Potting Shed: This sunny potting shed features bluestone floors, walls sheathed in white pine and Shaker pegs for gardening tools.
Guest House Drive: The undulating Guest House drive winds past fenced paddocks and through a stand of Norway Spruces.
Guest House: The Guest House, once a small stable, features a copper hooded entry.
Guest House Living Area: The rustic Guest House Living Room, designed for comfort, features a colorful geometric hooked rug.
Guest House Bedroom: A 19th century Pennsylvania Amish quilt provides a distinctive backdrop for this guest bedroom.
Post & Beam Detail
Construction of Post & Beam Barn
Barn: The lean-to of this new barn features a standing seam copper roof.
Barn Interior: The barn is constructed of salvaged antique timbers, sheathing and floor planks. Robert Benson PhotographyThe lean-to of this new barn features a standing seam copper roof.
Generator Shed: This shed, designed to conceal a large generator, is constructed of weathered antique siding. The slats on the right elevation provide ventilation for the equipment.
Chicken Coop: A handsome home for the family's chickens repeats the New England vernacular style.
Chicken Coop Detail: The chickens enjoy the afternoon on their screened porch.
Stable: The addition of a central cupola and a wood roof distinguish the large stable.
Stable Interior: The cupola is placed at the center of the stable, where the two paths of circulation intersect.
Stable Cupola Interior: The walls and ceiling of the cupola interior are sheathed in pine.
Pond View: This new pond provides a scenic destination for the farm.