• A Greek Revival in Vermont
    When this early 1800s farmhouse was passed to the current generation of owners, it had not been touched since 1953 (see “before” photo on next page). As a result, it needed many improvements to bring it to a modern standard of comfort and utility.
  • A Greek Revival in Vermont - Before Renovation
    A new wing was added, containing a family/sun room on the terrace level with a new master bedroom and bath above. The rest of the house was stripped to the chestnut frame and completely restored.
  • A Greek Revival in Vermont
    The new kitchen is open to the family room and mountain views beyond. An inviting wood counter top was used on the island with a knee well for stools below: this also serves to divide the living and cooking areas. The “family-friendly” area is made complete with a mud entry and lavatory off to the right.
  • A Greek Revival in Vermont
    The “family-friendly” area is made complete with a mud entry and lavatory off to the right.
  • A Greek Revival in Vermont
    Italian granite was used on the sink counters.
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