With views of Sugarloaf and Mount Abraham, this 26x36 timber frame has a downstairs garage and upstairs living space.
Maine Mountain Timber Frames designed this barn to take maximum advantage of a special site. Three small shed dormers provide views of the adjacent mountains, and windows in the hip-roofed cupola bring in additional natural light.
Our crew sheathed the frame in pine boards, insulated the walls and roof, installed locally made cedar shingles, and completed all exterior trim.
Located on the shores of Mooselookmeguntic Lake, this 30x40 gambrel style frame has ample space for family time on one of Maine's most beautiful lakes.
Maine Mountain Timber Frames insulated this home with mineral wool filled pre-built stud walls and completed all exterior work on the project.
This 24x36 barn includes a cupola and provides ideal space for boat storage and a workshop.
As a frame only project, Maine Mountain Timber Frames cut the frame in our shop and then raised on site in just a couple of days. When the owners moved, we constructed an identical timber frame at their new location.
This 24x36 energy efficient timber frame home provides open floor plan living.
A turnkey project, Maine Mountain Timber Frames oversaw all aspects of this home's construction. With a SIP enclosure system, a compact footprint, and an open floor plan, this home encompasses many highlights of post and beam living.
Located in Brooksville, Maine, this 36x48 barn completes a downeast property.
Maine Mountain Timber Frames fabricated and erected this pine timber frame and provided the sheathing material package.
This 24x40 custom timber frame home is built for entertaining and relaxing in the midst of Maine's mountains.
After building a barn on the same property, Maine Mountain Timber Frames worked with the homeowners to design and build this home. With a master suite, a daylight basement, and SIP construction this 1600 sq. ft. home packs a big punch.