The Ultimate North Carolina Retirement Home—Introducing a New Legacy Living Story from Riverbend Timber Framing

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Randy and Cathy wanted a home they could live in comfortably through their retirement years. With a desire for a home with open spaces, surrounded by nature, this couple’s Legacy Living story tells of their experience with Riverbend while making their dream timber frame home a reality.

Industry leader, Riverbend Timber Framing presents another Legacy Living story about a Michigan couple who traveled south to find the perfect location that inspired their timber frame retirement getaway.

Randy and Cathy were a couple looking for a retirement home that would incorporate their passion for golf, mountain biking and their overall love of the outdoors. Matching their secluded location overlooking the Cherokee National Forest in North Carolina, the couple’s Riverbend timber frame home provided the perfect combination of outdoor living space and an open floor plan to create their ideal retirement home.

Riverbend's Legacy Living stories were created to inspire and excite our clients to build their own dream homes. In fact, when you visit Riverbendtf.com, you can read more Legacy Living stories as well as browse our extensive timber home plans gallery to help us get you started towards your ideal living.

PFB America, a wholly owned subsidiary of PFB Corporation, is the parent company of Riverbend Timber Framing, PrecisionCraft Log and Timber Homes, and Insulspan SIPs.

Riverbend is a manufacturer of traditional timber frame homes. Using traditional timber frame designs and a highly energy efficient building system, Riverbend’s homes are built to last. With 30 years of design experience, Riverbend creates inspiring designs that match each client’s unique lifestyle, architectural preference and building location.
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