FEATURE - October 2014 
By Sarah Stebbins | Photography by Irving Serrano | Styling Janice Dunwoody

A compound anchors a family on Oxford's Thompson Lake


Rustic Redefined

FEATURE - October 2014 
By Rebecca Falzano | Photography by Francois Gagne

A restored barn in Arrowsic gets a chic makeover for a London couple 

The 1850s barn sits on 20 acres of tidal marsh along the Back River in Arrowsic. The previous owners had the barn relocated here beam by beam from New Hampshire. The barn was renovated for homeowners Christian and Agatha Crane by Theodore and Theodore Architects, interior designer James Light, and builder David Bourne of Dave Bourne Building. Landscape architect Anthony Muench reworked the landscape to embrace the natural setting.

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The Rugged, Raw Beauty of Moosehead Lake

PORTRAIT OF PLACE - September 2014 
By Sophie Nelson | Photography by Nicole Wolf

At the edge of the North Woods, Greenville on Moosehead Lake is a Maine home for people who love peace, quiet, and outdoor adventure

The stunning view from the porch of Greenville's Blair Hill Inn and Restaurant

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Boldly Modern

FEATURE - September 2014 
By Debra Spark | Photography by Jeff Roberts 

A Massachusetts couple, two builders, and one architect create a home full of surprises

The shell of the house has vernacular elements along with contemporary features. A hidden element: an automated system from Seacoast Security of Freeport that allows the homeowners to control lights, thermostats, and security cameras remotely.

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Peace like a River

FEATURE - September 2014 
By Sarah Stebbins | Photography by Nicole Wolf

A York Harbor couple's serene home embraces guests and the surrounding landscape 

A lifeguard’s chair is the perfect grandchildren-watching perch.

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Rustic Update

FEATURE - September 2014 
By Debra Spark | Photography by Trent Bell | Styling by Janice Dunwoody

A log cabin that is as versatile as it is beautiful

The gable roof truss above the screened porch references the gable roof truss at the front entrance and the exposed trusses of the great room. The roof has a purlin structure, which means the beams run horizontally along the length of the roof, instead of up and down the roof, as rafters do. The tail ends of the purlins can be seen on the underside of the higher and lower roofs here.

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