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Tour this stunning rustic timber frame cabin in Steamboat Springs

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This timber frame cabin is designed by M.T.N Design in collaboration with PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes, set against the historic beauty of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. It was the homeowner’s wish to have a cozy retreat that would seamlessly blend in with the style of the homes in this charming ski town. The 2,415-square-foot, two bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom cabin perfectly echoes the local heritage—yet with a modern approach.

With bold, rustic styling, this home offers imaginative details that creates the illusion that is was built a century ago. This includes a traditional wrap-around porch, large, hand-adzed timbers, chinked wood siding; and plenty of unique finishes. There are also energy-efficient, structural insulated panels (SIPS) for the walls and roof.

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Above: A key design element in this home is the inviting wrap-around porch, which provides several access points. The porch adds to the character of the exterior facade, while also offering beautiful 360-degree views.

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What We Love: This timber frame cabin invites you to get comfortable and stay awhile. An idyllic home surrounded by picturesque mountains, this is a one-of-a-kind getaway with a relatively small footprint. Light-flooded interior living spaces are warm and inviting, perfect for family retreat.

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall design of this rustic cabin? Would this be your idea of the ultimate holiday retreat? Let us know in the Comments!

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Above: The cabin’s interior decor features traditionally rustic materials, furnishings, fixtures and accessories. A layering of textures adds warmth. This cozy styling, complimented by the timber framing and floor-to-ceiling masonry fireplace gives an overall feeling of comfort.

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Above: The open layout and large windows in this cabin makes the interiors feel warm and bright.

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Above: The exterior facade features local beetle kill siding, which was handcrafted. To give an authentic log cabin look, darker logs with chinking were selected. Metal used on the structure mimics old mining shacks found in the region.

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Above: Covered decks and porches provides shelter from the sun, while also offering cover from the snow.

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Photos: Longview Studios

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Charles W Judd

This is a log and post and beam hybrid, not a timberframe!
Rafters bolted to girts, timberlinx metal connectors at the center beam junctures, bolt on diagonal bracing, is this what passes for timber construction now?
Craftsmanship is gone, at least get the label correct!

Pierre

Wow, great looking house, kudos to the architects. Sure looks like a timber frame to me!