The great use of design, texture, and color is a splendid example of Ennis Construction’s original design and build work.
Beautiful authentic stone walls tie into the homes stone retaining walls, steps, and patio. It seems this quietly “classy home” was meant for this property!
As was the New England custom, this Vermont Antique Reproduction home attaches to the barn. The barns frame is made of rough sawed hemlock, a tongue and groove ceiling, and two layers of siding. The first layer of siding being made of pine and the second of jet work cedar.
The house and extension are cedar sided. The colored front door balances the whole of the structure and makes a pleasingly shaker style home. The shaker concept is used throughout the interior of the home as well.
The molding, the wooden ceiling, the reclaimed wooden island, the granite counter top and custom cupboards all tie together to put forth a breath taking kitchen. Off of the kitchen is the main room of the home. Here we see the use of wood as shelving, as a mantle on a stunning stone fireplace, as a unique barn style door,and as beams across the ceiling. This room also offers an outstanding wall of windows providing a far reaching view of the property.
Each room ties in with and flows to the next. To the right you find french doors leading to a smaller living room with a full boarded wall. To the left we see that shaker simplicity in the stairs and railing.
From front to back “Quiet Class”