Kirk and Amy Zambetti were looking for a vacation home in the Hill Country near Art, Texas.
“The big idea was to find a piece of Texas countryside that we could enjoy as a family,” Amy says, “a happy place to create memories.” They wanted to get away from the city, enjoy campfires, and for Kirk to hunt with his sons. They wanted a house they could move right into, but a custom-built home could take two years.
Kirk and Amy enjoyed working with lifestyle structure adviser Brian Winkle at Ulrich Cabins to customize a 32×56 vacation home cabin exactly to their wishes. Though the process had seemed overwhelming for Amy, with Brian’s design experience, “it came together seamlessly.”
“Ulrich Cabins is very responsive to the customer,” Amy says. They chose a white board and batten exterior. They planned a large open kitchen and living area for gatherings of family and friends, with an extra big kitchen island. They changed a walk-in closet to a home office for Kirk. Extra windows open to the Hill Country views.
The Zambettis were thrilled when their vacation home was completed and ready to move in only eight weeks, three weeks early. The Ulrich Cabins delivery team set the house down precisely, ensuring the windows perfectly framed the views, adding porches front and back.
“It’s built like a tank,” Kirk says, satisfied their cabin will withstand the elements for years to come, providing a beautiful, comfortable space for their family to make memories together.