Hiwassee Hunting Lodge
Situated on a pristine parcel of land close to the Hiwassee River, this gracious farmhouse serves as a getaway and hunting lodge. Traditional exterior elements such as deep covered porches, double gables, and dormer windows help it fit into the locale, and details like farmhouse sinks and extensive shiplap siding make it warm and welcoming inside. To preserve the magnificent 150-year old oak that dominates the site, we created a tree protection plan, ensuring its survival for several more generations.
Size: 3,600 square feet
Scope: New construction of a family hunting lodge to fit in the local vernacular and landscape.
Location: Meigs County
Architect: JCC Design Studio
Special Challenges: Protecting a 150-year-old oak tree
Skilled Techniques: Selecting, prepping, and seamlessly installing interior ship-lap siding throughout the main living space.
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