A Rustic Retreat on a Remote Hilltop
Dramatic architectural features make this timber frame home stand out amongst the Wyoming countryside.
Nestled on a western Wyoming hilltop, this rustic timber-frame home is truly a serene retreat — and with dramatic architectural features and a striking backdrop, it is a sight to be seen.
Upon arriving, the home’s exterior elements — a vibrant roofline, multiple trusses, and an octagonal stair turret — reflect the mountain surroundings and offer bountiful visual interest. An inviting circular driveway of pavers provides a “warm welcome” in more ways than one; it’s heating mechanism melts the snow during Wyoming’s long winters.
The 3,054-square-foot home is open, allowing for a clear view of the valley beyond immediately upon on entry. Montana moss stone continues from the exterior to the interior, adding an indistinguishable rustic feel.
In addition to the main gathering spaces, the master suite is situated on the main level, encased in mountain views. Stairs lead to a distinctive catwalk that connects two second-level guest suites. Additionally, there is a third guest suite, complete with its own kitchenette, perched above the home’s three-car garage.
Outdoor living spaces were prioritized during this home’s design to offer a range of views in several directions. A covered porch with a deep overhang runs the full length of the home’s rear elevation, supported by a custom hammer beam truss. A large, covered outdoor living space, complete with an impressive stone fireplace, is located under the extended patio that flows directly from the interior dining room — a perfect spot for al fresco dining while watching the sun set over the mountains.
Take a tour below.
ARCHITECTS/BUILDERS PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes
Celeste Haase 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.
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