Classic farmhouse proportions with wraparound front porch and rock chimney, this red-metal roof home has a modern open floorplan on an exquisite site.
Conceived as a cottage with the integrity of old English structures, this Timberpeg hybrid home employs the "not so big" philosophy, yet has all the luxuries and amenities of a top notch custom home.
Sitting atop a mountain, this timber frame vacation retreat offers rustic yet classic shingle-sided splendor with outstanding mountain views. A favorite of Timberpeg, this house has won several awards.
Looking to buy an historic farmhouse, the owners found 200 acres of rolling Piedmont countryside and fell in love with the idea of building their own house, just they way they wanted it. Their program specified three structures.
Deep in the woods within a clearing to majestic mountain views, this Asian inspired low-slung contemporary Timberpeg home has a breathtakingly beautiful Douglas fir frame.
The owner’s first requirement was that the home include a crow’s nest, with views to all four sides, just like her beach house at Duck, NC. As a part of the program, the exterior mixes rustic and contemporary elements including a beautiful timber frame entry porch with tapered stone columns.
Built on a wide open pasture near a main road, Smith & Robertson gently sculpted the hillside to tuck the house for maximum views and privacy. With careful attention to siting, massing and landscaping, the home affords good privacy in the country.
On estate acreage near Montpelier, this home was inspired by a Southern Living farmhouse vernacular design brought to the architect by the owner. With South Carolina architect, Wayne Crocker, and a Texas client, Virginia based Smith & Robertson was pre-selected as the builder.
This collaboration with Timberpeg and the owners resulted in an enchanting country home with covered front and side porches, as well as an irresistible screened porch with fireplace off the eat-in kitchen.
Close to Graves Mountain Lodge in beautiful Madison County, this retreat has views to Old Rag as well as Graves Mountain. A Timberpeg hybrid, this custom home was designed with the owners' program in mind.
Full Circle Farm
This family has returned to Virginia after many years away, so we wanted to bring in the elegant country farmhouse house design. But we incorporated certain elements reminiscent of Pennsylvania, where they lived for many years.
Beautiful country home in the Somerset area of Orange County Virginia. Meticulously designed by Lee Zorn in collaboration with the owner and Smith & Robertson, this beautiful Timberpeg home is photographed by Philip Beauline.
The first home in Central Virginia certified as a Silver Level Green Home in conformance with the National Green Building Standard ™. Craftsman vernacular with a modern flair. Well thought out details.
Clean lines, large windows and wood beams were important to this family. This Silver Level green certified home makes great use of the generous rooms, without being an overly large home.
Built as a family's mountain vacation home, priority was given to plenty of bedrooms and baths as well as a recreation room, without being oversized and inefficient. In addition to 5 bedrooms
The clients wanted a more formal European appearance, achieved with the curving roof, coins above the windows in the stucco and segmented arched openings. Inside, the segmented arched openings move you from entry to dining to family to living rooms.
Small Modern Farmhouse
Looking for a spacious elegant feel in a smaller footprint? This client wanted nice details but didn't want such a big house. We chose a classic Virginia farmhouse design.
Craftsman inspired one-level living. Situated on a wooded site in northern Albemarle County this attractive home features a high ceilinged greatroom with decorative box beams. An open floor plan allows views through the archway to the kitchen and breakfast room.
Sugar Hollow Point
Smith & Robertson built the Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm in 1994 and stayed good friends with owners. They loved the design/build process so much they wanted to build a second home. A Timberpeg this time.
Perched on a steep hillside and backing up to Loft Mountain in northwest Albemarle County, this post & beam home blends rustic and contemporary elements to create an artistic expression of the owners’ personalities.
With a Southern Living plan as a starting point, this Texas family created a classically elegant home amidst towering oaks in a conservation community near the city of Charlottesville.
Enchanting cottage in the woods offers the owners a cozy mountain retreat, complete with private spaces for reading, and a gorgeously efficient kitchen.
On a steep parcel in the historic district of downtown Charlottesville, this modern gem is set with a bridge to the sidewalk. Extreme privacy behind traditional brick and glass, designed by a University of Virginia architecture professor as his personal residence.
On a dramatic site near Staunton, Virginia, this modern classic farmhouse design has a standing seam metal roof painted silver.
Shady Lawn Remodel
It was important to the owners to maintain the historic character of this 18th century home on a compound west of Charlottesville, albeit with additions and renovations of varying degrees over the years.
Ever thought about rehabilitating | remodeling | adding to a mid-century brick rancher? If it's on a gorgeous piece of land, and been in the family for generations, it is a worthwhile and and satisfying project.
Working with architect Bob Paxton, AIA of Dalgliesh Gilpin Paxton Architects, this lavish renovation in the beautiful Keswick estate country was done a while back, but has some beautiful photographs by Philip Beaurline, so we're excited to include it here.