This Texas ranch home combines the best of Texas Regional, Richardsonian, and Old World Spanish architecture to create a legacy of history.
A simple hay rack shed inspires the unique design for this contemporary ranch home in one of Wyoming’s most picturesque valleys…
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Minus one because a CRUCIAL element of a country estate is missing…
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A vacation home in Red Lodge, Montana, will become a retirement home and family gathering place for a family from Georgia.
After living abroad for years, an Oklahoma family goes back to its roots to build a legacy timber frame home in central Oklahoma.
A historic adobe home in Santa Fe is faithfully restored and sensibly updated utilizing original design details from famed architect John Gaw Meem.
A California Bay Area couple builds a perfect home complete with hidden messages of growth for the entire family.
The 28 stall barn and huge arenas sets this home apart!
A working couple builds a cozy timber haven in the quaint pacific northwest town of Cle Elum.
From modern to traditional, you’ll likely find your dream home on this list!
‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow’ is certainly not as legendary as this estate.
If a gorgeous 5,000 sq. ft residence overlooking the Cascade Mountains sounds like paradise to you, it might be time to head to Oregon!
What cowgirl wouldn’t want to live here?
A creatively designed home in the heart of Jackson Hole capitalizes on stunning views while fitting seamlessly into its neighborhood setting.
A charming jewel-box cabin in California’s Napa Valley makes a big impact, despite its small size.
Culture, craftsmanship, and creative thinking mixes old world aesthetics with contemporary design to build a family’s Wyoming dream home.
In touch with nature and only ten minutes to downtown Jackson Hole, a family builds a stunning home with soaring views in glass, wood, and stone.
A Michigan family creates a peaceful retreat in Wyoming where the outdoors lives with the indoors and a “village of buildings” capitalizes on Jackson’s spectacular views.