Talus Rock Bed&Breakfast was featured on MTV’s ‘Teen Cribs’ show. The B&B is owned by Heather and Bruce Pedersen. Heather did a truly remarkable job of the interior decorating. The house sits on 20 acres, with a swimming pond and a horse corral. The tower room has a carved stone hearth shipped from India. The conference room in the lower level makes it a good place for small corporate retreats. The home was featured in Sandpoint Magazine in 2008.
It was also featured as a 15 minute segment on MTV’s ‘Teen Cribs.”
The Larch Street Strawbale Development was featured in Sandpoint Magazine’s latest issue, Winter 2013. It is a community-building project by Village Home Foundation, and consists of two single family homes and four smaller units, all grouped around a park-like central courtyard. The effectiveness of strawbale/cob construction as a sound barrier has been paired with triple-glazed windows to provide a quiet yet dense, sustainable development in the heart of Sandpoint. Site design was considered as carefully as interior layouts, so as to provide functional outdoor spaces for residents, with various degrees of privacy. The common courtyard is meant to function much as a coffee shop patio might, a pleasant place to sit and read, and talk with neighbors.
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