Building in Idaho
You can spend your entire life in Idaho and never run out of places to explore and adventures to tackle. For outdoor enthusiasts, the Gem State has 28 state parks, over 25,000 miles of hiking trails, 3,000 miles of navigable waterways, 130 hot springs, and 18 ski resorts. And if you love the finer thing, you are sure to appreciate the many world-class wineries, breweries, and eateries nestled among this state’s enchanting small towns and bustling cities.
If you’re planning on building a timber frame house as a vacation destination or forever home, you’ll easily find the perfect location for your lifestyle in Idaho. And, when you partner with Timberpeg for your post and beam home, you’ll get to live in a sustainable home that honors its surroundings. At Timberpeg, we have decades of experience providing homebuyers and architects with exceptional timber frame home designs that are ideal for lakefront, mountain, and country living.
Do you want a secluded slice of paradise a world away in northern Idaho? A post and beam home that gives you easy access to exciting cultural events? In addition to providing the perfect timber frame home design, Timberpeg’s regional manager can help you find the right custom home builder to make your dreams of Idaho living a reality.
A Blend of Nature and Culture
Boise is Idaho’s capital city and rapidly growing cultural center, which is home to first-class restaurants, breweries, theaters, and much more. One day, you can enjoy a family-friendly activity, such as a visit to the Discovery Center. The next day, you can hit the slopes on Bogus Basin or enjoy breathtaking views on Table Rock Trail.
Idaho stretches all the way up to the Canadian border, and it’s here you’ll find some of the country’s most secluded and unspoiled natural marvels. Build your post and beam home near Lake Pend Oreille (the state’s largest lake), along meandering rivers famous for trout, or in the shadow of a snowcapped peak.
Whether you want to fill your days skiing, hiking, fishing, biking, rafting, or sightseeing, building your timber frame house in central Idaho is the right choice. From wild waterways, such as Redfish Lake and Salmon River, to premier ski destinations, including Schweitzer Mountain, there’s an adventure around every corner.