18th Century (1786) Home Addition

Wanting to keep with the style of their 18th century bank house, clients included as many 18th century elements to their 21st century addition. Key elements include custom milled wide plank floors, hand honed barn beams, fireplace using local stone and soap stone counter tops

Modern 18th Century Addition

The homeowners built a 2500 square foot addition to their 18th century bank house. The two-story family room opens onto the new kitchen and features a custom hardwood floors made from reclaimed barn beams, a stone fireplace that continues into the master suite using Pennsylvania field stone, and beams to accent and delineate the two rooms
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Modern 18th Century Addition

Going for a French Country look, the kitchen was relocated from the 18th side of the home to the addition allowing for modern updates and conveniences.
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Modern 18th Century Addition

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Modern 18th Century Addition

Continuing from the first level, there is a stone fireplace in the master bedroom suite. However unlike the fireplace in the family room , the homeowners opted for a gas insert. The master bedroom features a generous sitting area and great view. The suite has his and her closets, and nice sized master bathroom.
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Modern 18th Century Addition

The homeowners wanted to retain as much of the charm in the original house as possible. Little was done to the space aside from painting, power washing and re- pointing the original fireplace, replacing two of the hand hewed ceiling beams.
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Modern 18th Century Addition

The homeowners wanted the master bath to feel like a spa. Rich warm brown tones and Benjamin Moore's Wyeth Blue provided the desired effect.
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