"On top of the world" is how the owners describe this amazing home perched on a ridge overlooking the Tuhaye golf course with views of Mt. Timpanogos and the Deer Valley Ski Resort in the distance.
The vision for this home was to provide re-use and breathe new life into three 200 year old barns that had been torn down and were left to rot in a field in Indiana, resulting in a unique and comfortable home which speaks to the craftsmanship and legacy of the original structures.
Nestled slopeside in the Wasatch Mountains of northern Utah; this beautiful mountain residence serves as a retreat for mind, body and soul. Reclaimed timber was used throughout for beams, columns and flooring.
Westhills is a beautiful blend of modern amenities meets the Old West. The rustic exterior is local desert stone, reclaimed siding with Trestlewood timbers, trusses and columns. Trestlewood lumber is reclaimed from the historic Lucin Cutoff trestle bridge that spanned across the Great Salt Lake, built at the turn of the century by the Pacific Railway for the Continental Railroad to California.
Designed as though this home was rejuvenated ruin in the heart of the Italian wine country; the authentic charm and detailing of this palatial estate warmly welcomes its visitors to the mountain west. The interior is artfully crafted with authentic antique hand-hewn oak timbers and hand scraped oak chevron flooring and hand made clay tile floors and ceiling treatments. The exterior features reclaimed wood, an enclosed spa grotto and a working water wheel with stream.
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Here is a look at some of our recent work that has yet to complete the construction process.