The positioning of the home was critical due to its environs - with clear views of the distant mountain range known as the "Crazies," the landscape was reminiscent of the unexploited American West of a century ago. While the views provided a sweeping backdrop - there were more problematic natural elements to be taken into consideration as well. Namely, the river running through the land, which is capable of flooding its banks substantially during the late spring melt off in the mountains.
The house presents two distinct and separate facades on arrival, revealing itself after the visitor enters as two interlocking objects…want to know more? Flip through the slideshow below for more fun facts, information and specs on the Big Timer residence.