Timber-Frame Home in Ellicottville, N.Y.

Perched on more than 100 hilltop acres, this timber-frame home looks like it could have been transplanted from the mountains of Montana.

Photo By: ERA Team VP Real Estate

Photo By: ERA Team VP Real Estate

Photo By: ERA Team VP Real Estate

Photo By: ERA Team VP Real Estate

Photo By: ERA Team VP Real Estate

Photo By: ERA Team VP Real Estate

Photo By: ERA Team VP Real Estate

Photo By: ERA Team VP Real Estate

Photo By: ERA Team VP Real Estate

Photo By: ERA Team VP Real Estate

Entrance

Dry stacked stone enhances the home’s columns and front façade. Solid cedar shake shingles and siding were used for the dormers and main walls.

Great Room

A generous foyer leads into the great room. Gently white-washed timbers contrast perfectly with the reclaimed wood floors and ceiling in the two-story space, while a stack-stone fireplace serves as an impressive focal point.

Kitchen

The kitchen offers multiple work zones, copper-kissed tile, distressed black cabinetry, concrete counters, a Wolf range with a pot filler, stainless steel appliances and a pantry.

Dining Room

On either side of the two-story fireplace, the living and dining areas have been painstakingly appointed with leather and cowhide furnishings, reclaimed wood and electronics for living and entertaining.

Fly Bench

Fly fishers will appreciate the fly tying bench on the second level of the home.

Bar

The wet bar in the family room was built by the owner with reclaimed wood and custom-finished corrugated steel.

Loft

The second level of the home features earth-toned bedroom suites on either side of a comfortable seating loft, perfect for curling up with a good book or sneaking in an afternoon nap.

Master Bathroom

The master suite encompasses a private wing on the east side of the house. A color therapy soaking tub, built into a timber-frame bump-out, offers a sanctuary that overlooks the woods behind the home. The double vanities have been topped with concrete, and a walk-in shower has been finished with a river stone tile surface.

Deck

The wraparound deck overlooks more than 100 acres of open and wooded land with a three-quarter-acre pond.

Back Exterior

A great amount of time and attention to detail went into the home’s timber-frame construction. The arched shape of the windows is mirrored in the exterior timbers and the shape of the deck. Cedar was used in all of the exterior frame construction.