Our Homestead Timber Frames Philosophy…
At Homestead Timber Frames, we design homes and pavilions based on the principles of Gustav Stickley. He believed that the home and all its elements should be designed to be natural and simple.
We strive to plan homes that integrate responsible design and sensible living spaces – using renewable, natural wood. We plan your home to take advantage of the views. In addition, we pay attention to winter winds and solar orientation. The end result is a comfortable, pleasing living environment that lasts for generations to come, while giving you that unmatched heirloom quality you have been seeking.
We handpick every timber to ensure the highest possible quality for our frames, and your frame is no different. By incorporating the elegance of traditional timber framing with modern building practices, we are able to create unique and fascinating homes that will stand the test of time.
Begin your journey today with a visit to our shop. Meet with our experienced team of Tennessee craftsmen who value and enjoy their work each day. Come and bring us the ideas that inspire you and let’s timber frame something beautiful together!
Our Homestead Timber Frames Location…
21 Duer Court
Crossville, TN 38555
Monday-Thursday: 8 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday: 8 AM – 4 PM
Closed on Weekends & Major Holidays
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Some Of Our Current Projects…
Door County Wisconsin Historical Society chose Homestead Timber Frames in 2021 to aid in the preservation and restoration of a 1901 Teweles and Brandeis Grain Elevator, now known as the Door County Granary. This project is currently being completed in our shop.
Homestead Timber Frames was chosen by owner Mike Freeman to participate in the expansion of his one of kind medieval castle, Castle Gwynn, which is located in Arrington, TN. It is home to the Tennessee Renaissance Festival held every year around May.
WARNER PARKS OF NASHVILLE
Homestead Timber Frames will be building four pavilions for the Friends of Warner Parks in two phases in 2022-2023, in conjunction with a park land and river restoration project that will help restore riverbank integrity in the Edwin Warner Park area.