This sunny potting shed features bluestone floors, walls sheathed in white pine and Shaker pegs for gardening tools.
The undulating Guest House drive winds past fenced paddocks and through a stand of Norway Spruces.
The Guest House, once a small stable, features a copper hooded entry.
The rustic Guest House Living Room, designed for comfort, features a colorful geometric hooked rug.
A 19th century Pennsylvania Amish quilt provides a distinctive backdrop for this guest bedroom.
This new barn is constructed of reclaimed antique timbers.
This in-progress view shows the reclaimed antique post & beam frame of this new barn.
The lean-to of this new barn features a standing seam copper roof.
This new barn is constructed of salvaged antique timbers, sheathing and floor planks.
This shed, designed to conceal a large generator, is constructed of weathered antique siding.
A handsome home for the family's chickens reflects the New England vernacular style of the adjacent barns.
The chickens enjoy the afternoon on their screened porch.
The addition of a central cupola and a wood roof distinguish the large stable.
The new cupola is placed at the center of the stable, where the two paths of circulation intersect.
The walls and ceiling of the cupola interior are sheathed in pine.
This new pond provides a scenic destination for the farm.