Timberpeg Open Homes in New Hampshire and North Carolina

North Carolina Open Home Designed by Timberpeg Independent Representative, Kenneth J. Wertheim, AIA, Mountain Architecture, http://www.mtnarc.com/

While we believe you can get a great feel for the joys of owning a Timberpeg home by reading this blog or talking with our wonderful designers, undoubtedly the best way to get a feel for our homes is to experience one firsthand. This coming weekend, we have two open homes in different regions of the country. One of these open homes is in our home state of New Hampshire, while the other is in the great state of North Carolina. Better still, each of these homes is designed by one of our wonderful Independent Representative/Architects.

New Hampsire Open Home designed by Timberpeg Independent Rep Timberframe Design, Inc./Samyn-D'Elia Architects.

This month’s New Hampshire open home is showing throughout Columbus Day weekend, from Friday the 11th to Monday the 13th, 10am to 4pm each day. It is set on the beautiful Newfound Lake, with stunning views of Mount Cardigan beyond. The skill required to design a home to stand out in this gorgeous setting called for the services of architect Tom Samyn of Samyn-D’Elia, Timberpeg Independent Representatives. The home features a 5000 square foot floor plan with Douglas fir frame and mixed ash and tile flooring. In order to combine function and a unique feel, the home features many built in cabinets. Energy efficiency is also a priority at this house, which features a geothermal heating system and a “5 Star Plus” Energy Star Rating. Please note that the home showing is part of a “Parade of Homes” event with eight other homes open for viewing. The cost to attend is $10 for all homes and benefits the WLNH Children’s Auction.

North Carolina Open Home Designed by Timberpeg Independent Representative, Kenneth J. Wertheim, AIA, Mountain Architecture, http://www.mtnarc.com/

Our second open home is on Sunday, October 12th in Asheville, North Carolina. This home was designed by Ken Wertheim, another architect who is one of our independent representatives. While most of our homes have a full timber framed structure, this is a “hybrid” home that uses timber framing for public areas and conventional construction in the bedrooms and private areas of the house. The building site is a steep mountain hillside, which influenced the home’s design. The views are dramatic, overlooking the Blue Ridge Parkway and National Forest land. The loft accessed by a spiral staircase is the perfect complement to the mountain site. This home also emphasizes energy efficiency, having earned a NC Green Built GOLD certification as well as an Energy Star 47 HERS rating. If you are interested in visiting the New Hampsire timber frame open home, simply fill out this form at Timberpeg's site to let the team know you'll be attending.  And the same goes for the North Carolina home, simply fill out the form to attend.  If you have any questions, simply contact Timberpeg to learn more.

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