This is a Timber Framed home, well crafted and time-tested method of building structures, much like those in Europe and Japan. Article in the Sierra Star (Local mountain newspaper) in 1998 stated . .. exact precision is imperative in the wood-to-wood joinery (Doug Fir). Like a gigantic puzzle, each timber beam is cut to precisely interlock with the adjoining beam. Rather than nails, timber-framers use pegs, wedges and dove-tails to join these large-size beams. Unique in style and very functional. This 2,764 square foot home, on 2.96 acres has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, with master bedroom on main floor. High ceilings with wood beam accents. Kitchen has island with propane drop-in stovetop, built-in appliances including refrigerator. Formal dining room, large upstairs loft area for crafting, office area. Woodcase windows, skylights, tandem garage, with work shop. Separate detached garage, with attached potential guest house setup, lots of storage. Tankless water heater. Master bath has jetted tub, large shower, double sinks, walk-in closet. Views, and newer wood deck. Fenced garden area, circular driveway. 35 minutes to Yosemite.