building in Vermont
Nestled in northern New England, Vermont is where Timberpeg was inspired and born. A top tourist destination, the Green Mountain State’s natural beauty draws people from around the world all year long. Whether it’s the thrill of outdoor winter pursuits, the striking display of the foliage each fall, the numerous hiking trails and swimming holes throughout the state, or sampling local, award winning beer and cheese, there is something for everyone here.
Perhaps you’d like to build your post and beam home along Lake Champlain, in the shadow of the Green Mountains, or anywhere else in Vermont. Timberpeg can help make your dream a reality. Since 1974, we have been providing beautiful and functional timber frame home designs, from rustic studio cabins inspired by nature to sprawling post and beam homes that can be the centerpiece of your country estate. We’ll connect you with one of the local custom home builders and architects from our network who will bring your vision to life using sustainable materials and building practices.
Building your timber frame house in Central Vermont lets you enjoy beautiful scenery all year round, along with access to a variety of outdoor activities, superb local food and beer, and quaint villages like Woodstock and Quechee. After a day of hiking or kayaking, head to the Harpoon Brewery in Windsor for some refreshments. Despite its rural location, there is a lot to explore and enjoy in this part of Vermont, which is also relatively close to big cities like Boston, New York, and Portland, Maine.
While Burlington is home to the University of Vermont and Champlain College, with many other schools nearby, Vermont’s main city has a lot to offer outside of the classroom. Burlington is a vibrant, small city with a great arts scene, shopping, and restaurants. Lake Champlain, which is sometimes referred to as the “Sixth Great Lake,” is a wonderful area to build your timber frame home.
From Stratton to Okemo to Burke Mountain to Jay Peak, no matter where you reside in Vermont, you’ll be close to skiing, snowboarding, and other exciting winter activities. This makes Vermont the perfect setting to build your dream ski getaway. Of course, these places can be just as beautiful and active all year round with plentiful hiking, rivers, and lakes. A robust arts and music scene means even if the weather isn’t cooperating, you’ll have something to do in Vermont.