Resting on a pastoral landscape with sweeping views, this charming farmhouse looks as though it could be part of a famous painting. Built in 1810, this picturesque home has stood for hundreds of years, but it needed a full rebuild from the inside-out to address the aging structure and to prepare it for its new residents.

ACS renovated the house to meet codes and the needs of a busy, modern family, while also respecting the home’s historical significance. Over the course of the project, our team carefully retained the original footprint and architectural details, such as early stonework, outside privacy walls, and intricate moldings while managing major upgrades which included replacing every floor plate in the house, installing new windows, and putting on a new roof of heavy cedar shakes with copper flashings. The interior of the home boasts custom millwork and stonework that intentionally respects the home’s story while bridging it to present day with timeless and distinct design choices. These before and after photos give a sense of this tremendous transformation.


NewStudio Architecture
4,230 Square Feet