With the help of the architectural firm Brown, Beck & Ross, a family home for the director was created in the late 1970’s. The frame house, built into the side of a hill, allowed for a walk-out basement which became the first Crieff Hills office. Wavy cedar siding was used to cover the outside of the house in order to fit into the rural setting. In 1997 it was outfitted with new furniture and came into use as a retreat house.
On your way in the driveway you will see what looks like a large, two-car garage. This is now the home of the current water system that was installed in 2010. With daily water testing, it serves the whole property with a variable speed pumping system and safe water treatment processes.