Night Pasture Farm

Chelsea, VT

Night Pasture Farm is in Chelsea, VT. Vermont Timber Works provided the timber frame for this home.

We worked closely with Bonin Architects & Associates, PLLC and the client on this project to get every single design detail just right. They had an amazing vision, and we’re proud to have done our part to make it happen!

With over 26 years of experience designing, engineering and building custom timber frames, we can assure our clients that our frames are the best in the industry.

If you like this timber frame home, or have timber work questions, we invite you to get in contact or ask an expert! Photos by John Whession

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Explore The Home - The Interior

The frame has unique structural and decorative touches including cherry wood keys and steel straps. In the center of the home, there is a great stone fireplace that douglas fir beams are fit into.


Canted Timber Posts

Incredible Dining Area with a Timber Walkway Over it

Timber Frame Kitchen Interior

Timber & Stone Masonry Connection

Douglas Fir Ceiling Beams

Wood Species & Finishes

Wood Beams With Cherry Keys & Steel Straps

Corner Column

Explore The Home - The Exterior

The exterior of the home features arched support timbers and canted posts. The home is located on a mountain looking out over a valley. Location is one important thing to think about when designing a timber frame. Building codes vary by location. The structure needs to be able to stand strong against wind and snow loads.

Beautiful V-Shaped Timber Column

Porch Timber Frame

V Shaped Timber Posts

Exterior of the Night Pasture Farm with beams with stone post bases on the porch in Chelsea, VT

Wrap Around Porch | Photo By John Whession

Exterior beams with stone post bases on the porch of the Night Pasture Farm in Chelsea, VT

Stone & Timber Post Base | Photo By John Whession

Curved Timber Braces

Timber Post Plates & Braces With Key Way

See The Process - Assembly & Raising

After a timber frame has been fabricated in our Vermont shop, our crew often travels to the job site to assemble and raise the frame. The same people who cut the frame do the assembly.

Doug Setting A Ceiling Beam

Crane Raising A Truss

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