See our work in Timber Home Living – August 2015 – Southern Comfort model

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See our work in Timber Home Living – August 2015 – Southern Comfort model

timber home living custom timber log homes-1The Bradshaw home (Southern Comfort Hybrid Home) has been featured in the August edition of Timber Home Living!

Grab the August 2015 ipad edition of the magazine to see the article, or take a look below for more information. Also available on Timber Home Living for Nook.

We had a great time working with Jack and Becky to design, supply and build their home.  Take a quick peak to see how their home turned out.  We couldn’t be happier for them and wish their entire family many years of new family memories.

 

A quick preview of the article follows below: (From Timber Home Living)

For Twenty Years, the Bradshaws spent their summers carefree in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, fishing, hiking and exploring the local sites. So, when grandchildren started filling out Jack and Wendy’s family tree a few years ago, they decided it was time to lay down more permanent roots.

They bought a rental cabin in 2009, but it wasn’t long before they outgrew the small space. “With five grandchildren, it’s a lot of people, a lot of noise and a lot of fun,” Wendy says. “We needed a bigger place where we could all be together and still be comfortable.”

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About the Author:

Chris Sparks is an architectural designer specializing in residential log and timber homes. Practically growing up on job sites, he has been around construction and on sites since the age of seven (shhh! don’t tell OSHA, it was okay back then). After graduating from the University of Tennessee, he began putting his construction knowledge and love of computers to use in the field of computer aided design. Chris specializes in ArchiCAD.

Chris lives in the Knoxville, TN area with his wife and two children.

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