The High Horse Ranch is Comprised of Three Reclaimed Wood Structures

 - Jun 20, 2018
References: kierantimberlake & uncrate
Placed at the end of a winding, gravel road, the High Horse Ranch by Kieran Timberlake Architecture is a luxurious and serene retreat in the mountains of Northern California.

Made up of the main house and two large guest houses, the ranch sits on 64-acres or ravine-side property that is filled with wooded meadows, douglas fir trees and ancient oak trees. The main home is placed above the two small cabins, giving a modern and lifted look. Each piece of the home was made with a material palette of floor-to-ceiling glazing, cor-ten steel and tonnes of reclaimed wood.

With multiple bedrooms, bathrooms and outdoor spaces, the High Ranch House has plenty of space for all visitors to stay comfortably in the heart of nature.

Image Credit: Tim Griffith