In today’s post, we’re highlighting five DC Building projects from across the country. Our contracting team travels the nation to create unique wood structures. Here are a few of our favorites.
- Newnan Barn Home in Newnan, Georgia
This custom barn features two stalls, an outdoor kitchen, a full loft living area, and a custom steel processing room for our clients’ hunting wins. Stunning timber beam construction supports soaring rooflines in the great room, where an enormous stone fireplace creates a cozy feel. The same stone chimney also opens to the outdoor kitchen on the first floor. Living quarters in the Newnan Barn Home include a master suite with a stunning claw-foot tub under its own vaulted ceiling; an additional bedroom and bathroom; and a laundry room. The main level includes a wash bay, a tack room, and a garage as well. We finished this gorgeous barn home with cedar board and batten siding.
- Camarillo Barn Home in Camarillo, California
The floor plan of the Camarillo Barn Home is in the shape of a U. One arm of the U is a 36’ by 60’ barn, including a full hayloft and 8 stalls. The opposing wing is the 3,400 square-foot barn home, with its wrap- around porch looking onto stunning valley views. Connecting the home and the barn is a four-car garage with a bonus workout room and storage area. The Camarillo has it all under one roof—an asphalt composite roof, we might add. The timber frame construction use throughout makes for breathtaking, bright interior spaces. The stalls are so gorgeous that the horses must think they’ve gone to equestrian heaven! In the home, tongue-in-groove pine and spruce ceilings gleam down on stained concrete floors. To become better acquainted with this incredible property, check out the Ventura County Star’s feature on the Camarillo Barn Home.
- The Last Chance Ranch Barn in West Linn, Oregon
The Last Chance Ranch Barn highlights our passion for customized timber frame construction. The main floor barn boasts four stalls, a 12’ by 18’ tack room, and pine wainscoting. We collaborated with the client to include custom fasteners, timber knee braces, and an open center section where a barn loft would usually be. Our designers had to think outside of the box to create structural support for this elevated area, where a customized cupola and a copper weathervane shine. Canyon gold lumber was used for the framing, and the exterior was finished with cedar batten and board siding. Around three sides of the barn, Columbia basalt wainscoting adds local flavor. A stone sitting area provides a comfortable place to watch thunderstorms underneath one of the shed roofs. On the second story, there is ample room for a pool table and bunk beds. Owner Brian Sonnenberg savors the fact that the Last Chance Ranch Barn is “A true reflection of who we are.” He continues, “The end result speaks for itself. It’s just a really great structure.”
- Custom Home in Boring, Oregon
This beautiful 5-bedroom, 3-bathroom custom home is located in Clackamas County, about 20 miles east of Portland. Slate floors and granite countertops add understated elegance, while a 2000 square foot stamped patio with a retaining wall beckon outside. We crafted a custom garage door to harmonize with the exterior cedar siding. Interior features of note include a sunken tub in the master bath; cherry cabinets and a brick fireplace in the great room; and a sweeping staircase to the second floor. We invite you to view more photos of this beautiful custom home.
- Jerseyville Barn Home in Jerseyville, Illinois
This 3,744 square foot barn home features timber framing, shed dormers, and shed roofs on two sides for extra storage. Concrete floors with radiant heat make create a snug feeling underfoot, while a triple cupola floats above. Enormous custom windows let in plenty of natural light. We finished the exterior with cedar board and batten siding. The timber framing allows for an incredibly open floor plan.
Whatever your dream home features, we can make it happen. Contact us today to learn more about our construction services.