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The Landing House

This Montana home evolved from two Perfect Little House Company stock plans. The plans were modified by BC&J Architecture for a traditional neighborhood development (TND) on Flathead Lake. Home and garage are linked through a glazed connection which frames views of the landscape and lake beyond. A Galvalum metal roof, white-painted board-and-batten gable ends, horizontal siding, and columns juxtaposed with wood decks and concrete retaining walls together create a modern farmhouse appeal. Exterior soffits and window sashes painted in a contrasting color add visual interest.

Photographer

Gibeon Photography