Located at the terminus of an open pasture, this Georgian country house revolves around the traditional English Hall plan with rooms arranged to accommodate a contemporary lifestyle and special functions. A classically proportioned facade and complementary wings and outbuildings instill a sense of history. Twelve-foot-tall ceilings and hand-tooled mantels, doors and stair railing add a patina of age. Salvaged brick, reclaimed limestone, and heart pine further enhance the old-world character.
Best in American Living National Design Competition