- 1,238 Square Feet – Living Space
- 1,636 Square Feet – Total
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2.5 Baths
The Bozeman timber frame kit home is a beautifully crafted home with a spacious two-story layout.
You’ll enjoy 3,000 square feet of living space, 900 square feet of garage and shop space, 3 to 4 bedrooms depending on your needs, and three full bathrooms.
The large windows and high vaulted ceilings allow for an open floor plan that flows seamlessly into the kitchen, dining room, and three bedrooms, maximizing the beauty of this home all year round.
The cost to build our TruFit Kit Homes depends on a variety of different factors. Get in touch with an ITF project manager to better understand how your site location, architectural design, choice of finish, and local labor rates will impact the cost to build in your area. Call Now (888)731-4299
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Integrity Timber Frame LLC is not responsible for any additional expenses incurred by the Customer to meet the local code & construction requirements.