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The West Fork

The West Fork


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The West Fork hybrid contemporary home utilizes timber framing in the great room, kitchen, loft, and tower areas and cost-saving conventional construction in the secondary areas. Topped off with a fun lookout tower, this home makes a great sanctuary.

The open concept design in the West Fork means the great room flows seamlessly into the chef’s kitchen and dining nook. A huge pantry is adjacent to the handy mudroom/family entrance. The master suite with its private porch, walk-in closet, and master bath is conveniently located on the main level. A second bedroom with ensuite is located on the second floor, and there is a great spot for a third bedroom, as well as a craft room or workshop, on the ground floor.


  • Ground Floor 794 sqft
  • 1st Floor 1,873 sqft
  • 2nd Floor 662 sqft
  • Tower 67 sq ft
  • Heated Space: 3,396 sqft
  • Covered Porches: 324 sqft
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3 ½

The plans include 49 pages of drawings including full floor plans, sections, and elevations. Also included are lighting plans and timber framing plans with joinery details. Please note that the timber frame piece drawings are not included in the plan set. Formatted as an instantly downloadable pdf file, you can print from home at 8 ½ x 11, or take it to your local copy shop for larger sizes.

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