This three-story 19th century farmhouse holds a secret - a spacious timber frame addition which was completed in 1998.  With its exposed wooden beams, open rooms, and soaring ceilings,  this addition hosts a place to entertain the whole family & their friends.  This home was featured in the Spring 2000 issue of Timber Frame Homes Magazine and also in a newly released book entitled Timberframe Interiors by Dick Pirozzolo & Linda Corzine. Architect: Jan Donelson


Exterior of Farmhouse
Farmhouse Exterior

Oak Timber Frame Family Room Addition

New kitchen.
New Kitchen Addition


Looking back into the original structure.
View from Fireplace

Front View of Existing Log Home November 2002 - Blairsville, Georgia

These homeowners are adding a log entertainment/family room addition that will be connected by a breezeway to the original 2-story log home built several years ago.  This will feature a cathedral ceiling with 2 timber trusses spanning from front-to-back.  There will be a conventional offset on the front that will be stone veneer with fixed glass panels.

To visit this site, contact John Ricketson at 877/662-6135.

Rear view of home.
Rear of Home
Rear view of home showing foundation.
Rear w/foundation
Side view showing foundation.
Side View

June 2004 - Jackson, Georgia

This modified Blue Ridge 1821a model
located in Jackson is getting a 3-sided 
addition to add a master bedroom suite, 
an office, and a family room.  Click on photo to 
see construction progress.


John Ricketson
Project Manager
120 Carriage Drive, Macon, GA  31210
(877) 662-6135 Toll Free
(478) 474-9370 or FAX (478) 477-6535


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