Timber Hill A-frame house design soaks up the view


EUGENE, ORE. – The Timber Hill is an apt name for a home design with an ornately glazed A-frame, perfect for admiring views of rolling hills, soaring mountains, tranquil lakes or fast-flowing rivers. The lodge-style exterior gives Timber Hill the flexibility to be a year-round residence or vacation getaway.

The entrance is hidden to the side and framed by slender posts that mark the boundary of the covered porch. Inside, the entry immediately opens into the vaulted Great Room and your first glimpse of the views captured by the expansive window-filled wall of the A-frame. Even the chef can gaze outside from the open kitchen which is delimited by a peninsula dining bar. And when the sun goes down or the winter weather arrives, the cozy wood-burning stove placed against the stairs adds warmth and cheerfulness to the great room.

Off the kitchen, a hallway leads to the main floor full bathroom and two rooms separated by a utility closet with space for a stacked washer and dryer. Each room is accessible by a retractable door which saves space normally occupied by a hinged door. One of these rooms is Timber Hill’s second bedroom, the other is an office. However, for larger families or those using this plan as a vacation home, the compact study could be a third bedroom.

Back in the great room, an L-shaped staircase leads to the attic. At the top of the stairs, part of the loft can enjoy the same view from the main floor as well as activities in the great room. The loft extends to the owners’ loft with a small dressing room and a private bathroom with double sinks and walk-in shower.

At just 31 feet wide, Timber Hill is a narrow lot design that will fit smaller lots or leave more of the property to be filled with garden space or outdoor play for those who love outdoor life.

The Timber Hill 31-122 is created by the talented team of residential home designers at Associated Designs, Inc. To learn more about this design, visit www.AssociatedDesigns.com.


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