Mount Dallas Timberframe
This timberframe home is made from redwood timbers from the owner’s own trees and enjoys sweeping views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Although the home is nestled among evergreens, tall ceilings and lots of strategically-placed windows maximize the natural light. The mountainous site was all stone, so no basement was possible, but the anthropomorphic foundation vents display a flair for whimsy. With ‘great room’ living, two studies, three bed rooms, three baths, and a two-car garage, this house looks and feels bigger than it is.
Photos © Howard Miller