Although professional, personal service is the core of our product, the houses themselves are the physical manifestation of what we create. This gallery contains examples of the variety of size and style in our 30 years of built history.
A personal favorite, this is Bungalow Style on steroids with lots of handcraft.
A large house on a beautiful site. The details create warmth and intimacy.
Located on a hilltop with a lake view, this house features awesome outdoor living space. Standing on concrete piers and with solar panels on southern roof planes, it was a different sort of building for us.
A French farmhouse with a Texas spin, this stone cottage was gratifying to build. Antique fir trusses and antique oak flooring make it timeless.
A multi-module homestead sensitively placed on a difficult site, this well-designed house has antique timber ceilings and multiple screened porches. A challenge to construct, but it occupies the site beautifully.
Built in 1992 using aromatic cedar for floors, doors and millwork, we set up shop and even built the furniture for this house, creating copies of antique pieces by hand.
Designed to be different, the longleaf pine floors, cedar doors and pecan cabinets bring a retro feel, and the barrel ceiling in the living room adds a crisp, modern touch.
A very stylish smaller home, the extensive woodwork in the public space let us do what we like to do.
A modern homage to a Greek Revival with grand formal spaces, this house tested our skills with traditional woodworking details.
This oenophile owner needed a way to protect, display and enjoy wine, and we were able to provide it. Climate controlled to the max, this one has back-up power and HVAC with quality millwork under a barrel ceiling.
This building site has 60” of drop with stair-step lakes. Built using sandstone and heavy timbers, the steel casement windows bring a period feel. This was a real challenge on every level.
A straightforward home with real Texas style, this one is timeless.
Serving an exotic game ranch, this hunting lodge was built to serve hunters with luxury and style. The great-room trusses were particularly satisfying to build.
Italian country style let us try something different. Cast-stone details and antique doors and beam work proved our woodworking chops.
With four contiguous living spaces identical in size but unique in design, we were able to try out different production techniques.
This was an existing house that got a total makeover. We even added a basement, a rarity in this part of Texas.
With a 1,500 square-foot basement under a full two stories, this home’s beautiful walnut floors and millwork with traditional stairs gave us great memories.
The spectacular great room in this house, with bookcases and a balcony on three sides, kept us interested and involved. And we built our first dumbwaiter.
With its livable and easy-to-maintain space, this home is a perfect weekender.
With just enough room for kids (or guests), this small house gave us a chance to do ship’s stairs. Sweet.
A classic raised southern cottage, this house is classically detailed in modern materials.
A small basement anchors this pier and beam house to its site next to a lily pond.