As soon as the land was re-approved for construction, the couple forged ahead, putting the memory of the fire behind them. The only change they made was to incorporate a crawlspace instead of a slab. The rest of the plan, designed by CTA Architects Engineers of Bozeman, remained exactly the same, featuring two separate wings
It’s easy to see why guests feel so relaxed when they visit the Templetons’ home rolling grassland, gentle sloping mountains and the beauty of the area’s Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness region greet visitors as they approach the serene 40-acre site just outside Red Lodge, Montana. connected by an open great room-meets-kitchen area in the center.
We wanted to have one wing for us, and a private wing for guests, says Pamela. Our priority was an open, welcoming, cozy feel, and a floor plan where everyone has their own space.
The Templetons were thrilled to be able to use the same construction company that they used the first time around, Yellowstone Traditions of Bozeman. The company specializes in traditional craftsmanship and outside the-box applications of reclaimed wood and recycled materials.