Prefab Post and Beam Mountain Homes
With a name like Yankee Barn Homes, one would be forgiven for not immediately realizing we also build post and beam mountain homes. These homes are a perfect fit for those seeking a rustic and relaxed style that employs natural elements often found in our prefab mountain homes.
Snoqualmie Lodge is a perfect example. Located in the state of Washington, the home reflects it’s surroundings and offers the relaxed lifestyle found in mountain homes.
The lodge was designed by Yankee Barn Homes, prefabricated in our factory in New Hampshire, then shipped in sections to the build site in Washington.
Why It Works
The YBH in-house design team takes your wish list and turns it into a three-dimensional reality, culminating in a virtual walk through of your custom designed home. This unique experience is cost effect as changes are made prior to production.
You can either begin your design process from an existing Yankee Barn Home plan and modify it to your needs, or bring together ideas from gathered images and a list of requirements. The YBH Design Team will help you through the process while considering site elements such as views, location, natural light direction and unique property features. Because mountain home designs are often site-specific, this feature sets YBH apart from other build companies.
Due to our unique panelized shell construction process, much of the building work is done ahead of schedule in our shop. The Douglas-fir timbers are kiln-dried, pre-cut, and pre-stained to allow for a faster build. Yankee Barn Homes uses our True Wall and True Roof™ Panel System, which is constructed at our production facility.
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Based on the YBH design Moose Ridge Lodge, the Snoqualmie plan creates more usable space. By placing the primary entrance on the lower level, Snoqualmie offers more living space and a two-car garage within its small footprint. In turn, this provides more room on the first level for a larger primary bedroom, walk-in closet, and accompanying bathroom. The first level has an open floor plan in the kitchen/dining/living area that includes an additional half-bath. The wrap-around covered porch adds extended living space via two sets of sliding glass doors.
The upper level has a loft area for play or relaxing with two more bedrooms and a second full bathroom.
The lower level provides added space for closets, ski equipment storage, laundry room, and private sauna.
To See More On This Amazing Home and Download Floor Plans: Snoqualmie Lodge
There is a wonderful back story with this home: Snoqualmie Lodge Owes Its Existence To Fate