Sited in a picturesque open field, long admired by the surrounding community, this new farmhouse provides a sustainable home for recent empty nesters and their lovable golden retriever. While it is a high-performance home, designed for the energy efficiency demands of today, the overall aesthetic is inspired by New England vernacular architecture. The home and detached barn, blend effortlessly into the adjoining village, and now feel like an integral piece of this treasured property. Thanks to the hard work of the crew at Rousseau Builders the couple moved into the home in the fall of 2013.
It’s now fun to look back and compare some of the early design concepts with the photography of Rob Karosis.
Thank you to Krista Stokes for collaborating with us on the project and the interior design of the home.
Thank you to our clients for allowing us to disrupt your day for the photoshoot. We truly hope you enjoy your new home for many years to come.
To see larger format photos and additional information about the home, check out: Dash Landing Farmhouse.
During the design of the farmhouse, its construction, and after its completion, the homeowners kept a blog on the project. It includes some great information, from a homeowner’s perspective, on the process of designing and building a new home. The blog can be viewed here: A House In A Field.