Regional Manager Serving, Montana
A timber frame home is the perfect choice when building in Big Sky Country! The rural, rugged, and wide-open landscapes that earn Montana this nickname are ideal for a rustic Timberpeg home. Our flexible approach has allowed us to work with clients to design homes of all styles, sizes, and budgets. A Timberpeg home is the ultimate reflection of each homeowner.
With over 45 years designing and crafting custom homes and getaway retreats, TIMBERPEG® has become a name synonymous with timber framing. Our team has experience working with builders and architects from all regions. While some customers choose to modify one of our existing floor plans, most clients use our portfolio of plans and galleries as inspiration for their own home, which is then custom designed by our in-house team to fit their specific needs and lifestyle.
POPULAR LOCATIONS TO BUILD IN MONTANA
Best known for its skiing, Big Sky also offers incredible mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, rafting and fishing. With Gallatin Canyon, Gallatin River, and easy access to Yellowstone National Park, Big Sky is an outdoor enthusiasts dream and a Timberpeg would feel right at home here.
This mountain town is a skier’s dream with Bridger Bowl and Big Sky both less than an hour away. Although the city is growing, the small town feel still remains and there is a lot to do other than skiing so it’s no surprise someone would want to build a post and beam home here.
Located in the northern Rocky Mountains, Whitefish is nestled at the edge of Glacier National Park and is also adjacent to Big Mountain, where Whitefish Mountain resort is located, and the Whitefish Range. Take a look at this Timberpeg home located in Whitefish, Montana.
Centrally located between Flathead Lake, Whitefish Mountain Resort and Glacier National Park, Kalispell has a small town feel with lots of activities available. You can be skiing in powder in the morning and teeing off at one of the 9 world class golf courses by afternoon.
Made famous by the movie A River Runs Through It, Missoula is probably best known for its blue-ribbon trout fishing. Blackfoot, Bitterroot, and Clark Fork Rivers all come together here making for great views and other fun activities like kayaking, rafting and tubing!