Twin Mountain Great Camp (T01381)

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ABOUT THE Twin Mountain Great Camp (T01381)

Surrounded by New Hampshire's White Mountains, the Twin Mountain Great Camp was designed with the Adirondacks in mind. Not only does this ski getaway evoke this style with authentic birch-bark accents throughout, railings fabricated from actual tree branches, and a majestic fireplace featuring stones from the Adirondacks. While this home's inspiration is clear, it is a truly unique space with elaborate trusses and roof geometry that are certain to make an impact.

Entering the home, you immediately find yourself in the spacious great room. With soaring cathedral ceilings featuring beautiful Douglas fir trusses, a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, and large windows looking out onto the mountains, this space is truly breath-taking. Beyond the great room is the kitchen, whose Shaker-style, green cabinetry adds a nice splash of color. A striking, zinc stove hood is certain to catch your eye, while the white oak island provides extra prep space or a wonderful spot for informal dining. The deck off of the kitchen has its own outdoor kitchen area with its own fireplace and seating area.

At the other end of the main floor is the master suite. Large windows let in plenty of natural light and provide the owners with a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains, while a birch-bark headboard wall is a striking conversation piece. The master bathroom includes a shower and bathtub space that also takes advantage of the natural light and beautiful views, ensuring unmatched relaxation.

Additionally, this home has some wonderful amenities that enhance its ski lodge feel. For example, the large mudroom includes built-in, metal ski lockers with ski boot cubbies underneath. If you are looking to get your workout in without hitting the slopes, the fitness room comes complete with a sauna. Finally, a second-floor bump-out includes a balcony that looks down into the great room, providing a cozy space for reading or playing games, while still catching glimpses of the gorgeous mountain views.

This project was featured in New Hampshire Home Magazine in its January/February 2024 issue.


Timberpeg Independent Representative: Timberframe Design, Inc./Samyn-D'Elia Architects, PA of Holderness, NH

Built By: O'Connell Builders, of Woodstock, NH

Photographed By: John W. Hession