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Bon Ton ResidenceTraditional Exterior

Karl Neumann Photography

Example of a classic wood exterior home design in Other —  Houzz
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Greg Clinton wrote:May 4, 2015
  • Greg Clinton

    I learned on good authority that the shingles are malarkey charcoal shingles.

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    Xushui Yijun Stone Factory

    It can be natural stone roofing, black slate products. Like this....

pine1tree wrote:Nov 20, 2013
dalaka wrote:Feb 8, 2016
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    Locati Architects

    We did not photograph the second floor, following is an article written about the Bon Ton that
    may be helpful to you.
    http://bigskyjournal.com/Article/classic-meets-contemporary. Unfortunately, we do not share or
    publish our floor plans as all of our homes are custom designed and built,
    consequently the plans are copyrighted only for the owners use. Our architects
    may reference a particular design for a home, but all our work is a
    collaborative effort between architect and client.

Jocklene Zweifel wrote:Jan 18, 2016
    lami0633 wrote:Mar 23, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Embracing Old and New in a Montana BungalowJan 8, 2014

      “My clients are big gardeners and were used to Seattle’s gardening-friendly climate,” Denee says. “Gardening in Montana is more like combat gardening; it’s really tough, and the beauty of their yard is a real tribute to their hard work and the work done by Mayville Landscaping.” They used many plants that are native to Montana and can survive its climate. You cannot make it out in these photos, but the patio also has a brass plate with a pipe that leads to a wine-making room in the basement. A grape-stomping bucket goes on top of it so that the owners can stomp out here. “I have had their wine, and it is fantastic; they get really good grapes!” Dennee says. They make the wine to enjoy themselves and give to friends.

      Laura Gaskill added this to What's the Deal With Radon?Dec 12, 2013

      Can you reduce elevated radon levels in your home? Yes! Even extremely high levels of radon can be reduced to a normal range. Hire a qualified contractor or certified radon contractor to do the work. As with any home improvement job, ask around for recommendations, check references and ask for price estimates before deciding on a pro. You can find radon removal pros on Houzz and through your state radon office.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Deborah Nystrom added this to House DesignsMay 28, 2019

      Beautiful back porch Bon Ton Residence (2 of 12) Traditional Exterior

      Sallie Siepmann added this to WHAT PJ LIKESOct 7, 2018

      Can we do this instead of gallery? Maybe screen it in?

      Jerilee Godfrey added this to Jerilee's ideasOct 6, 2018

      Exterior siding trim and windows

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