Topsider Homes’ Luxury Timber Frame Lake House Plan Ideas

Luxury is not defined by size. Topsider has many luxurious small house plans as well as large luxury home design ideas perfect for lake houses or any coastal location. Topsider’s Post & Beam timber frame homes are only limited in design and luxury by our clients’ imaginations. Each house we build is created around clients’ needs and carefully engineered to meet the demands of their building sites and local building codes.

Spectacular luxury timber frame lake house in Michigan

This luxury timber frame lake house was built on a small island in Michigan overlooking the Canadian border. It’s an excellent example of Topsiders Homes’ custom house plan design flexibility.

Luxurious open-style floor plan lake house with panoramic views

The main living space has an open-style floor plan and breath-taking panoramic views. Topsider Homes’ unique Post & Beam timber frame building system makes spectacular lake houses like this possible.

Pedestal lake house built in North Carolina

Built on a very steep lot in North Carolina, this unique Topsider Homes’ pedestal lake house design features abundant decking for outdoor living and great views of the lake and surrounding area.


Once designed each Topsider timber frame house is carefully prefabricated to the highest quality standards in our modern facilities in Clemmons, North Carolina, for shipments to building sites worldwide where local builders easily and efficiently assemble and finish them.

With beautiful exposed beam and vaulted ceilings throughout and floor-to-ceiling panoramic window views, Topsider’s unique Post & Beam building system allows its timber frame homes great versatility to exploit the beauty of the natural environment whether a lakeside or coastal location.

Topsider offers hundreds of online house plan ideas, including lake house plans, hurricane house plans and small and large luxury home plans ideal for any setting, environment or budget.

Since 1968 Topsider lake houses and coastal homes have been built extensively throughout the U.S., from Michigan and Minnesota to California and Florida.