2,250 S.F. Main Floor | 675 S.F. Second Floor | 220 S.F. Open Porch
This Farmhouse Series pre-designed, flexible two-story design of The Rio Grande maximizes living space while minimizing footprint and delivering a classic farmhouse style. Clerestory and large windows provide ample natural light into the space, for a large, open feel. This large, open living space allows for grand, open views from the interior.
21 foot walls with gabled dormers
6/12 main roof pitch raised above 3/12 lean-to porches
Exposed timber roof rafters and exposed floor joists in interior and porches
1x6 tongue and groove ceilings interior and exterior
SIP roof structure
Available Standard Options
Multiple Plan Layouts
20x42 frame is ideal for 2 to 4 bedrooms with 2 to 4 bathroom plan layouts in 1 or 2 stories
Custom configurations and floorplans possible with potential for expansion
Single or double lean-to porches from 6' to 12’ deep
Unbroken roof transition or raised main roof with break
Lean-to porches can be enclosed for more interior square footage
Modular porch can run all or part way down the structure
Included timber floor joists for loft support can be removed for single story designs
Multiple wall heights - single story, story and a half, or full two story designs
Shed style or gabled roof dormers, or bump-out gable above porches
Rough-sawn exterior board and batten siding
Roof insulation package with pine T&G interior ceiling
2” x 6” vertically framed wall package – 16” O.C.
½” wall sheathing and house wrap
Interior finish, int. wall framing, drywall, paint, etc.
Residential doors and windows
Wall insulation (ready for spray foam or batt)
HVAC, plumbing, and electrical
Roofing materials (shingles, metal, etc.)
Site preparation, foundation, utility hookups
Typically, a Texas Timber Frames Farmhouse Series home can be finished for between $175-$275 per square foot (including our package cost). Your build location and choice of finishes will vary this number widely. This estimated cost per square foot does not include land or land improvements such as septic, well, excavation, lot clearing, and driveway/landscaping, etc. Also, if you decide to add a garage, walkout (daylight basement) level, extra porches, and additional features such as natural stone fireplaces, extra patio doors, etc., this will most likely increase the square footage cost beyond this estimated range.