their profile or contact Celeste at 800.729.1320.

Content for this article provided by PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes.

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