Situated between a trout filled stream and a golf course fairway, this home enjoys close proximity to the amenities of The Greenbrier Sporting Club in West Virginia. The rustic materials and forms are meant to evoke the Appalachian mood; a metaphorical homestead grown from a historical core, enlarged and embellished over time. Completed in the fall of 2006, the home utilizes hand-hewn timbers and recycled flooring from the previous century. Hand-forged balusters at the loft railing simulate the branches of the Sycamore trees found on site. Native stone used on the fireplace diagrams the bend of the stream outside.