New Homes in Period Styles // New Antiques
Historic Reconstruction of Antique Farm Home
We call this the Walker Hill House for its new location., The main part of the house was salvaged in Eastern Connecticut and was originally built ca 1790; the little house or kitchen ell was salvaged in Northeastern Massachusetts (ca 1740); and the barn, from the Hoosick Valley of New York (ca 1840). These dates follow the typical progression of building up of a complete set of buildings for a colonial farmer and are finished inside with historically correct and dated materials. These additional antique materials were purchased from various architectural salvage dealers in New England. Boards originally used as wall partitions with beautiful antique patina were used for the same purpose. Behind its true antique detail are all the particulars of a modern home.
New Home in a Victorian Style
This New Folk-Victorian style home was designed to fit right in and built on a street of original Victorian homes of similar style. The floor plan, in part dictated by the form of the house, is very much of the Victorian period, but of course the kitchen and bathrooms are furnished with up to date appliances. Behind the Victorian style this is a fully modern home.
Southern Colonial Home
This home was designed for a Southern Lady who wanted some of the Old South for her home in Massachusetts.
The early morning sunshine just lights up this beautiful Arts & Crafts style home.
This new home designed in the tradition of the Arts & Crafts movement was built in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Northern California. With four bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, Great Room, play room, two offices, master suite, 3 car garage, and lots of storage space, it is truly a magnificent family home.