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February 2009
Timber Home Living;Feb2009, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p72
The article features the home of Jeff and Linda Lennox in Vermont whose design captures the essential virtues of a timber home without being ostentatious. The Lennoxes worked out the details of their plan with Davis Frame Co. in Claremont, New Hampshire.The home's fine woorworking was in turn provided Northland Builders in Peru, Vermont. The house's great room has a walk-around fireplace, eaves more than 16 feet high, 10-by-12-inch Douglas fir beams with chambered edges and a wall of windows taking in the south-facing view.


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