Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

28 X 36 feet | 1778 | Danby, Vermont

An extremely rare example of an early Vermont Pioneer Home. Constructed during the era when Vermont was a Republic, this cape style frame is a museum piece in excellent condition. The original home was built by Anthony Nichols, a Quaker and cabinet maker.

 

Details: 

  • 2000+ square feet​, option for second floor​

  • Walls are White Pine timbers hewn 9 inches wide, 16 inches tall and 28 to 36 feet long

  • Floor joists and rafters are hewn Chestnut timbers​

  • Restored frame, erected on your foundation with secondfloor boards and roof boards

Possibilities:

This frame would make a lovely rustic home, a great cabin beside a lake or river, a one-of-a-kind studio or office.

 

Read more about this frame on our blog:

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Restored frame with roof boards being applied

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Original location with many protective layers of siding

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Dismantling process

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Second floor

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Restoration assembly at shop

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Restored second floor takes shape

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Interior walls with tapered window openings

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Restored walls

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Hand Hewn Timber Log Home

Restored frame

GREEN MOUNTAIN TIMBER FRAMES

Tel: 802.774.8972

luke@GreenMountainTimberFrames.com

19 North Street
Middletown Springs, VT 05757

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