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That's right - if you are in Pie Town, as you undoubtedly will be if you are planning on building, ask around. Our reputation is our most valuable asset, and we are confident of it. Ask at the This link opens in a new windowGood Pie Cafe, the This link opens in a new windowPie-O-Neer, the Post Office, the This link opens in a new windowTop of the World General Store, anywhere the locals gather — it's a very small town.

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Wildwood Container Project

Spectacular view of the San Agustin Plains.

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Photos of a structure made using conex containers in Catron County, New Mexico


The Barndominium

This custom workshop and 1,200 square foot living space has it all!

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Photos of a workshop and custom living space in Catron County, New Mexico


Spring Canyon Ranch Subdivision, Quemado, NM.

This custom log home, The Queen Creek, has three bedrooms and two baths with 1,536 square feet of liveable space and a 400 square-foot attached garage. It features "true" log siding, R-27 SIP walls, custom solid wood kitchen and bathroom cabinets, stained concrete floors, and vaulted pine ceilings. This home features log siding over Structural Insulated Panels — the result is the look of a log cabin with all of the benefits of SIP construction!

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Photos of a structural insulated panel home with log siding in the Spring Canyon Ranch Subdivision in Catron County, New Mexico


Top of the World Subdivision,
three miles west of Pie Town, NM.

This 2,670 square-foot home features R-41 SIPs, a standing seam Mueller metal roof, custom JELD-WEN® windows and doors, radiant floor heating, and custom wood trim and cabinets. The owners designed the home themselves and provided computer-generated plans to us. The design incorporates passive solar features, even though it is completely on the grid, and was planned to This link opens in a new windowhelp the house survive a wildfire. The owners love the beautiful woodwork, the stained concrete floors, and the fact that the home is so easy to heat and cool.

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Photos of a structural insulated panel home in Catron County, New Mexico


Cotton's Corner

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Photos of a log cabin in Catron County, New Mexico


Carroll Residence, Pie Town, NM

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Photos of a log home in Pie Town, New Mexico




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