100-Acre Wood, Stowe, Vermont

Our client desired a home with both a classic plan and details, and a strong connection to the outdoors. This was accomplished through the classic Vermont farmhouse vernacular and the numerous French doors, porches and patios. The 1960’s gambrel roofed home that existed on their exquisite pastoral site was dismantled due to water and structural issues. The foundation was kept intact and expanded to accommodate the new home, which was sited to maximize views to the pond and lower meadow. The gambrel roof designed was incorporated into the new house in order to maximize the second floor space.

HGTV featured this house: introduction, made for entertaining, bed and bath design

General Contractor: Patterson & Smith Construction, Moscow, Vermont

Photography © Carolyn L. Bates

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