Building on a slice of paradise sometimes means pulling up stakes and getting a better view. One Georgia couple learns it's not as hard as it sounds.
Family and friends are welcome at a Colorado dream home.
A big idea starts with a 3-foot vision.
A small hybrid timber frame lives large.
A year-round horse rider constructs a summer home in Wyoming to reflect the 1880s.
Having enjoyed vacationing at the Cataloochee Ranch in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina for many years, Marsha Madorsky welcomed the opportunity to purchase property there to build her own summer home.
A pair of retired teachers leaves New York behind for the log-home life in Montana.
Making your way through the home planning process can be arduous and time consuming, so it’s important to allow enough time up front to design your home properly.
A striking front entry is the driving force behind the design of a riverside log home.
A home in the Great Smoky Mountains incorporates artful details while reflecting the owner's Cherokee Indian heritage.