Andrew designed this grand country house for a hilltop site with views in all directions. The client wanted it to resemble a frontier-era log structure, but the very large size of the house would make this historically implausible. Andrew decided to design a small section of the house in traditional dovetailed-log construction, and the rest of the house in timber frame with lap siding. The imaginary history is that an original frontier cabin was expanded into a grand country inn in the Victorian period. The entire structure has an oil and pine tar finish which gives it a patina similar to the creosote used on rural structures long ago. Completed in 2007.