building in Colorado




Colorado has long been known as a paradise among nature lovers. West of Denver and Interstate 25, you’ll find a sprawling expanse of snowcapped mountains, lush forests, awe-inspiring canyons, wide-open plains, raging rivers, and pristine lakes. It’s a place steeped in dramatic natural history and is truly ripe for endless exploration. In other words—the perfect state for nature enthusiasts to build custom timber frame homes.

If you’ve long desired to make a piece of the Centennial State your own, Timberpeg can help. Our custom timber frame home designs are as varied as the Colorado landscape. From rustic cottages and stately mountain homes to elegant lake houses and sprawling country estates, we offer traditional post and beam home designs for anyone’s needs. Will you build a winter getaway in the world-class skiing destination of Vail? Does your forever home sit amongst the peaks of the Rocky Mountains? It’s all possible with Timberpeg.



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Popular Timberpeg Home Designs for Colorado

Granby Country Home (4921)

Vail Ski Home (3417)

Keystone, CO (3574)

Condon, MT (4639)

Whitefish, MT (3577)

Ashland, NE (5920)

Sun Valley Party Barn (T01598)

Ludlow Ski Home




Known as a premier skiing destination, this welcoming mountain town has so much more to offer. When you’re in Aspen, jaw-dropping vistas, challenging hikes, fine dining, family-friendly entertainment, and much more are all at your doorstep, making it the perfect place to get away any time of the year.


Located less than 30 miles outside of the sprawling Denver metro area, Boulder feels like a small town that lives large. World-class cuisine, museums, and other big-city amenities mingle seamlessly with charming shops, and you’ll find endless opportunities for fun and adventure at local reservoirs, Eldorado Canyon State Park, and the Flatirons.


Tucked away at the base of the Rocky Mountains’ Tenmile Range, Breckenridge is a quintessential mountain town brimming with charm and gold rush history. Building your timber frame house here means you can easily spend your days skiing, hiking, and mountain biking, and your evenings immersed in unique local arts, culture, and dining.