The clean straight lines of stucco and board and batten, and the modern steel columns and beams on the porches of this contemporary home, give way to an elegant and stylish interior, combining minimalist forms and color with warm rustic elements in a design by Nancy Wardle of Charlottesville’s Interior Concepts LC.
Nestled at the base of a mountain forest, this Timberpeg blends comfortably into its environment. A stone fireplace offers a warm welcome back after a ramble up the wooded path. Morning’s first light is greeted with a sip of tea while relaxing on the private balcony.
The great room of this Timberpeg home overlooks a pastoral viewshed; a valley, ringed by mountains, where longhorn cattle graze on sloping farm fields. Designed for casual living, the kitchen, dining area, and living room blend together around a massive stone fireplace, creating an atmosphere of warmth and comfort.
This rustic Craftsman styled Timberpeg home is a timber frame hybrid; the entry, great room, kitchen, and loft areas feature pickled white pine post and beam construction, anchoring conventional stick-framed dining and master wings. A finished walk out basement with four bedrooms and a den provides ample space for a large family.
Tucked away in the midst of historic Virginia horse country estates, is a private oasis. With a nod to Greek Revival architectural elements, this home features a European styled driveway courtyard, with a porte-cochere entrance for inclement weather. Fine automobiles feel right at home.
With elegant one-level living, the interior features distinctive classic detailing, putting the talents of Charlottesville interior designer, Andrea Gibson, of Gibson Design Group, on display.
This client was down-sizing, but still wanted some nice details. Nestled among mature oak trees on an old farmstead, this classic Virginia farmhouse is full of fun features, including a keeping room off the kitchen with a built-in booth, hand crafted from oak trees from the site that had to be sacrificed to locate the house.
This beauty of a barn is a repeat performance for South Carolina architect Wayne Crocker. While providing a safe and clean home for the various machines and implements required to maintain an estate, this barn also features work rooms, and indoor and outdoor spaces in which to rest and relax when the work is done for the day.
Designed by C. Wayne Crocker and Associates P.C. Spartanburg, South Carolina.
The Pennsylvania style grey stone farmhouse comes to Virginia. Upon entering this home and passing through the elegantly classic formal entry, dining room and kitchen, you come upon the rustic great room, which features soaring vaulted timber trusses, rough sawn pine wainscot, barn doors and a stone fireplace. For all it’s beauty, this is also a Bronze Certified Green Home by the National Green Building Standard.
This owner’s first requirement was that the home include a crow’s nest, with views to the four directions, just like her Duck, North Carolina beach house. The exterior melds rustic and contemporary elements including a timber framed stone porch with tapered stone columns.
Charlottesville Home Magazine tells a beautiful story about how this home became a reality. Read the article here.
On estate acreage near James Madison’s Montpelier, a Texas based client brought a Southern Living inspired farmhouse vernacular design to South Carolina architect Wayne Crocker. Charlottesville, Virginia based Smith & Robertson was pre-selected as the builder in collaboration with Orange County Landscape architect Buddy Spencer, forging a team to create this estate quality masterpiece.
Designed by C. Wayne Crocker and Associates P.C. Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Enchanting cottage in the woods offers the owners a cozy mountain retreat, complete with private spaces for reading, and a gorgeously efficient kitchen. The structure is a timber frame in the Craftsman Style, with materials and engineering provided by Timberpeg. There are 2 bedrooms above with a bath, and on the lower level of this sloping lot, is the master bedroom and a family room/study that includes a loom for weaving.
Tucked into a wooded hillside overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains, this Timberpeg timber frame home has an elevator to the the second floor so that the master bedroom can overlook the magnificent great room, with view beyond, through a door that opens as though a loft.
Contemporary styled Timberpeg timber frame home. Clear finish pine interiors with metal accents. Modern lighting. A cooks kitchen. Secluded mountain house. The artist/writer and nuclear physicist owners worked closely with Smith & Robertson to carefully select every detail and finish, paying particular attention to eco-friendly elements. The rock fireplace in the living room is built from stone hand-picked from the site. With a geothermal HVAC system, and SIPs panel walls and ceilings in the Timberpeg portion, this home meets the energy efficiency requirements of the National Green Building Standard. In addition, the kitchen counter tops were made in Virginia from concrete using fly ash and aggregate from the New River which runs through southwest Virginia.
Craftsman inspired living. Situated on a wooded site in northern Albemarle County this attractive home features a high ceilinged great room with decorative box beams. An open floor plan allows views through the archway to the kitchen and breakfast room.
A private master suite with generous closets and master bath opens to the full-length rear deck. The sloping lot allows for a full walkout daylight basement with guest suite and a family room with pool table and fireplace. There is a charming covered side porch overlooking the woods.
A wooded setting suits this rustic timber frame home. A welcoming covered porch invites you to enter a cozy, yet surprisingly spacious, interior, featuring vaulted timber trusses and a stone fireplace. This is a Silver Certified Green Home by the National Green Building Standard.
A classic farmhouse style with modern touches, this home is perched on a hill surrounded by Virginia’s beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Inside, just the right touch of rustic merges with the contemporary. This is a Bronze Certified Green Home by the National Green Building Standard.
This contemporary styled Craftsman home features gracious outdoor living spaces with sweeping views of Virginia’s beautiful mountains of Madison County. An elegant lifestyle resides within the comfortable interior spaces. This is a Silver Certified Green Home by the National Green Building Standard.
Simple, formal European stucco styling on the exterior; inside, segmented arched openings draw you from entry through living room, kitchen, dining and family room. Simple and elegant, this is a Bronze Certified Green Home by the National Green Building Standard.
A Silver Certified Green Home by the National Green Building Standard, this home’s simple exterior masks an exciting interior. Take a closer look at the stairs and the exposed beams and you might notice that the open riser stairs are built of parallam beams, as are the living room ceiling beams. The main beam and posts are carpenter built box beams.
Designed by local Architect Khalil Hamady, this elegant Craftsman style home is well appointed inside and out, from gracious timber framed wrap-around porches overlooking a lake to cherry trim, breast front and window seat in the living room.
At once nestled comfortably in a wooded setting, while, at the same time, perched dramatically on rocky crags, this elegantly detailed mountain top retreat features stunning views, alluring outdoor spaces, and a warmly inviting interior.
Beautiful and dramatic, this home embodies the good life in Nelson County.
As charming as an old 19th farmhouse can be, the rooms are often small and don't have enough windows. This family loved their land, their views, and their old house. But they longed for a large timber frame room. They chose Timberpeg as their post & beam supplier and found that adding the large room could be easy with a sunlit breezeway between the old and new. A loft was added to the large timber frame room with a bath on both levels.