The Binford Home is a new residence on Lake Herrington in central Kentucky. Using the steep grade from the road to the lake as an asset, the house is clad in limestone from the excavation, creating a stone facade that disguises what lies behind. The house is sliced through with a timber frame portico which transitions to a vaulted great room. The timbers were salvaged from the owner's homestead farm in Indiana, while the cedar post were from the site. The longitudinal orientation of the structure ensured the least amount of site disturbance.